BIOMIN Announces Asia Nutrition Forum 2019
Leading feed, livestock and animal health and nutrition professionals along with researchers, academics and other experts will gather from 12 October to 21 October 2019 in four cities: Dhaka, Tokyo, Seoul and Wuxi to address the latest challenges in the animal health and nutrition arena in Asia.
First held in 2005, the Asia Nutrition Forum hosted by BIOMIN has become the leading opportunity for industry practitioners to share ideas and exchange knowledge, alongside the World Nutrition Forum. These biennial summits are consistently well rated by attendees where each edition draws upon the uniqueness of the location, speakers and participants, while maintaining the highest quality standards for both content and organization.
This year, BIOMIN is pleased to announce that they have secured renowned speakers from across the globe to explore the “Scientific Challenges and Opportunities in the Protein Economy (SCOPE) of Asia”, to address topics concerning antibiotic reduction, gut health and mycotoxins risk management.
The Asia Nutrition Forum 2019 will officially start its first stop in Dhaka, Bangladesh on 12th October, followed by Tokyo, Japan on 15th October. The international stop will then take place from 16th to 18th October in Seoul, South Korea and conclude with its final stop in Wuxi, China on the 21st October. This 8th edition of the forum will offer a spectrum of varying perspectives and viewpoints on factors that will influence tomorrow's protein economy, as the theme marries mental agility and inventiveness with the practicalities of conducting business in a global network of purchasers and suppliers that demands competitiveness throughout the feed and food chain.
BIOMIN understands that the nature of science requires creativity, curiosity and the ability to break free of conventional approaches to problem solving in order to push boundaries and make genuine progress. This capacity for thinking and investigation fuels the ability as an industry leader, to wield technology in a way that furthers economic development, drives efficiency, promotes sustainability and delivers safe and nourishing products to the growing population of Asia — now and in the future.
Further details including venues, program and speakers will be made available on http://anf.biomin.net.