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Bill Dunham and Mark Trimmer, DunhamTrimmer LLC and 2B Monthly, Will Be Attending the Annual Biocontrol Industry Meeting (ABIM) in Basel, Switzerland on October 21-23
Date:10/21/2013

(PRWEB) October 21, 2013

Annual Biocontrol Industry Meeting, Basel, Switzerland, organized by the International Biocontrol Manufacturers Association (IBMA) and the Research Institute of Organic Agriculture (FiBL). The prime international meeting on biocontrol, the 8th annual gathering will be held in a new location in Basel, having outgrown the previous location in Lucerne.

About Bill Dunham: Bill has more than 35 years international agribusiness experience in the seed, biotechnology, crop protection, and biopesticide businesses. Bill has successfully developed and launched crop protection products in more than 50 countries while leading international marketing projects at BASF, American Cyanamid, DeKalb Seeds, ICI, and Stauffer Chemical Company. In 2003 Bill joined AgraQuest VP of International Business and was responsible for designing and implementing international business plans which led to thriving growth for their biopesticide products in international markets. In 2007, Bill launched his own consulting company, International Bio Consultants LLC, which is focused on providing world class global project management for its clients in the biopesticide market. Subsequently in 2011 Bill and Dr. Mark Trimmer co-founded DunhamTrimmer LLC, the premier market research company for the biopesticide and biostimulant industries. In April of 2013 DunhamTrimmer and New Ag International jointly launched the 2BMonthly Newsletter providing the latest news on the biopesticide/biostimulant industries. With three businesses focused on biopesticides and biostimulants, Bill is a renowned expert on those industries. He has contributed to numerous articles and conferences on those industries.

About Mark Trimmer: Mark Trimmer has more than 25 years of exper
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