AIC Trade Assurance FAR Agribusiness
Creating a resilient UK Agri-food supply chain
15 November 2018

Welcome to Agribusiness 2019 14 November 2018

Pre Conference SupperOrton Hall, Peterborough, PE2 7DN
Agribusiness 2019 ConferenceEast of England Showground, Peterborough, PE2 6XE

Agribusiness 2019, THE conference dedicated to the UK’s agrisupply industries takes place against the imminent departure of our nation from the European Union.

For the first time in decades, there will be a national agricultural policy and strategy which will look to balance vital food production against an enhanced environment. We have asked our speakers to take a broad look at what the future may hold for policy and practical farming businesses as well as examining the potential opportunities in livestock and arable sectors. We also take a look at how consumer trends are changing – an essential factor in looking to the future. And, of course, we will examine the opportunities that will be generated for the agrisupply industry to play its part in forging a truly resilient supply chain for the future.

I hope you are able to join us for what promises to be an informative day, where you can network with AIC Members as well as policy makers and others with an interest in our sectors. I look forward to welcoming you to Peterborough in November.

John KelleyJohn Kelley
Chief Operating Officer, AIC

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  1. Agribusiness 2019 – 14 November 2018

    Agribusiness 2019 “Creating a Resilient UK Agri-food supply chain” is fast approaching and never has there been a more valuable use of your time than to attend this AIC conference. One of the keynote speakers – Sir Peter Kendall, Chairman of AHDB has commented:

    “We are living in the most unpredictable environment in living memory. The industry needs to look at itself from the ground up to ensure the very best structures and relationships are in place to not only survive these challenges but also maximise opportunities”

    Peter will expand upon this at Agribusiness 2019, representing both the views of the AHDB and the productivity work he is carrying out on behalf of UK agriculture and the Government’s Industrial Strategy.