The Symposium will explore possible answers to questions facing the agricultural industry today such as:
- How can we feed a world with 9 billion people?
- Why does China succeed while the economies of Europe and America struggle?
- What are the implications of a $100 billion Facebook?
- How can agriculture benefit from the first global youth network?
- Is aquaculture the future of protein?
- Why does Alltech predict that epigenetics and programmed nutrition are the future of meat production?
- Why is salesmanship fundamental to building a business?
- What does the next generation of lawyers, marketers and economists need to know about a growing new economy and a primary requirement of life – food?
“When we come together through education and discussion, we create synergy that allows us to develop revolutionary new ideas for sustainability in food production and to share market-oriented business strategies, agribusiness training and scientific research. This will lead us to technological solutions to the issues our industry faces,” said Dr. Lyons. “As an industry and as good citizens, we must address these issues now for the future generations who will inherit our world.”
Alltech’s prestigious Medal of Excellence and Young Scientist Awards will also be presented during the Symposium.
To learn more about the Alltech 28th Annual International Animal Health and Nutrition Symposium and to register to attend, visit www.alltech.com/symposium or contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Additional details about speakers and sessions will be announced in the coming months.