Amsterdam, Barbizon Palace Hotel
Olga Trofimtseva, Deputy Minister for European Integration at the Ministry of Agrarian Policy & Food of Ukraine, is preparing to share with attendees the latest positive trading volumes between Ukraine and the EU, in particular the Netherlands, and will outline key growth segments.
Oleksii Vadaturskyy, Founder & CEO of Nibulon, confirms his participation and will outline how the company is working with its financing partners to expand its development of Ukraine’s inland waterways and the transportation of grain and other agricultural products.
Hans De Boer, President of the VNO-NCW, the Dutch employers' association, confirms his participation. One of the most influential figures in the Dutch business community, Hans De Boer is also Co-Head of the Ukrainian Dutch Joint Business Council together with Oleksiy Pavlenko.
Ambassador of Ukraine to the Kingdom of the Netherlands
Deputy Minister for European integration | Ministry of Agrarian Policy & Food of Ukraine
President, VNO-NCW / Co-Chairman | Ukrainian-Dutch Joint Business Council
Co-Chairman | Ukrainian-Dutch Joint Business Council / Former Minister of Agrarian Policy & Food of Ukraine
Regional Head, Agribusiness, Food & Water | FMO
Managing Director, Head of Food & Agri Europe | ING
Chief Executive Officer | NIBULON
Chief Financial Officer | Astarta-Kyiv
Managing Director | Difco International
Head of Corporate and M&A | Evris Law Firm
Chief Executive Officer | FoodVentures
Regional Manager, Ukraine, Belarus & Moldova | International Finance Corporation
Regional Head of Agribusiness | EBRD
Advisor to the CEO | MHP
Chief Financial Officer |
Chief Financial Officer |
Delta Wilmar CIS
B2B Director |
Recent feedback about the event:
Ukraine and the Netherlands are close partners in the agricultural sector, as is reflected in their levels of bilateral trade. The Netherlands are the world’s 2nd largest exporter of agricultural products and technology and the government has declared the agrifood sector to be a priority focus with a strong emphasis on innovative, sustainable technologies.
In turn, Ukraine is a global leader in agricultural production and is a leading global exporter of grains, vegetable oils and oilseeds, amongst others. In 2017 Ukrainian agricultural exports to the EU increased by 18.4% and the Netherlands were the no. 1 importer.
It is clear that the relationship is set to grow further and indeed there is much scope to increase cooperation in technology exchange and implementing best practice.
Therefore, building upon the success of our Agribusiness Forum in Kyiv in November, we are pleased to convene the Ukrainian Agro-Industrial & Food Forum, with the full official support of the Ukrainian Embassy in the Netherlands.
At the Forum you will hear from and meet with: