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7th Conference of EIHA to be held in May
19
Jan '10
The EIHA Conference is now established as the largest meeting of experts on industrial hemp in Europe and indeed world - wide.

Event: 7th Conference of the European Industrial Hemp Association (EIHA)
Date: May 26th-27th, 2010.
Venue: Wesseling near Cologne, Germany.

Specialists from all over the world will meet in order to exchange information regarding the latest developments in hemp and in other natural fibres and moreover on the applications for fibres, shivs, seeds and oil. Participants will range from cultivation consultants, primary and further processors, traders, mechanical engineers and investors to numerous small and medium-sized enterprises and to international automotive companies and suppliers. They all share a common interest in the utilisation of hemp fibres, shivs and seeds. The conference language will be English. We expect 150 international participants.

If you would like to present your latest products, technologies or developments, book a stand and a bulletin board now for only 200 EUR (plus 19% VAT).

Call for Papers
If you would like to present your latest products, technologies or developments, please send us the title and an abstract of your presentation as soon as possible. Please bear in mind that all participants are experts and specialists within this field. We are primarily interested in new and sophisticated topics concerning hemp, natural fibres, technologies and their applications. The time for presentations will be about 20 minutes plus 10 minutes for discussion. Please send your proposal to Dominik Vogt (dominik.vogt@nova-institut.de).

Further information
For non- members the fee for participation is 400 EUR plus 19% VAT (including lunches, snacks and dinner buffet). EIHA members are also required to pay this fee but they will get a credit voucher of 100 EUR which will be deducted from the EIHA Membership fee for 2011. We are most grateful for the support of our sponsor Hempro GmbH & Co. KG (www.hempro.com) and the News Portal on Renewable Resources(www.renewable-resources.de).

Don't miss the world's largest event on Industrial Hemp in 2010!

European Industrial Hemp Association (EIHA)

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