Primary Industries Summit 23-24 November 2020
The Primary Industries New Zealand Summit to be held at Te Papa Tongarewa, Wellington on 23 & 24 November 2020 will bring together world class, global and local experts.
Speakers will deliver powerful insights to support and enable the sector to plan and prepare for its transition and adaptation to a sustainable and profitable future.
• Hear about the implementation of the vision of the Primary Sector Council by Food and Fibre Aotearoa
• Analysing the global trade and export environment and markets for New Zealand produce
• Exploring global food trends - developing high value products aimed at international consumers that care
• Achieving sustainable land use and identifying practical actions to address agricultural emissions
• Exploring the latest technology led food disruption trends and assessing the potential risks and opportunities presented by alternative proteins
Key speakers include:
• Ray Smith, Director General, Ministry for Primary Industries
• Vangelis Vitalis, Chief Trade Negotiator, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade
• Lain Jager, Chairman of the Establishment Leadership Group, Food and Fibre Aotearoa
• Bruce Cameron, Chair, Zespri International Ltd
• Matt Cullen, GM Sustainable Dairying, Fonterra
• Andre Gargiulo, Chief Customer Officer, Sanford
• Scottie Chapman, Chief Executive Officer, Spring Sheep
• Nadine Tunley, Chief Executive Officer, Oha Honey Limited Partnership
• Dr Harry Clark, Director, NZ Agricultural Greenhouse Gas Research Centre and Climate Change Commissioner
• Jenny Zegler, Associate Director of Mintel Food and Drink, Mintel (USA)
TomatoesNZ members are entitled to a discount of $100 off the rate to attend the Primary Industries Summit to be held in Wellington on 23-24 November 2020. To qualify, enter the promotionalcode MOK8KS when booking online https://primaryindustries.co.nz/register
Summit Pass - Business & Govt from $1599+gst
Summit Pass - Independent farmer & grower* from $599+gst
* Please note, in order to qualify for the discounted rate, you must be a full-time, independent farmer or grower. Registrations will be verified.