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World Seed Congress Officially Underway: Stay in the Know   – Seed World

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The International Seed Federation (ISF) World Seed Congress, the global seed sector’s key annual international seed event since 1924, officially welcomed delegates this morning to Rotterdam.  

The three-day Congress, which typically attracts in the range of 1,500 attendees from around the world, offers the opportunity to meet annually to share industry knowledge, consider research and technology developments, negotiate trade agreements, and network and strengthen relationships. No matter how high-tech our world, no Zoom call or TEAMS meeting can be as productive and inspiring as meeting with colleagues old and new in person.    

Seed World Group will be front and center throughout the Congress, covering the key take-aways from sessions and capturing perspective from industry thought leaders. If you’re in Rotterdam this week, pop by the Seed World Media Centre. Seed World Group President Shawn Brook and Seed World Europe Editorial Director Marcel Bruins would love to have a few minutes to talk seed industry priorities and congress highlights.  
 
If you’re following the Congress from afar, Seed World Group has you covered. Seed World Daily – the Seed World U.S.  daily e-newsletter — is your best source of insight, perspective and key take-aways from the Congress. We’ll be sending out daily recaps each evening from the conference, showcasing highlights from the day’s sessions and sharing key thought leader perspectives. Whether you’re here in Rotterdam or wish you were, Seed World Daily’s special coverage is the way to stay in the loop of all the need-to-know Congress details. Sign up here so you can be in the know too.   

If you’re not able to make it to Rotterdam to pick up the Seed World U.S. special International Issue that will be distributed to all delegates? No problem! We have you covered with our online flipbook. Check it out to read the same need-to-know content that World Seed Congress attendees are reading.  

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