ATLANTA, Georgia — June 15, 2021 — Registration is now open with early bird savings available for Poultry Tech Summit, scheduled for Oct. 30-Nov. 1, at the Georgia Tech Hotel & Conference Center in Atlanta, Georgia. The 2022 event will be held in person for the first time in nearly 3 years.

“Keeping up with newly developed technologies and scientific innovations for poultry production and processing continues to be vital for the advancement of our industry,” said Terrence O’Keefe, content director, WATT Global Media. “Poultry Tech Summit helps speed this process by showcasing breakthrough ideas for new applications, and provides an avenue to discuss and collaborate on solutions to the challenges poultry supply chain is facing.”

This event is the only one of its kind being offered to connect researchers and entrepreneurs with poultry sector technology experts, financiers, venture capitalists and producers looking for new projects and investments to fund. Poultry Tech Summit will showcase innovations and technologies in the categories of robotics and automation, food safety, big data and artificial intelligence, and life sciences.

The diverse lineup of confirmed speakers and panelists include Tristan Bond, machine learning engineer, AgriNerds; Lilong Chai, PhD, assistant professor and poultry engineering specialist, University of Georgia; Kimberly A. Livingston, PhD, chief research officer, Optum Immunity; Mark Maxwell, CEO, Agrimesh Technologies; Silke Schantz, procurement manager, Exceldors; Mike Shindelar, CEO, DP Techlink; Gina Sloan, PhD, CEO, Sloan Biologics; Menashe Tamir, CEO, Eshet Eilon; Andre Tatar, project manager, Salvus LLC; and Jordan Williams, director, Technical Services, Safe Food Corporation.

The conference will bring together industry-changing innovators, researchers, start-up companies, investors and leading poultry producers to learn, discuss and network on the very latest in biology, engineering and business. Attendees will also have the opportunity to exchange ideas on the current and future needs of the poultry industry.

Early bird registration is available until Sept. 30 and provides attendees the opportunity to save $200. For more information about the 2022 Poultry Tech Summit visit, PoultryTechSummit.com.

Contact:
Lynzee Branstetter, Forum Marketing Coordinator
t. +1.815.966.5521 | e. events@wattglobal.com