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AISEF to organise ISC’s third edition in Jaipur between February 4 & 7
Tuesday, 14 November, 2017, 08 : 00 AM [IST]
Our Bureau, Mumbai
The Ernakulam-based All India Spices Exporters Forum (AISEF) and the spice fraternity will host the the third essay of the International Spice Conference (ISC) at the Crowne Plaza in Jaipur, between February 4 and 7, 2018.

In times of volatility, uncertainty and the ever-changing food safety standards, it is imperative for industry leaders, international spice associations, policymakers and end-users to arrive at measures that seek to address the food safety concerns and supply demand imbalances of the spice industry.

The necessity to ensure the sustainability of spice crops and improve the livelihoods of millions of farmers who make spices available through their hard work has urged AISEF to work towards addressing these issues.

Transformation and collaborations
The theme for ISC 2018 is Managing Disruptions through Transformation and Collaborations. Transformation, however, is hard, requiring adjustments not only in processes, interactions and decisions but also in mindsets, functions, culture and technology.

The transformation journey becomes more complex when the supply chain includes multiple stakeholders. In the face of globalisation, massive connectivity, disruptive technologies and shifting powers to the consumer, changing the modus operandi of how value is delivered in the supply chain is essential to staying on top.

To stay on top, the pragmatic transformation of the business is a must. Hence, the need to collaborate to manage the transformation due to multiple and diverse stakeholders.

ISC 2018 throws light on how business model, strategy and governance fit in together and how new behaviours can be proactively designed to embark on a transformational journey without impeding business.

Expected attendees
ISC 2018 is aimed at professionals from the food, spice and herb industries, the ingredient manufacturing, fragrance and flavour industries, farmers, processors, traders, testing and regulatory authorities, members of associations engaged in food and allied services, the hospitality industry and relevant government functionaries.

This would be an ideal platform for the attendees to network with experts from all over the world.

AISEF celebrated its silver jubilee in the year 2016 and marked the milestone by conducting the first International Spice Conference in Goa in January 2016. It was a grand success and brought the entire global spice fraternity under one roof.

There were more than 50 speakers and 35 exhibitors at the second edition of the prestigious event, which was conducted in Kovalam in February 2017 and attended by over 800 delegates from 45 nations.
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