June 19-20, 2023

About the event

Alltech ONE Dublin, set for June 19-20 at Croke Park Stadium, will focus on the “4 Cs” impacting global agriculture: climate, conflict, consumer and cost.

The iconic Croke Park Stadium is a historic sporting venue located in Dublin, Ireland, and is best known for being the home of Gaelic football, boasting an impressive size and electric atmosphere during major events.

Alltech ONE Dublin is one of the stops along the Alltech ONE World Tour, which is bringing the ideas and inspiration of our annual ONE Conference to communities throughout the world. We are excited to offer our European customers a chance to attend this one-of-a-kind event, where we will explore collaborative solutions to the greatest challenges facing the agri-food industry and unite changemakers and thought leaders to examine regional and local market trends in agriculture, business, health and nutrition.



About the venue

The Alltech ONE World Tour is coming to the iconic Croke Park Stadium in Dublin on June 19-20, 2023. Hotel accommodations are available at Croke Park Hotel and The Morrison Dublin hotel. Croke Park Hotel is nestled close to Dublin Airport and Dublin City Centre and is conveniently located just steps from the stadium. A short distance from the venue, the Morrison Dublin is a five-star hotel located in the heart of city centre on the banks of the River Liffey. We have secured blocks of rooms in both hotels to offer you the best available rates during the event. Click the “Book hotel” button in your confirmation email to secure your reservation now.



Monday, June 19


Fun Run


Registration and networking breakfast


Welcome and Introduction Cathal McCormack, Alltech Ireland Country Manager


Opening Keynote – Dr. Mark Lyons, Alltech President and CEO


Agriculture’s Role in Saving the Planet – Dr. Vaughn Holder, Director of Ruminant Research, Alltech; and Nikki Putnam Badding, Managing Director, Acutia


Coffee Break


The European Consumer – Drivers of Demand 2030 – Mairead McGuinness, European Commissioner for Financial Stability, Financial Services and the Capital Markets Union 


Succeeding Through Conflict – Dmitry Skornyakov, CEO, HarvEast




Species Tracks:

Track 1: Soil and Crop Track: Chaired by Dr. Richard Lally, Alltech Research Project Manager

Exploring Farm Management From Soil to Forage and Back Again 

Introduction – Dr. Richard Lally

The Secret Service: Benefits of the Soil and Plant Microbiome – Dr. Mary Jo Hurley, Assistant Agricultural Inspector, Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine

‘Fixing’ the Nitrogen Problem: Could Free Nitrogen be a Free Lunch? – Dr. Euan James, Research Leader, James Hutton Institute, Scotland

Green and Brown Gold: Protecting the Value of Your Grass, Silage and Manure Investment – Matthew Smith, Alltech Vice President; Dr. Laurann Byrne, Alltech Research Project Manager; and Dr. Kate LeCocq, PostDoc Harper Adams

Panel discussion with the following speakers from earlier tracks:

  • Dr. Mary Jo Hurley, Assistant Agricultural Inspector, Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine
  • Dr. Euan James, Research Assistant, James Hutton Institute, Scotland 
  • Matthew Smith, Alltech Vice President
  • Dr. Laurann Byrne, Alltech Research Project Manager
  • Dr. Kate LeCocq, PostDoc Harper Adams

Track 2: Animal Track: Chaired by Dr. Hazel Rooney, Alltech Technical Pig Coordinator 

Transforming Challenges Into Opportunities, From the Gut to the Grass 

Introduction – Dr. Hazel Rooney

Emissions Reduction for Agriculture: What are the Viable Options? – Will Streatfeild, Key Project Lead, Alltech E-CO2 

Reducing Disease Without Increased Resistance – Professor Fiona Walsh, Microbiologist, Maynooth University   

Breed to Feed: Fast-Tracking Breeding for More Efficient Animals – Dr. Julia Adriana Calderon Diaz, Genetic Services Specialist, PIC

The Bane of Methane: Reduction Potential Via Innovative Nutritional Strategies – Dr. Vaughn Holder, Director of Ruminant Research, Alltech 

Panel Discussion with the following speakers from earlier tracks:

  • Will Streatfeild, Key Project Lead, Alltech E-CO2
  • Professor Fiona Walsh, Microbiologist, Maynooth University    
  • Dr. Julia Adriana Calderon Diaz, Genetic Services Specialist, PIC 
  • Dr. Vaughn Holder, Director of Ruminant Research, Alltech  

