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The Foods, Agri-Aqua Business Sector Committee (FAABS) of EuroCham and IPSOS are pleased to organize an information-sharing session on the topic regarding Food industry and swine farming in Vietnam. You're invited to the meeting with details as below: 


FAABS Breakfast talk – Future of Foods and Swine farming in Vietnam



AGENDA:

  • Networking - Welcome & Introduction – FAABS Chairman to welcome participants (15').
  • IPSOS Presentation: Future of Foods in Vietnam (30').
  • Top trends influencing the Vietnam Food Market.
  • How key agribusiness and food players are addressing the demand from the consumer with their strategy about food.
  • Difference between "Food Trust", "Food Surplus" and "Food Security".
  • Discussion - Q&A (15').
  • IPSOS Presentation: Swine farming in Vietnam (30').
  • 2018 report: figures & structures.
  • Sector integration, commercial, backyard and conclusion about 2019.
  • Discussion & Q&A (15'). 


This talk will be served with tea, coffee, and refreshments. Pre-registration is required.  


NOTE: Registration is based on first come first served and priority will go to EuroCham members. 

Speakers

Agenda

8

45AM

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9

15AM

IPSOS Presentation: Future of Foods in Vietnam (30’)

- Top trends influencing the Vietnam Food Market. - How key agribusiness and food players are addressing the demand from the consumer with their strategy about food. - Difference between “Food Trust”, “Food Surplus” and “Food Security”.

9

30AM

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10

00AM

IPSOS Presentation: Swine farming in Vietnam (30’)

- 2018 report: figures & structures. - Sector integration, commercial, backyard and conclusion about 2019.

Tickets

  • Free of Charge Invitation

    Free

    (Pre-registration required)

    Reserve Ticket

Sponsors and Partners

Organiser

Platinum Corporate Partners

Gold Corporate Partners

Silver Corporate Partners

Premium Service Partners

Contact

MORE INFORMATION: 

Ms. Linh Phan | linh.phan@eurochamvn.org or calling 028 3827 2715 - Ext:113