Join the Australian and global grain industry for AGIC 2017
2nd-4th August 2017 Crown Promenade Hotel Melbourne, Australia
A must attend event for senior executives, traders and others interested in the Australian grains industry.
The Australian Grains Industry Conference is the premier industry hosted conference for grain industry market participants and service providers. The event is hosted by leading grain industry associations Grain Trade Australia, Australian Oilseeds Federation and Pulse Australia.
The Australian Grains Industry Conference 2017 is a high-level market event that brings together the Australian and global grain industry in a premium networking event as well providing the latest information concerning grain markets in Australia and globally.
The Australian Grains Industry Conference 2017 will comprise a conference program addressing cutting-edge issues in evolving grain markets and a trade show.
The technical program will feature global and Australian expert speakers, panel sessions and debates, the ever popular CEOs in Conversation session and this year, concurrent sessions return to enable the conference to better meet the needs of all sectors.
A number of new innovations are planned including a Golf Day at the prestigious Huntingdale Golf Club – home of the Australian Masters - on 4th August.
The conference is the must attend event on the grains industry calendar annually and provides a one stop opportunity to meet with clients, catch up with friends and colleagues and hear the latest developments in the industry.
With over 800 delegates attending the Conference, any organisation involved in the production, logistics and marketing of grain and supporting services will benefit from involvement in the conference.
Enter a team in the IKON AGIC golf day
Note the GTA Advisory & Compliance Workshop is on 1st August refer to www.graintrade.org.au for details.
We look forward to seeing you in August.
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