The Future Young Leaders for evokeAG. 2024 have been announced, unveiling a cohort of five young and emerging leaders who are building cutting edge solutions and knowledge for a more sustainable and productive Australian agrifood sector and supply chain.
AgriFutures’ evokeAG. has launched its program for the 2024 event, revealing a schedule packed with exceptional thought leaders and change makers on the cutting edge of agriculture, food manufacturing, research, innovation, investment, and policy.
In a significant display of support for Asia Pacific’s premier agrifood tech event, AgriFutures evokeAG., Elders has announced it will remain as the event’s platinum partner for a further three years, through to 2026.
Agrifood tech startup and scaleup businesses are being given an opportunity to directly connect with potential investors and corporates, grow their networks, and expand their customer base at Asia Pacific’s premier agrifood tech event, AgriFutures evokeAG. 2024.
The search is on to find the next crop of emerging leaders, dedicated to the continuous improvement and prosperity of Australian agriculture and its value chain. Applications are now open and close Monday, 4 September 2023.
Mimicking thunderstorms, livestock disease detection, Artificial Intelligence (AI) for beekeepers and the world’s first real-time food and fibre verification tool are just some of the exciting innovations from companies selected to participate in the AgriFutures AgXelerate Program.
Applications are now open for the evokeAG. Future Young Leaders Program and close on Monday, 4 September 2023. The Program offers five emerging leaders the opportunity to showcase their ideas, innovation, or research to an international audience at evokeAG. on 20-21 February 2024 in Perth, Western Australia.
From little things big things grow. It's a well proven path for startups and scaleups, and one that AgriFutures Australia is hoping to accelerate for agrifood tech entrepreneurs and innovators through its AgXelerate Program.
Melbourne startup Gaia Project Australia has been recognised by NASA and the Canadian Space Agency (CSA) as a Phase Two winner of the prestigious Deep Space Food Challenge. Despite this astronomic accolade, Founder Nadun Hennayaka says his space tech could help solve global food challenges down on Earth.