Positioning the sugar industry for the future after a year of turmoil – We are delighted that the S&P Global Platts Geneva Sugar Conference is back, bringing together leading growers, processors, traders and buyers to explore the state of the European sugar markets, and understand the trends, risks and challenges into 2022 and beyond. As global economies prepare to emerge into a new world, what will be the new normal for the sugar industry? The sugar markets have had to grapple with falling consumption, adverse weather and supply chain challenges. Vaccine optimism brings hope of a return to many industries that the sugar markets heavily rely on, but have consumer habits changed for good?

Why attend?

Essential intelligence – get your burning questions answered
Join over 25 leading growers, processors, traders and experts from across the sugar value chain as they discuss the European sugar markets after the pandemic through an insightful mix of panel discussions and presentations.

Exclusive insights into the sugar markets
Hear international sugar market experts discuss key developments affecting the sector supply & demand dynamics, trade evolution for sugar in a post-Brexit environment, pricing dynamics, and changing consumer behaviours impacting consumption.

Network and do business once again
The conference will bring together the sugar community after a year of turmoil. You’ll get the chance to meet your colleagues and peers once again in a covid-safe environment, allowing you to network effectively and safely.

Can’t travel to the conference?
As well as offering you the opportunity to meet with delegates face-to-face, we will also host the event online. This means that regardless of your travel circumstances you will be able to stream all the sessions online, chat with other delegates and ask your questions to the speakers via our virtual platform. Even if travel restrictions prohibit you from attending, you can still enjoy the great insights on show.

19 October 2021 — 20 October 2021
2:40 pm

Online Geneva

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