Webinar: Innovation in feed enzymes - Unmet needs
Frost&Sullivan is hosting a (free) online webinar for enzyme manufacturers and entrepreneurs in the sector coming Tuesday, 17 August at 11.00 hrs Eastern Time (US).
Feed additive markets are currently in a flux due to a decrease in compound feed production in the developed regions of Western Europe and North America. It is becoming extremely important for enzyme manufacturers to become cost competitive.
There are few innovations happening in the market such as heat stability, improved specific activity of phytases, and new NSP enzymes like mannase.
This webinar covers research on improving enzyme specificity and key problems associated with bringing them out into the commercial arena.
It also covers the usage of enzymes as environment improvers and the opportunities for enzymes to be a part of the global GHG emission reduction effort.
This briefing will benefit enzyme manufacturers and those that are diversifying their product portfolio in the feed additives sector.
Companies planning on entering the feed enzyme sector will benefit with identification of unmet and therefore immediate market requirements, greatly accelerating their growth.
Poised for growth
"Feed enzyme manufacturers are poised for greater growth with rationalized production processes, increased specific activity of key enzymes and increased functionality of enzymes to be applied in pelleted feeds,” says Kaushik Ramakrishnan Shankar, Senior Research Analyst for Frost & Sullivan's Chemicals, Materials & Food Group and speaker at the webinar.
“Due to a decrease in underlying compound feed production, they have to be innovative in positioning their products directly to farmers or find alternative, institutional means of increasing application of their products," he adds.
How to attend
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