WBMBC17: RMI Analytics kicks off 9th biannual beer conference
Pictured: Klaus-Dieter Schumacher from the BayWa Group speaks at the RMI Analytics World Barley, Malt and Beer Conference 2017 in Vienna, Austria
The world’s leading brewing raw material markets information company, RMI Analytics, has kicked off their 9th World Barley, Malt and Beer Conference in Vienna on Wednesday, March 22.
The Conference will bring together brewers, maltsters, grain collectors, grain traders, machinery suppliers, seed breeders, service providers and industry analysts to discuss the state of the global beer and brewing raw material supply market.
This year will see more participants that ever attend the Conference with more than 330 delegates registered to attend from more than 40 different countries.
“I’m so excited to launch our 9th Conference here in Vienna, it’s again step up for the event this year as we have included many innovations – such as a new App, ” Managing Director of RMI Analytics, Dr Christian Temme said.
“We look forward to welcome attendees from a diverse range of countries, to hear from speakers who are absolutely top notch and network in the beautiful city of Vienna.
“We are honoured to be able to say that the RMI Analytics World Barley, Malt and Beer Conference is the event that brings the industry together.”
“Our guests and the enthusiasm they’ve shown toward the conference as well as our line-up of knowledgeable and interesting speakers are very promising for a great Conference. We are looking forward to welcome all delegates in Vienna,” Founder of RMI Analytics, Nikolaus Bormann said.
The World Barley, Malt and Beer Conference 2017 runs from Wednesday to Friday March 22-24 at the Intercontinental Hotel, Vienna, Austria.
More updates will be provided by RMI Analytics during the Conference week.
For further information on the WBMBC2017 please contact Scott Casey +491734132412 email@example.com
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