2019 DIN Annual Conference & Dinner

£605.00

Copthorne Tara Hotel, Scarsdale Place,
London W8 5SY

2019 Conference
May 9th & 10th
Includes dinner
Price excludes VAT

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2019 Conference
May 9th & 10th

Theme:

WILL DAIRY SUPPLY CONTINUE TO OUTSTRIP DEMAND?

As the world’s dairy markets become more and more interlinked and world commodity dairy prices become more globalised, supply and demand also becomes more globalised, with events on one side of the world having an impact on the other. Recent studies suggest that world demand for dairy products will exceed supply in the medium to long term. Is there any evidence of this yet?

Venue: Copthorne Tara Hotel, Scarsdale Place, Kensington, London W8 5SY

Though we cannot book rooms on behalf of attendees, we have an allocation of rooms at a special conference rate of £155/night single occupancy, £165 double (includes breakfast & VAT).

Booking:  To book rooms at the hotel, email: or ask for group reservations on telephone: +44 (0) 207 872 2000

Quote BOOKING CODE: EDE090519E to get our conference rate for superior rooms.

 

DAIRY INDUSTRY NEWSLETTER CONFERENCE 2019

Thursday May 9th – afternoon:
First session:
12.00: Registration
13.45: Welcome
14.00: Michael Dykes (IDFA) USA
14.30: Jukka Likitalo (Eucolait) Brussels
15.00: Monica Ganley (Quarterra) Argentina
15.30: Discussion
16.00: Tea/coffee break
Second session:
16.30: Eric Meyer (HighGround Dairy) USA
17.00: Patrick Müller (Müller Milk & Ingredients) UK
17.30: Nick Morris (NZX) New Zealand
18.00: Discussion
18.30: Close
20:00 Dinner at the Copthorne Tara
Friday May 10th – morning:
First session:
09.00: Jim Bergin (Glanbia Ireland)
09.30: Riitta Brandt (Valio) Finland
10.00: Torsten Hemme (IFCN) Germany
10.30: Discussion
10.45: Tea/coffee break
Second session:
11.15: Robert Schorsij (Greenmark Dairy Ingredients), Netherlands
11.45: James Neville (Volac) UK
12.15: Nicholas Saphir (OMSCo) UK
12.45: Discussion
13.00: CLOSE
13.15: Buffet lunch, hotel restaurant

Contact: / tel: +44 (0)203 773 8794