Track 3: The Business Food and Farming: Chaired by James Brough, Ireland and UK General Manager, KEENAN

How Climate, Conflict, Consumers and Costs Will Shape Agricultures Future

Introduction – James Brough

Farming Electricity: The Biogas Opportunity – Dr. Patrick Ward, Europe and Asia-Pacific  Applications Manager, Alltech  

Data: The Answer to Profitable Sustainable Agriculture – Conan Condon, Head of Agri Analytics, Alltech

The Future of Sustainable Agriculture in a Changing World: How Independent Verification Ensures Transparency – Dr. Ruud (Rudolf) A. Overbeek, Senior Vice President, Corporate Development and Strategic Relationships at FoodChain ID

Bridging the Gap From Farmer to Consumer – Zoe Kavanagh, CEO, National Dairy Council


End of Presentation


Buses depart with attendees for hotel


Buses depart hotels for Pearse Lyons Distillery


Arrival to Pearse Lyons Distillery


Back to hotel

Tuesday, June 20


Registration and networking breakfast


Welcome and Highlights from Day 1 – Dr. Mark Lyons, Alltech President and CEO


Demonstrating the ROI of Sustainability: The Business Case of Sustainability, Policy Meets the Change Agenda – Tara McCarthy, Alltech Global Vice President of ESG  


The Metrics That Justify the Investment – Russel Smyth, KPMG Head of Sustainable Futures 


Findings of Alltech’s Global Value Chain Engagement Study – Holly Geraghty, Project Manager of Sustainability, Alltech 


Coffee Break


Our journey to Net Zero: the role of supply chain – Nina Prichard, Head of Sustainable and Ethical Sourcing for McDonald’s UK and Ireland


ARLA: How We Support and Influence Our Farming Members – Speaker TBC


Closing Remarks – Dr. Mark Lyons, Alltech President and CEO




Groups depart for tours – choice of three to visit:

  • Country Crest Farm – focusing on soil, crop, and beef 
  • Old Carton Farm – focusing on spring calving dairy herd 
  • Tour of Alltech Ireland, European Bioscience Centre 

*Times are subject to change



Dr. Mark Lyons

President and CEO, Alltech

Dr. Mark Lyons grew up in the Alltech business, having traveled with his father and Alltech’s founder, Dr. Pearse Lyons, from a young age to visit customers. With experience working in all regions and nearly all departments — before even officially joining Alltech — he has a deep and uniquely personal knowledge of the company. Based on Alltech’s belief that agriculture has the greatest potential to positively shape our world’s future, he launched the Planet of Plenty™ vision in 2019. He has called for collaboration to provide nutrition for all, revitalize local economies and replenish the planet’s natural resources.

Dr. Lyons began his career at Alltech focused on the development of the company’s core nutritional technologies. He spearheaded many critical projects, including simultaneously managing the establishment of a plant in Serbia and the creation of Alltech’s flagship yeast production facility in São Pedro, Brazil. He also spent nearly four years in Mexico rebuilding the company’s solid state fermentation plant in Serdán, which is one of the largest of its kind in the world.

Under his leadership as director of North America from 2009 to 2011, Alltech expanded its presence with the opening of new offices and a growing involvement in all agricultural sectors. In 2012, Dr. Lyons relocated to China, the world’s largest feed market, as part of Alltech’s focus on the Asia-Pacific region. Living in Beijing and traveling throughout the country, he led the Alltech China office and focused on building bridges between China and the wider industry through research, education and strategic initiatives.

Today, Dr. Lyons is based at Alltech’s headquarters in Kentucky, USA. He serves on the CLEAR Center Advisory Council and is active in many industry groups. Dr. Lyons has published papers and patents in areas ranging from enzyme production to global economics and is interested in the assurance of food safety and quality throughout the entire food chain.

Dr. Lyons received his bachelor’s degree in political science and environmental science in 1999 from the University of Chicago. He received his master’s degree in brewing and distilling in 2001, followed by a Ph.D. in the area of solid state fermentation, at Heriot-Watt University in Edinburgh in 2008. Dr. Lyons is fluent in Spanish, Portuguese, French and German, and he has a working knowledge of Mandarin.


