How New AgriTech Can Feed The Hungry Planet

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How New AgriTech Can Feed The Hungry Planet

Join the Australian Agritech Association (AusAgritech) for an enlightening and forward-thinking panel event, "Agritech Feeding the World," where industry leaders, innovators, and experts come together to explore the transformative role of agricultural technology in the global food supply chain.

Discover how Australia's innovative and pioneering agritech solutions are revolutionising farming practices, enhancing sustainability, and increasing productivity and how investing in the sector is good for the world.

Our esteemed panellists will discuss cutting-edge advancements, sustainable agriculture, export opportunities, and the vital contribution of Australian agritech to addressing global food security challenges.

Don't miss this unique opportunity to gain insights and be part of the conversation that's shaping the future of food production worldwide. You are always welcome to connect with the founders, investors and supporters who are driving the Australian agritech revolution.
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WED, OCT 18, 2023
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM

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