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Primary Industries New Zealand Summit & Awards 2020

This event is not run by an association in the Tech Alliance, but may be of interest to some members.

 

A Summit to Support the Advancement of New Zealand’s Primary Industries 

OUTLOOK. ANALYSIS. PREDICTION

The Summit brings farmers and producers from across the broad range of NZ’s primary industries together with policy makers, regulators and other key sector stakeholders from the primary industries value chain, from Iwi through to research and science communities, technologists and agribusiness marketers

Themes for Summit include:
  • Hear about the implementation of the vision of the Primary Sector Council by Food and Fibre Aotearoa
  • Analysing the global trade and export environment and markets for New Zealand produce
  • Exploring global food trend – developing high value products aimed at international consumers that care
  • Achieving sustainable land use and identifying practical actions to address agricultural emissions
  • Exploring the latest technology led food disruption trends and assessing the potential risks and opportunities presented by alternative proteins
Key speakers for 2020 include:
  • Vangelis Vitalis, Chief Trade Negotiator, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade
  • Bruce Cameron, Chair, Zespri International Limited
  • Matt Cullen, GM Sustainable Dairying, Fonterra
  • Andre Gargiulo, Chief Customer Officer, Sanford
  • Scottie Chapman, Chief Executive Officer, Spring Sheep
  • Nadine Tunley, Chief Executive Officer, Oha Honey Limited Partnership
  • Toni Brendish, Chief Executive Officer, Westland Dairy Company Ltd
  • Dr Harry Clark, Director, New Zealand Agricultural Greenhouse Gas Research Centre and Climate Change Commissioner

For all the details please visit the Primary Industries Summit website primaryindustries.co.nz

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Details

Date:
Nov 23 - Nov 24
Time:
12:00 am - 11:59 pm
Cost:
599$ – 1599$
Event Category:

Venue

Te Papa, Tongarewa Museum
55 Cable Street, Te Aro
Wellington, 6011 New Zealand
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Website:
https://www.tepapa.govt.nz/