Dmitry Skornyakov

CEO, HarvEast

Dmitry Skornyakov is the CEO of HarvEast, an agricultural holding group that owns and manages assets in the Crimea and the Donetsk Oblast province of Ukraine. The group’s focus areas include dairy farming and raising crops like wheat, sunflower, barley, grasses and corn. HarvEast oversees around 197 hectares of farmland and more than 17,500 head of livestock.

Skornyakov has more than 18 years of experience in various analytical and operational roles. Prior to joining HarvEast, he served as a senior manager at PricewaterhouseCoopers, a leading international audit firm. He has been with HarvEast since its establishment in 2011. Before being named CEO, he served as the company’s chief financial officer and, subsequently, as its chief operating officer, with special responsibilities related to production.

Skornyakov has published articles on various subjects in numerous outlets, including Bloomberg, Reuters, BBC, The Wall Street Journal, Deutsche Welle and the Associated Press.

Skornyakov holds a degree in finance and law and is a Certified Public Accountant (CPA). He has also participated in programs at INSAID and Harvard Business School.


Nikki Putnam Badding

Managing Director, Acutia

Nikki Putnam Badding is a registered dietitian and the director of human nutrition initiatives at Alltech. She is also the managing director of Acutia, a human health and wellness subsidiary of Alltech.

In her role at Alltech, Badding helps farmers and producers across the globe utilize consumer trends and behaviors and apply the lens of human nutrition to agricultural practices for the improved health of plants, animals and consumers. At Acutia, she oversees the organization’s business strategy and product development and manages company-wide operations. Badding is also a member of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics and an executive committee member of its practice group, Dietitians in Business and Communications.

Prior to joining Alltech, Badding worked as a dietitian for a large U.S. supermarket chain. She has also previously conducted research at the University of Kentucky, where she examined the food environment as a determinant for obesity, as well as community-based behavioral interventions focused on chronic disease prevention.

Badding holds a bachelor’s degree from Iowa State University, where she also completed a dietetic internship. She earned a master’s degree in nutritional science at the University of Kentucky and recently completed an executive development program through University College Dublin.


Ruud Overbeek

Senior Vice-President, Corporate Development & Strategic Relationships, FoodChain ID

Ruud Overbeek is the senior vice president for corporate development and strategic relationships at FoodChain ID. In this role, he is responsible for the company’s strategic growth through mergers and acquisitions. He also helps foster and maintain the foundational relationships that FoodChain ID has established with its key customers and partners. He is also a non-executive director at Edloomio BV.

Overbeek joined FoodChain ID through its acquisition of Decernis LLC, where he had been responsible for strategically leading the expansion of the company’s market position and outreach. He had also previously served on Decernis LLC’s board of directors. Prior to joining Decernis LLC, Overbeek served in various roles in companies across the industry, including as a global vice president at Intertek, as a vice president at Avantium, and as the technology development manager at ABB.

Overbeek holds bachelor’s and master’s degrees in chemistry, as well as a doctoral degree, all from Utrecht University.

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Zoe Kavanagh

CEO, National Dairy Council

Zoë Kavanagh is the CEO of the National Dairy Council (NDC), which champions the production of sustainable, quality, pasture-based dairy products, as well as their nutritional benefits. The NDC is particularly focused on serving as an advocate for Irish dairy farmers to ensure that they can continue producing world-class dairy while responding to the challenge of climate change.

Kavanagh has been at the helm of the NDC since 2011. In this role, she has been instrumental in marketing and promoting the Irish dairy industry and its grass-based production credentials. She has also led the effort to share a positive image of Irish dairy products and production with consumers to establish and grow their trust.

Kavanagh is highly active across the global dairy industry, sitting on the boards of the European Milk Forum (EMF) and the International Milk Promotion Group (IMP). She is also very involved with the Global Dairy Platform (GDP) and regularly represents the Irish dairy industry at conferences and events, both in Ireland and abroad.

