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USDEC's Global Dairy Outlook: 2011

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11/16/10 2:00 pm to 11/16/11 2:00 pm EST
Contact: Jamie Tunison


The U.S. Dairy Export Council is back with its 4th annual “State of the Industry” outlook call! Join us for our yearly look around the corner at the drivers and dynamics of the global dairy business – and what to expect in the year ahead. Coming off a year of stronger markets and improved export sales, our expert panelists will present a lively dialogue about the major factors shaping the world dairy sector and whether 2011 holds similar promise.

Webinar Highlights include:
  • Factors driving dairy markets in 2010 … and into 2011
  • An expert panel discussion on dairy pricing trends
  • A chance to join the discussion with our expert panelists
  • Special Bonus: This webinar will feature the live presentation of the 2010 “Tom Camerlo Exporter of the Year” Award, selected by Dairy Foods.

Dalyn Dye, President and CEO, Hoogwegt U.S.
Dalyn has worked his entire career (30 years) in the food and dairy industries. For 13 years (1979-1992), he worked for the J.M. Swank Company, Inc., in various senior management roles. For the past 18 years, Dalyn has worked for Hoogwegt U.S., Inc., in various senior management roles including product manager of dry milk powders, commercial vice president and, for the past nine years, president and CEO.
Phil Plourd, President, Blimling & Associates
Phil Plourd combines curiosity, understanding of economics and love of the written word to produce a wealth of materials for Blimling and Associates. He also works extensively with clients to help develop and execute risk management strategies. Phil has led numerous outlook sessions and hedging workshops from coast-to-coast and around the world. He is chairman and president of the Blimling companies and a graduate of Fordham University.
Jon Hauser, Editor/publisher,
In the 1980s Dr. Jonathan Hauser began his career as a research manager in Bunge’s Australian grain processing operations. He soon found that this business was driven by international market forces and has since been a student of global agribusiness economics and strategy. From 1998 to 2005 Jon worked with Australian dairy processor Burra Foods as general manager. Over the past five years Jon has worked as a dairy industry analyst and consultant. He has also had an active involvement in the Australian dairy co-operative sector as a CEO and director. More recently Jon has turned his attention to the development of, a website that reports news, data and comment for the global dairy industry. Xcheque’s focus is on the economics of milk and dairy production at a local and a global scale.
Marc Beck, Senior Vice President of Export Marketing, U.S. Dairy Export Council
Marc joined the U.S. Dairy Export Council in 1997 to head up the organization’s marketing department, with the responsibility of further developing and communicating USDEC’s marketing and promotional campaigns worldwide. He has an extensive background in international business development including various executive positions devising new market entry strategies and transactional experiences in sales and marketing of food products and agricultural commodities.

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