`Agribusiness 2021 – Creating resilient and sustainable agri-food supply chains
Chaired by Caz Graham from BBC Farming Today, the agenda also boasts a collection of impressive speakers ranging from Defra’s Minister of State for Agriculture Victoria Prentis and Minette Batters, NFU President to Kate Hofman, Co-Founder of GrowUp Urban Farms and Fiona Smith, Law Professor at University of Leeds.
Climate change, EU negotiations, COVID-19 and NET carbon zero agriculture are all challenges that the agriculture industry face and the programme for Agribusiness 2021 will explore how to turn these challenges into opportunities to drive forward a sustainably thriving agri-food supply chain with resilience built throughout.
For the first time Agribusiness is being taken online, maintaining the highest level of COVID safety for all. Embracing this new digital platform has enabled the AIC to open up the debate to a much wider audience and embed more flexibility into the delegate experience: watch seminars live or at your leisure.
“This new online format promises a level of flexibility for our delegates never seen before,” says John Kelley, Chief Operating Officer for AIC. “With the agriculture industry facing so much change events like this are crucial and being able to open the event up to more people allows us to deliver true value.”
Join Agribusiness 2021 online on 11th November 2020. Visit www.agribusiness.org.uk to secure a place.