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Dr. Euan James

Research Leader, James Hutton Institute

Dr. Euan James is a research leader at the James Hutton Institute, an interdisciplinary scientific research organization in Scotland that studies food and energy security, biodiversity and climate change. A plant and microbial scientist, Dr. James’ research has focused on studying root-nodulating symbiotic interactions. He is particularly interested in the interactions between legumes and certain soil bacteria, known as rhizobia, which “fix” atmospheric nitrogen gas into forms that the plant can use for growth. Dr. James has spent his career studying the diversity of nitrogen-fixing symbioses in the roughly 15,000 legumes around the world that are known to nodulate. His work at the James Hutton Institute has wider implications for the health and well-being of the people of Scotland, as the increased cropping of nitrogen-fixing legumes can lead to a decrease in chemical fertilizer applications, groundwater pollution, greenhouse gas emissions, soil loss and habitat destruction, as well as an increase in crop diversity. Dr. James previously served as a World Bank-funded consultant in Brazil. In addition to his work at the James Hutton Institute, he also collaborates with colleagues at the Royal Botanic Garden in Edinburgh to conduct research into the ecology of nitrogen-fixing “Ice-Age relic” plants, whose existence is under threat due to climate change. Dr. James studied agricultural and environmental science at the University of Newcastle upon Tyne, where he first became interested in how agriculture impacts the environment. He completed his doctoral studies at the University of Dundee, where his dissertation focused on how oxygen regulates nitrogen-fixation in legume nodules.

Tara McCarthy

Global Vice President for ESG, Alltech​

Tara McCarthy is the global vice president of ESG at Alltech. In this role, she works to advance the company’s mission of Working Together for a Planet of Plenty™, focusing on the economic, environmental and social aspects of the well-being of the planet.

McCarthy has more than 25 years of experience in the food industry at large and is passionate about the opportunities presented by sustainably produced food. Throughout her career, McCarthy has led capability initiatives for students, early-career executives and entrepreneurs within the food industry and, as a result, has formed successful partnerships both at home and abroad.

McCarthy has lived and worked in numerous markets, including Germany, France and Belgium. Before joining Alltech in 2022, she served as the chief executive of Bord Bia, the Irish Food Board, and as the chief executive for Bord Iascaigh Mhara (BIM), Ireland’s seafood development agency. In 2019, she co-founded Agdif, an initiative championing diversity in the Irish food industry. She has brought Ireland’s food industry to the world by speaking widely about Origin Green, Ireland’s unique national sustainability program. In 2021, she led the establishment of the Origin Green Global Council.

McCarthy has been recognized with a number of awards, including a Fellowship of the Marketing Institute of Ireland and a Top 25 Ireland’s Most Powerful Women in the Public Sector Leaders Award. She was named Alumna of the Year for Business and Commerce by the National University of Ireland, Galway in 2017 and Alumna of the Year by the University College Dublin Michael Smurfit Business School in 2019.

McCarthy holds a bachelor’s degree in commerce from the National University of Ireland, Galway and a master’s degree in business studies with a focus on marketing from the University College Dublin Michael Smurfit Business School. She is an affiliate of IMD Business School in Switzerland. McCarthy lives in Dublin with her husband, Didier, and three children.


Dr. Vaughn Holder

Ruminant Research Director, Alltech

Dr. Vaughn Holder is the ruminant research director at Alltech. He previously served as the project manager for the company’s beef nutrition research.

Holder first came to Alltech for a research internship at the company’s North American Bioscience Center in Nicholasville, Kentucky, where his research focused on the effects of various yeast culture strains on the growth of select rumen microorganisms in vitro. He later rejoined Alltech as a postdoctoral trainee, and in that role, he focused on offering advanced technical support in relation to ruminant protein nutrition. Holder later transferred to Alltech’s South African offices in Stellenbosch as the national research and technical director before returning to Alltech’s research headquarters in Nicholasville, where he now heads the company’s global nutritional research related to ruminant species.

Holder holds a bachelor’s degree in animal science from the University of Pretoria, a master’s degree in ruminant nutrition and microbiology from the University of Pretoria, and a doctoral degree in ruminant nutrition from the University of Kentucky.

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Dr. Julia Adriana Calderon Diaz

Genetic Services Specialist, PIC

Dr. Julia Adriana Calderon Diaz is a genetic services specialist at PIC, or the Pig Improvement Company. In this role, she works to provide PIC customers with meaningful insights from the company’s pig performance data.

An animal scientist whose expertise lies in maximizing the power of data and analytical practices to facilitate data-driven decision-making and improve efficiency in pig production systems, Calderon Diaz was a postdoctoral research associate at Iowa State University from 2013 to 2015. In that role, she contributed to various projects aiming to improve the lifetime productivity of sows. She later joined Teagasc in Ireland as a postdoctoral research fellow, where she focused on designing methodologies to improve pig welfare, health and performance indicators and on developing decision-support tools to help pig farmers identify areas where intervention might be needed to maximize sustainability and profitability.

