Fuel Ethanol Workshop Coming to Milwaukee

The Wisconsin Corn Promotion Board is a sponsor of the Fuel Ethanol Workshop that will be held in Milwaukee June 20-23.


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FEW and National Advanced Biofuels Events Co-Located


Largest Gathering of

Biofuels Professionals in 2016

 


Join Biofuels Presenters, Professionals and Producers Under One Roof.

 

Producers Receive Two Free Passes Per Production Facility
Ethanol, Biodiesel, Advanced Biofuels/Biochemical, Cellulosic

 

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7 Facts About Attending the

World’s Largest Ethanol Conference

 

  1. You’ll Join More Than 2,000 Professionals Focused on Ethanol
    Be a part of the largest gathering of ethanol professionals in the world. The best ethanol industry products and services will be there.
  2. Producers will be Attending
    During the Last Three Years, 400+ Producers, Representing 87% of U.S. Capacity Attended Each Year.
  3. Four Focused Sessions
    With four tracks focused on Production & Operations, Leadership & Financial Management, Coproducts & Product Diversification and Cellulosic & Advanced Ethanol, you’ll be able to go in-depth on the topics that best interest you.
  4. Strong Business Connections
    Based on our surveys, 95% of attendees connect with the right people and make business deals happen.
  5. Multiple Networking Sessions
    As an attendee, you’ll meet people and share your experience, products and/or services multiple times throughout the show.
  6. Conference Social Media Site
    You’ll be able to gain access to attendees and communicate with them directly on Ethanol Connect, a Social media site exclusive only to conference attendees.
  7. Food and Drinks are Included
    As an attendee of the conference you’ll enjoy breakfast, lunch and dinner in the expo hall. In addition to food, the bar in the expo hall will be open.

 


“The FEW is a good event for producers like myself for generating ideas on how to make my plant run even better than it does.”
Tom Hilpipre, Valero

“The FEW is the best place in the fuel alcohol industry to meet and network with vendors, suppliers and plant personnel.”
Pat Hogan, Glacial Lakes Energy LLC

“The conference is for industry members to get together and strengthen the industry.”
Ryan Taylor, Perten Instruments, Inc.

At the 2015 event in Minneapolis
99% of attendees made valuable contacts
94% of exhibitors would return
97% of exhibitors rated positive ROI
95% of exhibitors rated the traffic high quality

Attendees Represented
45 U.S. States 4 Canadian Provinces 25 Countries

Connect with 2000+ industry professionals
focused on the ethanol industry!


 


For more information about exhibiting or sponsoring, contact Marty Steen, Andrea Anderson or Austin Maatz.


Marty Steen
701-738-4934
msteen@bbiinternational.com

Andrea Anderson
701-738-4972
aanderson@bbiinternational.com

Austin Maatz
701-738-4972
amaatz@bbiinternational.com

 

 

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