From 3-5 June 2019 ISF World Seed Congress will take place in Nice, France. This is the most important meeting of the Year for international seedsmen and women to attend, bringing together more than 1400 seed professionals from more than 50 countries all over the world.
Each year, the World Seed Congress is held in a different country and this year the French Seed Industry is set to host to the event. Considering France is one of the Top 3 seed producing countries in the world and is home to many famous seed companies, this will certainly become a unique experience for all those who will attend. Click here for more information related to this year’s event.
Germains attendance at 2019 ISF World Seed Congress
As in previous years, Germains Seed Technology will attend with a strong delegation, booth and private trading tables. This year our delegation will be led by Victoria Lawrence, who started as CEO in November 2018 (Click here to learn more about Victoria). The Germains delegation will include some of our most senior research, sales, marketing and regulatory affairs managers from the UK, USA, France and The Netherlands. Our team will be delighted to talk with fellow seed professionals about our core services; priming, pelleting, filmcoating and health treatments as well as listen to suggestions for new ventures and treatments.
How to schedule a meeting at the World Seed Congress
If you would like to schedule a meeting with the Germains team in Nice, please sent an e-mail to ISF@germains.com. We look forward to talking with you in English, French, Dutch, German and Greek.
Founded in 1871, Germains Seed Technology develops innovative industry-leading conventional and organic seed solutions, specializing in Prime, Pellet, Filmcoat and Health. We offer a range of industry-leading seed technologies for Sugar Beet, Vegetables and Flowers. Germains Seed Technology belongs to Associated British Foods which is a diverse international food, ingredients and retail group with sales of £15.6bn, 137,000 employees and operations in 50 countries across Europe, Southern Africa, The Americas, Asia and Australia.