PMFAI’s ICSCE 2020 to be hosted on 3D Virtual Platform
19 September 2020, Mumbai, IN: PMFAI has decided to stage its 15th ICSCE 2020 on 3D Virtual Platform which will enable companies to reach out to buyers-sellers to discuss business.
The 3D Virtual Platform will allow to Conclude Businesses Similar To Physical Event :
- Booth Visits
- Meeting Rooms Visit for one on one meetings
- Video Conferencing with participants
- Chat Messaging
- Instant Emailing
- Exchange e-Business Card
- Attend Conference To Gain Knowledge And Know Developments In The Industry
The digitalization of event will allow businesses to reach global audience in different places at different times. The event this year is anticipating multi fold participation from across the globe.
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ICSCE is a biggest and only Agri Input show in India which provides an opportunity to meet Distributors, Suppliers, R&D Executives, Technical Executives, Manufacturers, Consultants, Exporters, Importers, Agronomists, Research Institutions, Scientists, Traders, Journalists, Supply chain management & co-operatives, Ventures capitalists & Financial Representatives, Service providers, Farmers & dealers, Allied Chemicals & Packaging material suppliers, Seed companies, spraying and irrigation equipment manufacturers, plantation and horticultural producers, Manufacturers & Distributors of Bio-pesticides, Bio-fertilizers, Micronutrients, Key Government officials, Policy Makers & Researchers, Industry Associations, Chamber of Commerce etc. all those involved directly & indirectly with agri inputs. Attend knowledge oriented conference session and Gain extensive knowledge in workshop and witness PMFAI- SML Annual Agchem Awards ceremony.
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