Calderon Diaz joined the data analytics team at PIC in 2021 as a global data analytics and product development specialist supporting the company’s global product validation and technical services teams. She also worked with the European genetic services team, with a specific focus on Irish producers.

Calderon Diaz holds a bachelor’s degree in animal science from the Escuela Agrícola Panamericana, also known as Zamorano University. She also holds a master’s degree in animal breeding and genetics from the Universität für Bodenkultur in Austria and a master’s degree in animal science from the Erasmus Mundus program in animal breeding and genetics at AgroParisTech. During her time at AgroParisTech, she conducted research at INRAe, where she focused on estimating correlative responses in sow reproduction in a selection experiment for residual feed intake.

Calderon Diaz holds a doctoral degree in agriculture and food science, with a focus on the welfare and behavior of group housed sows, from University College Dublin (UCD), where she also earned a professional certificate in bioinformatics for animal and veterinary science. She also holds a post-graduate diploma in fintech from the Technological University Dublin.


Fiona Walsh

Professor of Microbiology, Maynooth University

Fiona Walsh is a professor of microbiology at Maynooth University. She is also the head of the Antimicrobial Resistance One Health Research Centre.

Walsh established a research group at Maynooth University in 2014 to investigate antimicrobial resistance (AMR) and its effects on environmental, animal and human health from a “One Health” perspective, as established by the World Health Organization (WHO). Walsh’s research group is particularly interested in studying the transmission of plasmid-mediated AMR across different systems and how the microbiome can enhance or mitigate these events.

Walsh began her career as a Health Research Board research fellow in the department of clinical microbiology at Trinity College Dublin, where she investigated AMR in hospital pathogens. She later joined Switzerland’s federal Department of Agriculture to investigate the environmental impact of antibiotics used in plant agriculture and the selection of AMR as relevant to human health.

Walsh holds a doctoral degree in medical microbiology from Edinburgh University.


Dr. Patrick Ward

Applications Manager, Europe and Asia, Alltech

Dr. Patrick Ward is the applications manager for Europe and Asia-Pacific at Alltech. In this role, he focuses on new products and innovation across the European and Asian markets, combining research with commercial opportunities. His current research interests include analytical chemistry, mass spectrometry, anti-methanogens, enzymes, anaerobic digestion and BMP analysis.

After serving for nearly a decade in Alltech’s research department, in 2018, Ward was appointed to the role of technical manager of Alltech’s Analytical Services Laboratories (37+), a commercial lab that quantifies mycotoxins in feed samples across the globe, supporting all sectors of the animal feed supply chain. Ward moved into his current role in 2020, and in the years since, he has established two BMP labs, which quantify methane output from specific substrates. He is also currently working to set up two new labs in India and Thailand that will improve Alltech’s ability to support its customers in those countries. He has also led Alltech’s efforts to formulate three new enzyme products for use in anaerobic digesters.

Ward holds a degree in chemistry and pharmaceutical chemistry from Maynooth University. He subsequently received an employment-based doctoral chemistry scholarship from the Irish Research Council, which allowed him to complete research investigating small-molecule seleno-compounds at Alltech’s European Bioscience Centre and at Dublin City University. Ward also earned an advanced diploma in project management at Dublin Business School and completed an Alltech-sponsored MBA program at the Michael Smurfit Business School at University College Dublin. He has also earned a Lean Six Sigma Green Belt and completed the IBBK proBiogas training course.


Conan Condon

Head of Agri Analytics, Alltech

Conan Condon is the head of agri-analytics at Alltech. In this role, he is focused on creating and delivering a comprehensive data decision platform that is unique to Alltech. Condon is also responsible for managing and developing InTouch, the company’s award-winning feed management service.

Condon utilizes his in-depth understanding of computer management to offer superior customer service and to lead the way on the integration of ag-tech datasets, business development, contract management and systems delivery. At Alltech, he works with a wide range of datasets from within the company, as well as numerous external data sources.

