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The 2017 Australian Agriculture Roundtable Conference will be an important networking opportunity for innovative agricultural producers, supply chain leaders, agribusiness, policy-makers and lead researchers.
The Australian Farm Institute’s Australian Agriculture Roundtable Conference is to be held at the International Convention Centre Sydney (ICC Sydney) on Thursday 9th and Friday 10th of November 2017. The event commences from 6.30 pm on Thursday 9th November with the Australian Agriculture Gala Dinner at the International Convention Centre Sydney (ICC Sydney). It concludes at 5 pm on Friday 10th of November.
Over 150 conference attendees will be hosted by the Institute at the new International Convention Centre Sydney which is surrounded by the iconic Darling Harbour.
This year’s roundtable conference will bring together the key minds of Australian agriculture and agribusiness to discuss the role of effective partnerships in significant agricultural and regional issues.
The Australian Agriculture Roundtable Conference will focus on the immediate changes being made within already existing partnerships, the forging of new alliances and what is required to ensure the longevity and sustainability of these agricultural parings. The potential impacts and changes to be made with the industry will be discussed amongst our attending industry leaders, agribusinesses and policy-makers and how best to harness the changes for the workable future of Australian agriculture.
WhenThursday, 9th November 2017
Time6:30 PM to 5:00 PM
EntryRoundtable Conference $1056, Rountable Conference and Gala Dinner $1155, Rountable Gala Dinner $220
Location14 Darling Dr, New South Wales 2000
Matt Brand - Chief Executive Officer, NSW Farmers' Association
Gavin McMahon - Chief Executive Officer, Central Irrigation Trust