8 May 2013: AgTalks: ‘It’s trendy to know about food – so why doesn’t anyone want to grow it?’
AgTalks is a live panel discussion sponsored by the Australian Government featuring agricultural–sector leaders and experts. The discussion will take place at the E11 A1 Arts Lecture Theatre at the University of New England on 8 May, 2013 at 5:30. The panel discussion will be mediated by Cameron Wilson, presenter of ABC Radio National’s Bush Telegraph programme which will also broadcast the discussion. Charlie Blomfield will be part of a panel of experts who discuss topics relevant to agriculture today. Other panellists include:
- Alexandra Gartmann – CEO, Foundation for Rural and Regional Renewal
- Professor Iain Young – UNE Head of School, Environmental and Rural Sciences
- Charlie Blomfield – MD and CEO, Agricultural Management Company
- Felicity McLeod – Royal Agricultural Society Rural Achiever
- Jo Newton – Chair, Farming Futures Project
27 June 2013: Future Farm Europe, London
Future Farm Europe is a leading global agriculture conference for farming companies. Charlie Blomfield will be presenting at the conference on understanding Cost of Production and also on farming expertise.
27 June 2013: Agricultural Investment Summit, London
The Agriculture Investment Summit is Europe’s leading conference for investors looking to invest in agriculture. Charlie Blomfield will be hosting an investor roundtable on agricultural investment in Australia and New Zealand.
7-9 July 2013: GrainGrowers Innovation Generation, Geelong VIC
Innovation Generation is the staple event on the calendar for young agricultural enthusiasts. Charlie Blomfield is the keynote speaker for day 2 of this conference, and will be presenting on professional management for international investors, what global opportunities are out there and the challenges faced.
3-5 September 2013: Forbes Global CEO Conference ‘Taking the Lead’, Bali
This annual event is attended by some 400 global CEOs, tycoons, entrepreneurs, up-and-comers, capitalists and thought leaders.