Virtual Europatat Congress open to the whole potato sector, free of charge

Published: May 27, 2021

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During the virtual edition of the Europatat Congress, keynote speaker Ömer Atiker will help organizations build a better future using digital possibilities.

Registrations for the upcoming annual Europatat Congress on June 10th are open.



The European Potato Trade Association announced that its upcoming congress will be held in a virtual format open to the whole potato sector, and registration is free of charge.

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Exploring the benefits of digitalization for the potato sector
On Thursday June 10th this special edition of the Europatat Congress, under the slogan “Stay connected – new strategies for the potato sector”, will explore how the potato sector can benefit the most from digitalization. In the morning of June 10th, Europatat General Assembly will be held, which is open for members only. The public pogramme starts at 10h45 with a welcoming speech by Europatat President Gilles Fontaine. The organisation promises the rest of the two-hour virtual event, moderated by Jean-Paul Judson (Founder of Nowmore), will offer unconventional and engaging discussions on how to use new digital possibilities to improve the daily operations of your company or organisation. Keynote speaker Ömer Atiker, consultant and digital expert, will use his expertise in digital transformation to help organizations use all the available digital possibilities to build a better future. During a round table discussion, Anthony Atlas, Head of Product and Growth Climate Ai, HZPC Europe Director Lilian Escalon and Felipe Medina, Secretary General ASEDAS, will share their insights on the challenges and opportunities of digitalization in the potato supply chain. Before the closing of the event, Chairperson of the Local Organising Committee of the World Potato Congress in Dublin Liam Glennon will give an overview of the programme and activities planned for this unique potato event, taking place in Dublin (Ireland) from 30 May to 2 June 2022.