Nusa Dua, Bali is the destination for the 2019 Conference
Annually our global membership gathers somewhere in the world; the destination is part of the experience. It gives our delegates an opportunity to visit different parts of the world, experience different cultures, converse with essential oil producers and dealers, share information and rekindle and form new relationships in person.
It gives us immense pleasure to share with you that Bali, Indonesia is the chosen destination for the 2019 IFEAT Conference. We would like to extend a heartfelt invitation to all of you to join us for the upcoming edition of this globally collaborative platform.
Set amidst the exotic beauty of Bali Indonesia, IFEAT 2019 promises the opportunity for peers from across the globe to not only spend quality time to refresh and strengthen relationships but to share topics and challenges of mutual interest. As you are aware, tremendous efforts are being made in every sphere of the Fragrance and Flavour Ingredients industry. An IFEAT conference serves as an exchange for our distinguished colleagues to share their product offerings, market information, new research and future developments.
The theme for IFEAT 2019 is Naturals of Asia, with a focus on Indonesia, China, India and Vietnam. Located just below the equatorial waters of the Indian Ocean, Indonesia is one of the world’s most bio-diverse countries. The nation boasts a variety of essential oils that have been exported since colonial times.
The island, Bali, ticks all the boxes for an exotic panorama of forested volcanic mountains, iconic rice paddies, ornate temples, endless ribbons of virgin beaches and coral reefs. With stunning ocean views at every turn, thriving nightlife, bustling street shopping, hospitable people and rich culinary culture, Bali offers immersive experiences for everyone.
Our IFEAT in house staff and the IFEAT appointed local organising committee have been hard at work for the past two years organising what promises to be a memorable event for all, an IFEAT Conference that should not be missed.
The conference will be held from 29th September – 3rd October, 2019.
We look forward to welcoming you to Bali.
Stephen Pisano, Joint Chairman
Ravi Sanganeria, Joint Chairman
CALL FOR PAPERS
IFEAT 2019 Nusa Dua, Bali – 29th September to 3rd October 2019
The theme for Bali in 2019 is “Naturals of Asia” which will have a focus on the essential oils and ingredients from Australia, China, India, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, New Zealand, Singapore and Vietnam.
We invite you to submit an abstract of what you propose to present at the Nusa Dua, Bali conference. Presentation proposals accepted include scientific, technical or professional papers, lectures, workshops and panel discussions with experts. Joint presentations are welcome.
Of specific interest, views on topics or new developments regarding:
- Biodiversity in Indonesia and the surrounding countries
- Aromatic agricultural practice: developments and challenges, past, present, future
- Organic farming
- Developments in essential oils – past, present and future
- Aromatherapy in Asia – history, supply and demand
- Emerging essential oil markets
Presentations will be a maximum of 25 minutes (plus five minutes question time). You may submit more than one proposal but a maximum of three.
Please outline how you will ensure that your presentation is engaging, informative, educational and relevant to the F&F industry audience. Please note, you may not advertise or promote your company/organisation’s products or services in your presentation.
Abstract Proposal Due – no later than 28th February 2019.
Please download the Bali 2019 Call for Papers application form and submit your abstract proposal, speaker biography and head and shoulders photograph by 28th February 2019, to: Tina Carne, IFEAT Conference Programme Coordinator, by email to firstname.lastname@example.org
History of the 40 years of IFEAT!
Read Peter Greenhalgh’s “History of IFEAT” series. The full version in a book was given as a gift at the Athens Fortieth Anniversary Conference 2017. Each of these articles has been included in recent issues of IFEATWORLD.