South American Blueberry Convention

Global Cherry Summit

The Global Cherry Summit has positioned itself as the most important event for the cherry industry worldwide.
The event brings together the most important players in the sector every year, to exchange key information and focus on the new challenges and opportunities that the following season will face
Due to the extension of the health alert and restrictions in place due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the 3rd edition of this event, scheduled to take place on August 17, 2021, has been postponed to 2022. The new date is April 19th, 2022.


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Agricultural Water Summit

The 1st edition of the Agricultural Water Summit will be held on August 4th, 2022 at the Sun Monticello Convention Center.
The event will be a meeting point not only for the agricultural industry and related entities in Chile, but also for international experts who will come together to share their experience in the use of innovative techniques and farm management styles to limit the impacts of drought on horticultural operations.
The Agricultural Water Summit will also highlight successful cases of overcoming water-related challenges in countries around the world, as well as the experiences of companies in implementing successful strategies to reduce, reuse and better manage water.
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Blueberry production in the Southern Cone of South America has grown exponentially in recent decades.
Nowadays, around 60% of global blueberry exports come from Argentina, Chile, Peru and Uruguay.
The global variables that affect these countries are the same, meaning that – in some way – their destinies are aligned. That is why it is important to create an event that brings together the main actors from this region and provides the information that growers, exporters and suppliers require.
South American Blueberry Convention will be held on April 21st, 2022 at the Sun Monticello Convention Center. Supported by the national blueberry committees of Argentina, Chile, Peru, Uruguay and the International Blueberry Organization (IBO), South American Blueberry Convention becomes a unique opportunity to gather, learn and share information about the challenges and opportunities that affect the South American blueberry industry.
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Global Grape Summit

The first-ever edition of the Global Grape Summit took place in the U.K. capital in 2019 and was a roaring success, receiving widespread praise from attendees and drawing a large international crowd of important industry actors.
Over 300 key industry players from six continents were present, demonstrating the importance of an event like this to bring decision makers together to analyze ways to boost grape consumption and move the industry forward.


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