The Brazilian Forum of Dry Bean, Pulses and Special Crops, developed by IBRAFE, is the largest in the segment in Latin America. In 2018, the event will take place in Curitiba, August 15th to 17th, at Expo Unimed Curitiba, a space located inside Positivo University, 15 minutes from the city center and 25 minutes from Afonso Pena International Airport ). The exhibition center and multipurpose rooms total 11,535m² of built area, distributed over two floors.
This will be the sixth edition of the Forum and will promote wide discussion and cooperation at international level to increase awareness and understanding of the challenges and opportunities of the entire production chain. In addition, technical topics of great interest to producers will be addressed in the various lectures given by experts in the field.
One of the novelties of this year is the Business Fair. This space will put buyers and sellers closer, generating business opportunities. Business rounds will also be on the agenda to get closer and further benefit of all links in the chain.
The VI Brazilian Forum of Dry Bean, Pulses and Special Crops will be a huge international event, with the presence of producers, technicians, agronomists, packers, importers, exporters, retailers and all those involved in this productive chain that drives our economy and values one of the main product consumed in Brazil: Beans.
The Brazilian Forum of Dry Bean, Pulses and Special Crops will bring together the entire production chain, will be producers, agronomists, sowers, input companies, technology companies, machinery and others. All in search of interaction and evolution in the technical and marketing discussions about Beans and Pulses in Brazil and in the world.
In 2017, the Brazilian Forum of Dry Bean, Pulses and Special Crops brought together about 500 people involved in the national and international production chain of Beans. The event was held in Campinas (São Paulo) and counted with more than 18 speakers who brought technical quality and marketing information to public and more than two thousand online viewers.
With more than 20 stands, the Business Fair also moved the Forum and provided the interaction between producers, researchers, packers and several involved in the chain, assisting in closing deals and promoting various partnerships.