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May 8, 2024
Registration opens for USApple Outlook

Registration has opened for USApple’s Outlook 2024 crop production and outlook conference.

The event is scheduled for Aug. 14-16 in Chicago.

It is designed to allow participants to connect and collaborate with leaders from every area of the apple industry, including production, packing, processing, sales, marketing, and new product development. In addition, the program will showcase diverse speakers and topics, growers and apple business leaders from across the nation, and the always anticipated crop forecast, according to a news release.

USApple logo“The must-attend event for apple industry leaders! No other conference brings together this expert cohort of apple industry executives to discuss critical issues,” organizers said in a news release.

Conference Registration Includes access to all education sessions, admission to Wednesday night’s dinner cruise, networking breaks throughout the conference, lunch and Happy Hour on Thursday and breakfast on Friday.

Wednesday night’s Welcome Reception dinner cruise is scheduled to officially kick-off the conference aboard The Spirit of Chicago, departing from Navy Pier. Conference attendees will enjoy an evening of amazing views, dinner, and fireworks.

Conference highlights include:

  • Core Connect business meetings
  • Welcome reception
  • Sessions
  • Networking breakfast

For more information, visit here.


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