On April 1, DAO.EU became part of Nui Markets. DAO.EU is the only independent digital brokerage marketplace. In 2021 alone, DAO.EU saw 44,595,106 Pounds (20,228 MT) of European dairy commodities traded online.
To keep the momentum going, we'd like to introduce you to Nui Markets North America - an open marketplace for dairy commodity trading in North America.
Nui Markets North America will bring together a collection of US buyers, sellers and traders of dairy commodities to efficiently source or sell dairy products from anywhere, at any time.
ADPI 2022 Joint Annual Conference
Nui Markets will be attending the American Dairy Products Institute (ADPI) 2022 Joint Annual Conference in Chicago. The theme is "Where The Dairy Industry Does Business." The event gathers over 1,100+ attendees to gain insight into current trends, projected developments, industry knowledge, and networking. This event provides an opportunity to meet with like-minded individuals who share our passion for the dairy trade and technology.
Reach out to connect with us at ADPI. We'd love to tell you more about Nui Markets North America.
Who will represent Nui at ADPI?
Kevin O'Sullivan: Kevin is the co-founder and CEO of Nui. He is an experienced financial market professional in brokering and foreign exchange trading. A highly motivated entrepreneur, Kevin has a deep understanding of international trading markets, combined with experience in business leadership, people management and strategic direction. To book a meeting with Kevin at ADPI, click here.
Jonathan Spurway: Jonathan is the Head of Sales for Nui North America. Originally from Auckland, New Zealand, he started his career in the dairy industry, working for Fonterra Group Cooperative. With over 17 years of experience in the agricultural and value-added ingredients sector, Jonathan worked across the globe in technical and commercial capacities, spending time in the Americas, North Asia, China, Southeast Asia and Europe. To book a meeting with Jonathan at ADPI, click here.
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