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Why should you attend Agribusiness 2018?

Since 2004, AIC has held a national conference aimed at bringing together member companies and stakeholders and providing a forum for continuous professional development. The event attracts high calibre speakers from the political, financial, business and scientific communities. Agribusiness attracts more than 200 delegates, which consisted of AIC member companies, Government and agency representatives, trade bodies, and the wider agricultural trade.

The Chairman of this year’s Agribusiness will be Anna Hall, BBC Farming Today presenter who will add a global perspective to our event.

Other confirmed speakers include Ian Wright, Director General, Food & Drink Federation; Meurig Raymond, NFU President; Allie Renison, Head of Europe & Trade Policy, Institute of Directors; Dr Andy Cureton, Head of Business and Interaction, BBSRC, and David Camp, Chief Executive, Association of Labour Providers. David Caffall (CEO, AIC) who will provide an update of the lobbying and publics affairs agenda conducted by AIC.

As well as this full programme, the networking opportunities are unsurpassed with Chief Executives and Senior Executives from the leading companies within the agrisupply chain attending. Policy makers and leading scientists will also be in attendance so any questions that remain unanswered can be discussed.

The conference not only provides an ideal opportunity to become updated with the latest industry initiatives that will support your sector but also provide an excellent opportunity to network with other companies, policy makers and scientists within your sector.

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Alongside the conference, delegates have time to meet key suppliers and other stakeholders in a mini exhibition that opens at 9am and continues during the coffee and lunch breaks.

Who should attend?

Agribusiness 2018 has been devised to provide information and stimulation for senior executives and those on the career ladder within many organisations including:

  • AIC Members
  • Agribusiness companies
  • Government and policy makers
  • Trade bodies
  • Food processors and retailers
  • Other allied industries