Before and during the VIV MEA 2023 show in November, a number of engaging and interesting webinars and conferences were lined up to bring useful industry insights to the fore. Experienced and well-qualified professionals are invited to share their knowledge and speak on relevant topics. The carefully curated seminars make for a perfect platform to build professional relationships and to have real-time conversations. Keep watching this space for upcoming seminars and to go back to the ones happened recently.


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FAVA (Federation of Asian Veterinary Association) in association with EVA (Emirates Veterinary Association) and VIV MEA is organized a seminar on One Health approach on Antimicrobial Stewardship (AMS) in livestock production by ensuring feed and food safety.

PMRT - Poultry Marketing round table

The Middle East is enduring a severe economic crisis since more than 3 years. This crisis is not restricted to Covid19 but complicated with conflicts and money availability that is affecting the poultry sector too.
It’s time to understand how to manage during such difficult times. How to live with it without being hurt. To find out the best ways, to set rules, to manage and to market despite the crisis. Watch the session by  MEAP, VIV MEA, WATT Media (In alphabetic order) now.

Biosecurity in the UAE poultry industry

Biosecurity is elementary for food production, especially when it comes to meat (products). This webinar focused on the various elements that make up a safety network for the poultry industry.

Challenges and opportunities UAE aquaculture industry

The webinar elaborates on how to boost the production of seafood within the context of limited fresh water resources and the need to sustain ecological coastal systems.

Challenges and opportunities for the UAE poultry industry

Speakers and panelists elaborate on the many aspects involved in UAE’s goal for doubling their local poultry production, like automation, food safety, costs control, changing consumer behavior.