IAOM Reschedules Annual Conference & Expo
IAOM has rescheduled its 125th Anniversary Conference & Expo for August 29-September 2, 2021 at the Little Rock Marriott and Statehouse Convention Center in Little Rock, Arkansas, US.
Originally scheduled for April 2021, the IAOM board of directors decided to postpone the event due to the continuing COVID-19 pandemic. Registration for the IAOM event will open in June.
“It seems likely that holding a conference in person in April could still be difficult due to the risks associated with the pandemic,” stated IAOM President David Jansen. “We hope that by pushing back the date of next year’s conference, we’ll be able to better mitigate any risks related to COVID-19. Although we’ve managed to have several virtual events this year, we know that many in our association prefer the interaction and networking that comes from in-person meetings.”
Currently, Little Rock limits mass gatherings to 66% of the capacity restrictions per venue.
“The health and safety of our milling community is our highest priority; the conference will only be held in person when it is safe to do so,” stated Jansen.
Join hundreds of milling professionals from across North America and around the world when they convene in Little Rock, Arkansas from August 29-September 2, 2021 for IAOM’s 125th Anniversary Conference & Expo.
About the Conference
Grain milling professionals consistently find that the IAOM conference experience affords them an opportunity to enhance and advance their careers through comprehensive education programs, to connect with their industry peers at exciting networking events, and to develop relationships with vendors who offer the products and services they need to efficiently do their job.
The IAOM Annual Conference & Expo is the premier educational event for grain milling and seed processing professionals. The annual event gathers milling and allied trade professionals from around the world for three days of education, networking and fellowship. Educational and technical programs presented at the conference assist millers in improving yields, productivity, customer satisfaction and safety. The programs are presented by seasoned professionals in the field who have experienced the issues affecting millers first-hand.
In addition, the annual conference also includes the world’s largest Expo for milling professionals, typically featuring over 100 companies displaying milling and processing equipment and related services.
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