IEC Paris 2010 Conference: 11th to 13th April

Fantastic opportunity to meet with some of Europe’s biggest egg producers and processors.
Don’t miss this unique opportunity to meet with other egg industry leaders and decision makers, in one of the largest egg producing countries in Europe; put the date in your diary and book your place at the IEC Paris 2010 Conference from 11th – 13th April.

With over 44 million layers, producing over 900,000 tonnes of shell eggs and more than 200,000 tonnes of processed egg products, France is one of the largest egg producers in Europe.  We are delighted that the French egg industry has invited us to hold our April 2010 IEC conference in its capital city, and we hope that you will seize this opportunity to meet and forge contacts with some of the major egg companies within France.

As well as being a unique opportunity to interact with some of the key decision makers in France, delegates will also benefit from a great line up of speakers.  The IEC has invited the Director General of the OIE, Dr Bernard Vallat, to speak at the Paris Conference.  Dr Vallat has a wealth of valuable information about salmonella, avian influenza and animal welfare issues; three subjects that are incredibly important to our industry.

The national egg association in France is already working hard promoting the conference with egg producers and processors nationwide, and we expect over 50 delegates from leading French egg businesses to attend this event in April.  This is a great opportunity for international people to share ideas and forge valuable relationships within the French egg industry.

Registration for the conference will be available from early January.

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