Kemin Industries South Asia hosted the first of its kind virtual event ‘Transformation of Enzyme Technology in Animal Nutrition – TET Summit’ on Wednesday, 17th November, 2021 to deliberate on the recent advancements and prospects of enzyme applications with the focus on nutritional efficiency and health of poultry, layer, ruminant and aquaculture in 2021.
This event has recorded 1187 registrations & 608 participants across the globe. A key highlight of the event, it had 12 sessions, 7 international speakers, 4 species & 3 virtual booths. Kemin has started the Transformation of Enzyme Technology (TET) in the year 2020 and TET Evolve is the second edition in the series. TET has been a benchmark event for the animal feed industry in South Asia and this year was no exception and participants experienced yet another immersive virtual event.
Kemin invited around 10 practitioners working across diverse sectors within the animal health and enzyme portfolio which enabled TET to go beyond borders and get global representations. The TET Evolve Summit 2021 opened with a warm welcome note from Dr. Chris Nelson, President & CEO, Kemin Industries Inc., the USA for the general session followed by Suresh Kumar. R, President-Kemin Industries South Asia Private Limited.
In parallel, there were panel discussions after every session which gave opportunities to delegates and participants to deepen their exploration of enzyme applications to work further with distinct dynamics and critical insights.
Through TET Summit, Kemin was able to bring together renowned speakers and moderators to provide their respective expertise helping us holistically deliver the recent advancements and prospects of enzyme applications with the focus on nutritional efficiency and health of poultry, ruminant, and aquaculture in 2021 and beyond.
The Transformation of Enzyme Technology in Animal Nutrition-TET Summit-2021 has been a wonderful experience for the Kemin South Asia team, as well as for the participants from the industry. The event has drawn the attention of the industry to Kemin, and indirectly supports Kemin to conduct such similar events in the future.