Cash In to Cash Out

Addressing the challenges in the global sugar industry with access to the most relevant insights and analysis across the entire supply chain.

Cash In to Cash Out

Join top global experts in person in London, Clyde & Co offices at The St Botolph Building 13th October 2020

The second Global Sugar Summit, presented by Sugaronline, “the place to be” during London Sugar Week 2020, brings together 100 of the top global sugar industry executives for an exclusive event in an intimate setting at Clyde & Co, London and livestreamed on a pay-per-view basis to more than 1,000 industry professionals around the world.

Exclusive content for the taking

Access the latest and most relevant insights and analysis from top speakers around the globe. You’ll discover their views, debates, agendas, innovations and analysis from the comfort of your own desk, office or conference room.

  • S&D market overviews from all major producing regions
  • Innovations in technology from production to bioeconomy
  • The use of data—big and small—to improve trade
  • More to be announced soon!

Influential speakers

We thought a lot about who we wanted to help shape the first African Sugar Summit. That’s why we invited not only the old favourites but also newer faces in the industry who, together, will help you understand the new stories, agendas and innovations happening all around us.

Dr. Rebecca Harding | Coriolis Technologies

Dr. Rebecca Harding is an independent economist specialising in trade and trade finance and CEO of Coriolis Technologies, providing data as a service to the trade and trade finance space. She is the co-author of the acclaimed “The Weaponization of Trade: The Great Unbalancing of Policy and Economics” and “Gaming Trade: Win-Win Strategies for the Digital Era.” She frequently appears on Ian King Live, Sky News, BBC World and BBC Radio 5 live, Newsnight and Radio 4 and is cited in the Broadsheet press, including recent articles in the Financial Times, Telegraph and CityAM. Rebecca is a member of the World Trade Board. She advises the Council of the Society of Professional Economists and until February 2017 was the Chief Economist of the British Bankers’ Association. Her senior roles in business and academic institutions include Founder and CEO of Delta Economics, CEO of Equant Analytics, Senior Fellow at London Business School, Global CEO of the Global Entrepreneurship Monitor, Head of Corporate Research at Deloitte, Chief Economist at the Work Foundation, Senior Lecturer at the Science Policy Research Unit and currently a Fellow at Offenburg Institute for Trade and Innovation. She was a Specialist Advisor to the Treasury Select Committee and Chief Economic Advisor to the All Party Parliamentary Group on Entrepreneurship.

Our sponsors

A major opportunity but also a challenge, so we’ve ensured that some of the top companies, suppliers and producers working in and with the sugar market support the event so you know whom you can trust. Are you one of those major companies?

Then get in touch with us about the exciting sponsorship opportunities available, but in the meantime, download the packages here :

Previous Event Highlights!

Agenda - Morning

Opening 9am

A WARM WELCOME

Meghan Sapp, Manager Director and Editor, Sugaronline

Opening 9am

MARKET OVERVIEW 9:05am

ISO QUARTERLY DATA RELEASE

José Orive, Executive Director, International Sugar Organisation

MARKET OVERVIEW 9:05am

MARKET OVERVIEW 9:20

GLOBAL MARKET

Kona Haque, Director of Research, ED&F Man

MARKET OVERVIEW 9:20

ANALYSIS 9:44

FX AND SUGAR

Eddie Tofpik, Head of Technical Analysis, ADMISI

ANALYSIS 9:44

PANEL DISCUSSION 9:45

RUMBLE IN GENEVA: WTO PANEL DISCUSSION AMONG INDIA, BRAZIL, AUSTRALIA AND GUATEMALA

With Brazil, Australia, Thailand, Guatemala and others filing a formal complaint against India over its sugar subsidies at the World Trade Organisation, leaders from these key countries will take to the stage to discuss the issues, the progress behind the scenes in Geneva and where this dispute may lead.

PANEL DISCUSSION 9:45

BREAK 10:30

COFFE BREAK

A chance to strech your legs and network with your peers. 

BREAK 10:30

Agenda - Mid Morning

MARKET OVERVIEW 11:00

CHINA

Frank Lee, CEO, Link Commodities

MARKET OVERVIEW 11:00

MARKET OVERVIEW 9:05am

ISO QUARTERLY DATA RELEASE

José Orive, Executive Director, International Sugar Organisation

MARKET OVERVIEW 9:05am

MARKET OVERVIEW 9:20

GLOBAL MARKET

Kona Haque, Director of Research, ED&F Man

MARKET OVERVIEW 9:20

ANALYSIS 9:44

FX AND SUGAR

Eddie Tofpik, Head of Technical Analysis, ADMISI

ANALYSIS 9:44

PANEL DISCUSSION 9:45

RUMBLE IN GENEVA: WTO PANEL DISCUSSION AMONG INDIA, BRAZIL, AUSTRALIA AND GUATEMALA

With Brazil, Australia, Thailand, Guatemala and others filing a formal complaint against India over its sugar subsidies at the World Trade Organisation, leaders from these key countries will take to the stage to discuss the issues, the progress behind the scenes in Geneva and where this dispute may lead.

PANEL DISCUSSION 9:45

BREAK 10:30

COFFE BREAK

A chance to strech your legs and network with your peers. 

BREAK 10:30

Summit on Demand

Access to the Summit On Demand for the Global Sugar Summit 2019 is now included for all Sugar Pro, Exec, Trader and Trader+ members as part of their membership packages.

Not a Sugar Pro, Exec, Trader and Trader+ member? See our Membership Plans

Well done on organising and hosting/chairing a very good and novel event.  It worked!!  There was some very interesting content and some of it certainly stirred up opinions amongst panel members, particularly the last session on sugar and health!

Jonathan Innes, Booker Tate

It’s always a pleasure to support competent women with such good ideas as you have. You can count on me for spreading the word!

Geraldine Kutas, UNICA

You did a very fine job, and talking to various people afterwards the overall feedback is that it was a cut well above the usual conference. Congratulations!

Jim Cessford

Thanks once again for putting on a super summit in London and for the invite, it was exactly what the market and what London needed and I felt it went extremely well.

Andrew Kerr, OCR Commodities

I thought it was an innovative day of great presentations and thought-provoking debates.! The idea to live-stream the whole day was a great idea.

Howard Jenkins, ADMISI

The Summit went really well – certainly from my viewpoint via Twitter! 

Julie Lommi, ASMC

Well done on organising and hosting/chairing a very good and novel event.  It worked!!  There was some very interesting content and some of it certainly stirred up opinions amongst panel members, particularly the last session on sugar and health!

Jonathan Innes, Booker Tate

Compared to other conferences, in my experience, this was very well organised. The site, hostesses, services, presentations were all of high quality. Congratulations!

Gabor Klauser, Austrion

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