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DunhamTrimmer's, Bill Dunham and Mark Trimmer Are Invited Speakers at the Biopesticide Conference Organized by Informa in Raleigh, NC on August 7-8, 2013
Date:8/2/2013

m" onclick="linkClick(this.href)">http://www.dunhamtrimmer.com) is the brainchild of Bill Dunham and Mark Trimmer who are veterans of the crop protection and biological control industry with a combined experience of more than 60 years. Bill and Mark determined that what this rapidly growing market segment needed was a central place to find reliable industry information and analysis from trusted professionals who understand the biocontrol industry and market.

William Dunham has more than 36 years international agribusiness experience in the seed, biotechnology, crop protection, and biopesticide businesses. Bill 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. Most recently, Bill was responsible for designing and implementing international business plans at AgraQuest which led to thriving growth for their biopesticide products in international markets. In 2007, Bill launched his own company and has been providing expert assistance to biological control companies in development and commercial product launches throughout the world. International Bio Consultants. Connect with Bill on Linkedin.

Mark Trimmer has more than 25 years of experience in research, product development, registration, technical service, and technology licensing in the crop protection industry. Mark led international product development at American Cyanamid and successfully delivered numerous new product registrations. At BASF, he led new technology acquisition for the agriculture division and successfully negotiated development agreements on several new products. Most recently, Mark led R&D efforts at a biological startup company, NutraPark, and successfully developed no
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