Attending Global Aginvesting 2011 (which opened to a sold out audience in new york on May 2)

I am attending Global AgInvesting 2011 this Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday at the Waldorf Astoria in New York City.

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The conference is well attended. Soyatech reports that the 3rd Annual Global AgInvesting Opens to a Sold Out Audience in New York.

3rd Annual Global AgInvesting Opens to a Sold Out Audience in New York
eNews from Tuesday, May 3, 2011

Topsfield, MA —“ May 3, 2011 -
Global AgInvesting 2011, hosted by HighQuest Partners and produced by Soyatech opened yesterday for a 1/2 day short course on ag fundamentals to a standing room only audience. The main conference will begin today with almost 600 end investors and managers from 30+ countries for 2-1/2 days of intense immersion on agricultural investing.

“It was exciting to see so many end investors and managers gathered in one location,” commented Hunt Stookey, Event Chairman for Global AgInvesting. “With over 50 speakers from around the globe, we will spend the next two days addressing critical ag investing decision issues and exploring strategies from all of the major agricultural regions of the world.”

If you missed this cornerstone event, mark your calendar now for the upcoming Global AgInvesting conferences to be held in Geneva, Switzerland, September 19-21, 2011 and in Singapore, December 5-7, 2011. For detailed information about these upcoming programs or to register, visit: www.globalaginvesting.com.

About HighQuest Partners

HighQuest Partners is a globally recognized strategy consulting, events, and media company serving agriculture, agribusiness, grains, oilseed, food, and biofuels markets. Founded in 2000, HighQuest has advised hundreds of public and private sector organizations in over 100 countries as it helps to satisfy the world's growing need for agriculturally-based resources by providing information, cultivating relationships, and supporting its clients.

About Soyatech

Soyatech (www.soyatech.com) is a global media, marketing, and event company that assists food, oilseed, agribusiness, and agri-transportation sector firms to assess and develop market opportunities through its publications, conferences, webinars, and widely-used internet platform. More about Soyatech-produced conferences can be found at www.soyatechevents.com.

Founded in 1985, the company publishes the annual Soya & Oilseed Bluebook, the industry' s leading source of information on oilseed and agribusiness companies and products, an industry-focused email newsletter (in daily and weekly editions), and Soyatech.com, the award-winning business-to-business online resource for the industry. Soyatech' s information services are referred to by tens of thousands of the world' s leading commodity, food and biofuels companies in over 100 countries every week. Soyatech, LLC is a wholly-owned subsidiary of HighQuest Partners.

As the article above states, the pre-conference short course in ag fundamentals was sold out.


New! Pre-Conference Seminar: Short Course in Ag Fundamentals

For investors interested in developing a deeper understanding of the compelling fundamentals driving the ag sector, hear from leading analysts, academics and economists at the Short Course in Ag Fundamentals, Monday, May 2 from 2:00pm - 5:00pm. 
SHORT COURSE IS NOW SOLD OUT!


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My reaction: I will write an entry about the conference and the impressions on Thursday, after it is over.

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5 Responses to Attending Global Aginvesting 2011 (which opened to a sold out audience in new york on May 2)

  1. Jimmy says:

    Is it also possible to publicate the powerpoint presentations of this conference? It's pity, I liked to be there. Only too late informed...

    • Eric deCarbonnel says:

      I will see if it is possible to get a copy of the powerpoint presentations. Sorry for not publicizing conference earlier...

  2. ginkobiloba says:

    Monsanto-How can you not mention them? Bio-tech is a looming disaster. Eminent soil scientist Don Huber ties Monsanto's glyphosate to newly discovered deadly pathogen causing SDS. Was any of this mentioned by SoyTech at the conference? GM also causes organ damage and infertility in animals. Proven. But due to patent rights, independent scientists cannot do further research. Is this being discussed with your investors? What is Russia's stance on GM?

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