At only four months to end 2014, Futureco Bioscience has a full schedule. From a bird's eye view, the Spanish agrobiotech company will give contents to read and talk about a variety of activities, ranging from attending events, conferences and exhibitions, organising national and international students' visits to its facilities, the launching of new products and results of effectiveness tests of those already in catalogue, as also good news about the trends of the company, among other news.
During these days, from 3 to 5 September, Rafael Juncosa, CEO of Futureco Bioscience, and Thomas Martinez, Product and Business Development Manager, attend in Hong Kong (China) to the Asia Fruit Logistica 2014 exhibition, where the company has its own stand. Asia Fruit Logistica is the largest exhibition in Asia of the fresh fruit and vegetables sector, which brings together more than 350 companies and 6,500 attendees from all over the world, and will undoubtedly be the epicenter of future alliances, trade agreements and business attempts among those participants with an eye on making its place in the Asian market.
Another important meeting takes place from 7 to 10 October in Lleida, the XVII Congress of the Spanish Society of Plant Pathology, where members of the R&D Department will participate and attend to the latest advances in research on agricultural pests and diseases, as well as the latest techniques in analysis and biocontrol for Integrated Pest Management from first-line scientific research.
From 20 to 22 October in Basel (Switzerland) Futureco Bioscience will also have a stand at the Annual Biocontrol Industry Meeting ABIM 2014, the most relevant international conference to the industry players of products and tools for plant protection of zero waste, and where market trends will be discussed by the voice of those who generate and direct them.