As the potato supply in India is near its peak, Eventell Global Advisory Pvt Ltd thought now would be the ideal time for a potato conference. Their India Potato Conference 2022 will be held in a virtual format on February 25.
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India’s potato production is estimated at 53.7 million tons for the year 2021. Uttar Pradesh (15 million tons), Bihar (11.0 million tons), West Bengal (10 million tons), Madhya Pradesh (5 million tons), and Punjab (3 million tons) are the leading producers of potatoes.
Sowing starts from October and harvesting starts from Jan mid in northern India. Intense arrivals happen between February and March. Usually, potatoes go into cold stores from February till April. Usually, potatoes are kept in a cold store for five to six months.
Given these, it would be appropriate to have a conference during the peak season of February to take stock of crop and price expectations.
Format of Virtual India Potato Conference 2022
- India Potato Conference (IPC) is proposed to be organized as a Virtual Conference keeping in view the current pandemic and uncertainty of travel.
- Attendance is through invitation only (with PotatoPro readers welcome!) and free of cost (for the first 500 delegates). We believe that flexibility in attending the virtual conference will draw a relevant audience to listen & gather knowledge on the current market scenario.
- In the last 20 months, we have experienced those virtual conferences do serve the purpose of meeting prospective clients & act as a perfect BuyerSeller Meet.
- The virtual platform will be open from 2:30 pm to 5 pm (India Standard Time) on 25th Feb 2022.
- Producers, Contract Farmers, Traders, Wholesalers
- Corporate Buyers, Value-adders
- Govt Agencies
- Cold Storage & Bulk Warehouses
- Financing firms & Banks
- Seed companies
- Ancillary firms (equipment, machinery, etc)