GOED Exchange 2020 open for registration

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The GOED Exchange is open for registrations, and will feature presentations from a NY Times best-selling author, updates on the latest science around omega-3s for brain health, and consumer insights data.

The biennial event for omega-3 professionals will take place February 4-6, 2020 in Barcelona, Spain at the Hotel Arts.

The 2020 Exchange has the theme of “stimulating growth in the omega-3 industry”, and brings together thought leaders and the brightest minds in the omega-3s industry, for conversation, networking and education.

Featured sessions include:

• New York Times best-selling author Seth Stephens-Davidowitz explaining what your customers’ Google searches tell you about how they think

• Important omega-3 scientific updates on the latest brain and cognitive health research as well as a landmark study about to be published on omega-3s and dose-response in cardiovascular outcomes

• A comprehensive presentation on consumer insights and market dynamics and how they can stimulate growth in the omega-3 category

• A special interactive “omega-3 sensory experience” session

• A presentation looking at “tele-medicine” and how the medical paradigm is changing

• Plus, sessions on omega-3 policy, supply chain issues and much more

For more information, visit goed-exchange.com​  or email rkpunatr@tbrqbzrtn3.pbz​.

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