evokeAG is just around the corner, and CRDC is looking forward to taking cotton growers on the ride to a digital future this coming February.
CRDC supported the inaugural AgriFutures Australia international event this year and were so impressed they’d like to see more cotton growers at the event to take advantage of this immersive tech experience, which brings people together to connect, collaborate and evolve in all things ag.
evokeAG will be held in Melbourne on February 18-19, and is the perfect event for growers and the food and agriculture sectors to exchange information and see how technology can shape the future.
With the theme Food – Farm – Future, CRDC Innovation Broker Jane Trindall has described the event as “a glimpse into the future, to see the rapid change that is already happening and start thinking about how we can adapt to, capitalise on and drive it”.
The event also offers growers with big ideas to apply to attend, as the event attract venture capitalists and start up entities from around the world. There is a varied speakers list ranging from producers to corporate heads and start up wizards.
CRDC will be supporting one grower from each cotton grower association to attend evokeAG 2020. Enquiries should be made to local CGAs or to register interest.
evokeAG is also offering discounted primary producer tickets which are available via its website: www.evokeag.com