Previously, Condon was a systems administrator at KEENAN before being appointed to the position of group IT manager. In that role, he was responsible for managing the global roll-out and implementation of the Epicor ERP System and the CRM platform, SalesLogix, within KEENAN. In 2013, Condon became the director of InTouch, where he was responsible for leading the business and technology development of the InTouch feed management service.

Condon earned a diploma in computer science from the Institute of Technology Carlow and a degree in computing with a focus on information technology from Waterford Institute of Technology.


Dr. Mary Jo Hurley

Assistant Agricultural Inspector, DAFM

Dr. Mary Jo Hurley is the assistant agricultural inspector in nematology for the Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine (DAFM) in Ireland. The DAFM strives to lead the sustainable development of Ireland’s agri-food sector and to contribute to a vibrant national economy and society.

Throughout her career, Dr. Hurley has served in various roles in the agri-biotech industry, with a focus on leading research studying the use of soil microbes for heavy-metal stabilization in food crops. She currently works in the DAFM’s Plant Science Division in Kildare, Ireland. Dr. Hurley also serves as the head of the National Reference Laboratory for Nematology, which provides diagnostic and advisory services in support of the Irish National Plant Protection Organization.

Dr. Hurley holds an undergraduate degree in biosciences and a doctoral degree from the Institute of Technology Carlow, now known as South East Technological University Carlow. In her doctoral work, she examined the interactions between nematodes and plant-growth-promoting bacteria.


Dr. Laurann Byrne

Alltech Research Project Manager

Dr. Laurann Byrne is a research project manager for Alltech. In this role, the main focus of her current research is on the role of trace minerals in production animal nutrition.

Dr. Byrne has shared her expertise on a global scale through various lectures and panel discussions, including at the Women in Food and Agriculture Summit in Frankfurt, Germany, in 2022. She is passionate about how scientific solutions can enhance animal welfare, contribute to improved sustainability, and provide benefits for those working in the agriculture industry.

Some of Dr. Byrne’s previous research has focused on assessing the use of novel analytical methods for the identification and characterization of peptide-metal complexes and metal-peptide stability studies. She has also explored speciation studies, vitamin and antioxidant analyses, biomarker detection, mineral chelation and the relative bioavailability of trace minerals.

Dr. Byrne holds a bachelor’s degree in science and a doctoral degree in biology from Maynooth University.


Dr. Kate Le Cocq

Postdoctoral Researcher, Harper Adams University

Dr. Kate Le Cocq is a postdoctoral researcher at Harper Adams University. Her research currently focuses on forage fermentation and quality, with a goal of reducing both visible and invisible losses on-farm and mitigating the associated impact on the rumen function and overall performance of animals.

Dr. Le Cocq previously conducted research at Rothamsted Research, one of the oldest agricultural research institutions in the world, where she studied plant microbe interactions before turning her focus to silage. Her research has also explored the application of molecular methods for the detection of fungal contamination in silage and the ensiling of herbal leys.

Dr. Le Cocq completed her doctoral studies at the University of Exeter, where she focused on the genetic manipulation of Trichoderma hamatum, a plant-growth-promoting and biocontrol fungus.


Cathal McCormack

Alltech Ireland Country Manager

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Dr. Richard Lally

Alltech Research Project Manager


Matthew Smith

Vice President, Alltech

Matthew Smith is the vice president of Alltech. He previously served as the company’s vice president of Asia-Pacific.

Smith began his career on a dairy farm in the U.K. and has been working in the feed industry for more than two decades. His various roles in the agriculture industry have taken him throughout Asia, Europe and North America. Smith relocated from the U.K. to become the general manager of Alltech New Zealand in 2009. He returned to the U.K. in 2018 to lead Alltech E-CO2, as well as the company’s global rumen function platform and its operations in the U.K.

Smith holds a business law degree from Coventry University and obtained a solicitor’s final qualification from the College of Law, Chester.

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The Alltech ONE World Tour will take place in multiple locations across the world. Visit to subscribe to receive notifications about locations, dates and event agendas.

No, there will not be a ONE event in Lexington, Kentucky, in 2023.

The Alltech ONE Conference is a world-class event that brings inspiring keynote speakers and more than 100 industry leaders to the stage to share valuable insights in live workshops and tracks, uncovering the challenges and opportunities in agriculture, business, health and wellness, and professional development.

We believe in the value of bringing the world together and would like to return to Lexington, Kentucky, in 2024.

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