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The IEC is the Global Network for the egg industry with members in over 80 countries around the world.
The IEC structure includes the governing Council, Office Holders, The Executive Committee, and other standing committees which include Production & Trade, Egg Processors International (EPI), Marketing, Economics & Statistics and Membership.
The IEC was established at the second International Egg Conference held in Bologna, Italy in 1964.
The people who work for the IEC.
The IEC Economics and Statistics Committee is responsible for overseeing the collation, provision and analysis of all the IEC statistics publications. IEC statistics are made possible only through the dedication and commitment of the Rapporteurs in each country which provide the IEC with the core information. The importance of each Rapporteur in providing the IEC with information from around the world cannot be underestimated.
IEC Ambassadors are appointed around the world to increase awareness and membership of the IEC.
The day to day operation of the IEC is the responsibility of the Office Holders, comprising a Chairman, Vice Chairman and three other officers elected by Council from among its members.
The IEC organises two annual conferences in locations across the world at which IEC members can meet with leading decision makers and experts in the international egg industry.
The Denis Wellstead Award is given annually for "International Egg Person of the Year" and is awarded to the most outstanding individual contribution to the International Egg Industry.