Global Berry Congress 2015 - Hear from excellent speakers

17 February 2015

This year's Global Berry Congress is on target to bring together more than 400 key players from the global berry sector on 23-25 March 2015. Berries are one of the fresh produce industry's booming categories. As the leading fresh produce hub close to northern Europe's key berry growing centres Rotterdam is your gateway for growth in 2015.The Global Berry Congress will show that further growth in the category is inevitable, but marketers must ensure berries don't become just another commodity. A programme of top-level speakers will address the sector's most pressing topics.

GLOBAL BERRY CONGRESS 2015 SPEAKERS LINE UP:
Robert Verloop, VP Marketing, Naturipe (US)
Susanne Hounsgaard, Purchasing Manager Fruit & Vegetables, Dansk Supermarked (Denmark)
Laurence Olins, Chairman, British Summer Fruits (UK)
Wyard Stomp, Commercial & Supply Chain Director EMEA, Driscoll's (Netherlands)
Christian Carvajal, Europe and Asia marketing manager, ASOEX (Chile)
Carlos Stabile, President, Argentinean Blueberry Committee (Argentina)
Anton Filippo, Sales manager, LBP Rotterdam (Netherlands)
Céline Kuentz, Development director, Janny MT (France)
Raffaele Benedetti, Sales Manager, Unitec SpA (Italy)
Mauro Stipa, Export sales manager, ILIP (Italy)
Andrew Sharp, International Business Development Director, Perfotec (Netherlands)
Filip Tintchev, Product Manager, McAirlaids Vliesstoffe Gmbh (Germany)
Marieke Appel, Marketing & Communications Director EMEA, Driscoll's (Netherlands)
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