KIEV, UKRAINE — UkrAgroConsult has postponed its 18th international conference, Black Sea Grain-2021 due to an introduction of additional quarantine restriction in Kiev, Ukraine, until April 16. The event was originally scheduled to be held April 14-15.

The event will still be hosted at the Intercontinental Hotel in Kiev, Ukraine just on a new date May 20-21.

The two-day event will focus on topics in the Black Sea region and beyond. The first day will be dedicated to Ukrainian and the Black Sea grains market, covering ongoing issues and forecasts for the future harvest, aspects related to forward contracts and trading strategies, as well as government trade regulations in the key global agricultural regions.

The second day will include discussions about global price volatility, ways to protect against price risks and promising niches for business development and global agribusiness giants China, United States, South America and the EU — will be analyzed.

Two experiences are available for attendees. Participants can register for a virtual conference plus an in-person networking event or just the virtual conference.

The networking event will be at the InterContinental Hotel in Kiev, Ukraine.

Black Sea Grain-2021 conference offers attendees agri market analytics and insights from industry experts, networking with players across the value chain, top managers, decision-makers and opinion leaders.

The event annually brings together more than 700 delegates from more than 50 countries. Among them are: international producers and crushers of grains and oilseeds, agri holdings, commodity traders, banks and investment funds, commodity exchanges, government authorities and industry associations, shippers, brokers, insurance, surveying, law and consulting companies.

For more information or to register, visit the Black Sea Grain Conference website.