As global partner,
iba will be present at the International Baking Industry Exposition (IBIE) and
contribute with a lecture and via a panel discussion to knowledge transfer from
the industry for the industry. IBIE in Las Vegas will take place from 17-21
September 2022 and will bring together all segments of the grain-based food
industry supply chain.
iba 2023 in Munich will be the long-awaited reunion and international hub for the whole baking industry. Not only trends, innovations, premieres, and solutions but also giving back is part of iba’s identity and characteristic. The German Bakers’ Confederation and Susann Seidemann, Director of iba, will be supporting the global baking industry in Las Vegas as partner and with live talks on Monday 19th of September 2022.
“Contributing to the supporting programme at IBIE is a special event for us as iba. It is another milestone in our long-standing partnership and the first joint live event after more than two years. iba always stood for networking and knowledge transfer – even in 2021 we offered a digital platform to connect and exchange worldwide. Being back in the trade fair halls in Las Vegas in person is our next stop on the road to iba. After that, we are counting days to welcoming IBIE as a partner in Munich in 2023, when iba finally takes place live again,” states Seidemann.
iba as the world's leading trade fair for the baking and confectionery industry is the international meeting spot for the global community. With its location and presentation of the trade fair in Munich, Germany, iba also has a special feature: It has its roots in the traditional German bakery trade and represents this in the halls on site. Daniel Schneider, Secretary General of the German Bakers’ Confederation, will give an insight into the German market in Las Vegas and share his expertise with the international visitors. He will give a lecture on “Dealing with Cost Increases in the German Bakery Trade - presented by iba”. With the presentation, Daniel Schneider will address topics that are currently of concern to the industry in the face of global inflation.