The Global Organization for EPA and DHA Omega-3s (GOED) has officially opened registration for its premiere biennial omega-3 industry event, GOED Exchange 2018. The event, which takes place February 6-8 in Seattle, Washington, is open to anyone involved in the omega-3 industry and is designed to examine issues and controversies in the omega-3 market as well as highlight the progress that has been made. Topics featured at the upcoming Exchange include:
- Trust and the Media
- Clarifying the Controversies in the Omega-3 Industry
- What Do Consumers Think about Omega-3s
- Omega-3 Science: Where Are the Research Gaps
- Omega-3 Influencers: Today and Tomorrow
GOED Executive Director Adam Ismail commented on the conference, “We develop our content with the intent to help each and every business in omega-3 space, whether you're interested in the latest science, new market research or a novel way to think about marketing or innovation.” The Exchange is also known for its exceptional networking, bringing together a specialized audience to learn from the experts, exchange ideas and move their businesses forward.
New this year is a Media Training workshop that will be offered the day before the main conference opens. The interactive workshop is designed to teach attendees how to prepare for interviews, anticipate questions and develop key messages, how to handle difficult or challenging questions and how to break down omega-3 science into media friendly messaging.
To see the complete agenda and to register, visit www.goedexchange.com.
The Global Organization for EPA and DHA Omega-3s (GOED) is a trade association representing approximately 200 companies worldwide active in the EPA and DHA omega-3 industry. GOED’s membership includes all segments of the omega-3 supply chain from fishing and seafood companies, to refiners, supplement manufacturers, food and beverage marketers and pharmaceutical companies. GOED's members agree to adhere to product quality and ethical standards that are as strict, or more strict, than any set of regulations in the world. GOED focuses specifically on addressing the insufficient consumption of EPA and DHA in the human diet by promoting global consumption of EPA and DHA and protecting the consumer by making sure members produce quality products.