Director of Invivo Trading to speak at “Black Sea Grain” Conference

21.02.2018

Stephane Bernhard, Head of Invivo Trading (France) will make a presentation about Intensifying Regional Competition in the Global Grain Trade within the XV International Conference “Black Sea Grain-2018”.   

Since 2014 Stephane Bernhard is the Head of Invivo Trading, leading French farming cooperative and one of the leading grains and oilseeds operator in the European Union.

After spending 12 years in different positions as a trader and senior manager with the Louis-Dreyfus group, Mr. Bernhard was involved in own trading-related projects from 2007 to February 2014.

“Black Sea Grain” Conference is a major meeting point for the top agribusiness community, 2 days of exclusive market insights from the leading global experts and effective networking.

Conference will address the most relevant aspects of agribusiness in current market environment, provide an outlook for further market development, combine strategic views with effective cases. Among confirmed speakers are agribusiness gurus from Ukraine, Russia, Bulgaria, Turkey, Kazahstan, USA, Brazil, India, France and the UK.

Find out the Speakers and Preliminary Agenda of the XV International Conference “Black Sea Grain-2018”.

170+ agribusiness companies from 30+ countries already registered to take part. Participant List is available here

XV Jubilee International Conference “Black Sea Grain: Moving Up the Value Chain” will take place on April 18-19, 2018 in InterContinental hotel, Kiev, Ukraine. Organizer – consulting agency UkrAgroConsult, General Sponsor – ACTAVA TRADING, Exclusive Financial Sponsor – Credit Agricole, Sponsors -  Filhet-Allard Maritime, INTL FCStone, Taban Grain,  supported by GAFTA and Ukrainian Grain Association.

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