Everyone will come to the Guadalajara Seminary ...!

The Blueberries Seminar of Guadalajara promises to be a meeting of great assistance of producers and clearly the largest presence of the foreign company, which helps to visit the new reality of the Mexican company and project business in the berries industry directly with the producers.

Executives from companies from the United States, Spain, Brazil, Chile, Peru, Colombia, Guatemala, and Morocco have confirmed their presence in the massive international meeting, which is added to the representatives of the more than 40 companies that sponsor the event of the cranberry industry from the beginning.

The hundreds of producers who will attend the Seminar can interact during the two days of the meeting with a good number of business representatives, in the perspective of marketing their products, or linked by the interest in the new services on offer.

The meeting will be massive, not only for this great business presence, but also for the excellent quality of the topics that will be covered in the Program, and for the international prestige of the rapporteurs responsible for developing these issues.

Pests, traceability, irrigation, hydroponics, logistics and packaging, nutrition, influential elements in the quality of the fruit, situation of the markets, state of the Mexican industry and opportunities, are some of the topics that will be discussed in detail and then addressed in the different rounds of questions, along with other topics that the assistants need to clarify, know, or have to be explained by the experts.

The XVI International Seminar of Blueberries will be held on Thursday 30 and Friday 31 of May at the Hotel Intercontinental Presidente de Guadalajara and the inscriptions in:

Telephone: +56 2 2942 6572

Mobile: + 56 9 4241 2089



Martín Carrillo O. - Blueberries Consulting

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