2017: Debrecen

5th AGRIMBA-AVA Congress INVITATION + AGRIMBA Board meeting

Dear Friends, Dear AGRI-MBA network members and partners, Dear APSTRACT authors!


I am pleased to inform you that the 5th AGRIMBA-AVA Congress and AGRIMBA Board Meeting will be held in Debrecen, Hungary, between 19 and 24 June 2017.

It is my great pleasure to invite you to join us at this event, where, in addition to introducing our latest scientific achievements, we can also celebrate together the 10th anniversary of the scientific journal APSTRACT.

The first AGRIMBA-AVA Congress was held in Debrecen, Hungary in 2009, followed by other congresses in the Netherlands in 2011, Montenegro in 2013, and Croatia in 2015. The AGRIMBA-AVA Congress returns to Debrecen, Hungary this year, and two years later will move to another host country.

The three "A"s: AGRIMBA, AVA-CONGRESS, and APSTRACT are becoming more and more popular and well known all around the word. I sincerely believe that it is worth joining our event, where, in addition to gaining professional experience, you can also experience the inimitable Hungarian hospitality. The 5th AGRIMBA-AVA Congress offers both professional and uniquely Hungarian surprises. You can get to know the flora and fauna of the Hortobágy National Park – the Puszta UNESCO World Heritage Centre, the unique bird life of Tisza River, and taste the wines of Eger during the study tour. I trust enough has been said to arouse your interest!

Please visit our website and register now! Your scientific paper, after the usual peer review process, will be published in the scientific journal APSTRACT. I cordially invite you to register now on the Congress homepage (see below). It will be a great honor for me to welcome you to our event. See you in Debrecen!

The website of the Congress:



Sincerely yours:

Prof. Dr. AndrásNábrádi


Wageningen University and Research
Social Sciences Group
Agricultural Economics and Rural Policy Group
Wageningen, the Netherlands

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