TSG Advisory: Events

TSG Attending CPDA’s 2013 Annual Meeting (July 22-24, 2013)

Technology Sciences Group Inc. (TSG) will send Dr. Beth Mileson as a representative to the 2013 Council of Producers and Distributors of Agrotechnology (CPDA) Annual Meeting. The 2013 Annual Meeting will provide a number of opportunities to network and connect with colleagues and discuss important issues impacting industry. Topics of discussion include:

The Canadian system for the registration of agricultural chemicals;

Factors affecting the future of inert ingredients;

Challenges and opportunities in the global agricultural chemical markets seen from the perspective of a panel of industry executives;

The global sustainability of agriculture;

Grower demand for generic pesticides in Canada; and

The current state of the global agrichemical and seed industry.

The Meeting will also have several roundtable discussions on important topics for the inert ingredients, adjuvants and generic pesticides industry. In addition, CPDA will host a Welcome Reception on Monday, July 22, and its Annual Awards Banquet on July 23.

To register for the 2013 CPDA Annual Conference, please click  here.

For more information, please Contact TSG.

About TSG
Technology Sciences Group Inc. (TSG) provides state, federal and international expertise on a wide range of scientific and regulatory issues. With experts in regulatory affairs, chemistry, toxicology, ecotoxicology, residue and metabolism, environmental fate, efficacy and risk assessment, TSG provides services in support of the registration, compliance and defense of chemically related products. Our clients include chemical, pesticide, consumer product, food, personal care and animal health companies, as well as industry groups, trade associations and law firms.

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