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New opportunities to foster Australia and UK agritech relationship

The Australian agriculture industry is expected to reach $100 billion in production by 2030, according to recent research, making it an ideal expansion market for UK businesses. Through the new Free Trade Agreement* — and two targeted programs, the Global Business Innovation Programme and the Global Incubator Programme — Great Britain is placing a big bet on Australia and a delegation headed to evokeAG. 2023 to connect with potential Australian investors, partners and customers.

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15 Feb 2023

Danish delegation brings world class innovation to evokeAG. 2023

Denmark is best known for Vikings, Hans Christian Andersen and for being one of the happiest Nations in the world. The Scandinavian country is also a hotbed of agricultural innovation — and with thanks to the Trade Council of Denmark a delegation of world-class companies attended evokeAG.: Down to Earth in Adelaide on 21-22 February 2023. We’ve pulled together a summary of the six Danish companies that attended to save you time.

News
15 Feb 2023

How to make the most of evokeAG. 2023

It’s been a while since we’ve all been in the one room, and your event “fitness” probably isn’t what it used to be. So, to help you make the most of evokeAG. 2023: Down to Earth, we've pulled together a list of must-dos. Over two days, 125+ change makers and thought leaders in agrifood technology from eight nations will guide 1,600 attendees through the trends, challenges, and opportunities that will shape the future of food and agriculture.

Insights
6 Feb 2023

From Defence to Disruption: Mary Shelman’s pathway to a sustainable global food system

Our global food system has a long history of evolution – responding to the changing needs of the global population. As we hurtle towards 10 billion people, with scarcer natural resources and in a changing climate, the question is – ‘Are we evolving fast enough?’ Here, internationally recognised thought leader and AgriFutures evokeAG. 2023 speaker, Mary Shelman, shares her insights on how to accelerate our transformation, and achieve a more sustainable global food system.

Insights
9 Jan 2023

Reimagining the future of food with Tony Hunter

What will the future of food look like? Andy Lowe speaks with Tony Hunter, a Global Food Futurist and consultant at Future Cubed about how the agrifood industry may be shaped in the coming years as countries around the globe look to strengthen food security and food sovereignty while pursuing sustainable outcomes.

Insights
11 Nov 2022

Malted barley waste, a sustainable feedstock for cattle

Elders Kangaroo Island stock agent, Stuart Were has teamed up with Charlie Schmidt, head distiller at Kangaroo Island Spirits, to feed his Speckle Park cattle malted barley waste from the distillery and it’s a win-win situation – for the environment and the herd.

Insights
2 Nov 2022
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