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Five fast facts to get your boss to sign off on your evokeAG. 2025 leave

AgriFutures evokeAG. is back in 2025 – and it’s bringing a diverse network of organisations, individuals and businesses to Brisbane on 18-19 February 2025 to explore the common ground of agrifood tech innovation. Innovators, corporations, researchers, investors, producers, and government agencies from across Australia and overseas – they’ll all be there. Over two days, you will discover cutting-edge technologies and disruptive business models while building partnerships with top-tier innovators.
Still need convincing? Here are the top five reasons your boss (or if you’re boss – you) needs to sign off on that dotted leave line now.

How Aussie startup Regrow became a global ag resilience leader

With applications for the 2025 evokeAG. Startup Program opening later this year, we thought we’d check back in with past participants to find out where they are now – and how the Startup Program helped them get there.
And what better place to start than our inaugural 2019 cohort?
In the third article of our series, evokeAG. contributor Casey Dunn sat down with Regrow co-founder and CEO, Dr Anastasia Volkova, to hear how she got from a $20,000 pitch contest to having the pulse on over 1.3B acres around the world.

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1 Jul 2024

More than just office yoga: Farmwall’s fresh approach to scope 3 emissions

With applications for the 2025 evokeAG. Startup Program opening in September, we’re catching up with past participants to find out where they are now – and what better place to start than our inaugural 2019 cohort?
In this second article of our series, evokeAG. contributor Casey Dunn chatted with Farmwall Co-Founders Geert Hendrix and Indiana Rhind to hear how their social enterprise is using indoor farming to enhance corporate wellbeing.
And why – as we head towards 2030 – Farmwall is a compelling solution for corporations needing to make real impact on scope 3 emissions.

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26 Jun 2024

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Neil Varcoe

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Oli Madgett

Managing Director, Perennial Australia

McLaren Vale, South Australia

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Judy Kennedy

Journalist | Judy Kennedy Media

Menzies Creek, VIC

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Andy Lowe

The University of Adelaide

Adelaide, South Australia

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Anna Maskus

Communications Coordinator

AgriFutures Australia

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Emily Malone

Regional and rural journalist and communications professional

Wagga Wagga, New South Wales

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Jenny Gilbert

Rural communications specialist

Brisbane, Queensland