Ludgate are excited to introduce the 2022 Annual Agri Event in association with AIB.
As part of this year’s “Farm of The Future 2022” we bring you AgriTech Day on 27th of October. This will follow Agri Ideation Day on 26th of October. Please feel free to sign up for both events, or just join us for 1.
AgriTech day will run on Thursday 27th of October. The event will be a hybrid event where attendees can join us in person or online.
Ludgate’s annual Agri event aims to identify the opportunities and innovations within the Agriculture industry, looking at current challenges and focusing on the positive future of Agriculture in Ireland. We will bring together top rated Panellists and Speakers to discuss the significant challenges and opportunities at farm level whilst emphasizing how businesses can ensure farmers are environmentally and economically sustainable. The benefits of adopting Innovative Agri tech in order to adapt and adopt sustainable business strategies are forever prevalent and highly topical attracting a national and international audience.
This years event will focus initially on the AgriTech landscape giving you up to date information on who’s who and what’s happening across Irelands Agri tech eco system from new technologies emerging to education programmes that can really propel start ups, to the funders that can help Agri Tech Companies grow in the right direction and access markets beyond that of Ireland.
More speakers announced soon…
After Lunch we will have one further panel discussion on Succession and diversification within the farming sector hearing from:
As part of this panel discussion we will hear from Thomas Curran of Teagasc on the important factors to consider as a Farmer to build a successful land succession plan from planning early, who to communicate with and the professionals available to guide you in the right direction.
Fellow panellists Neil, Declan and Amy will speak of their own paths to farming. Father son duo Neil and Declan Collins will speak about future generations farming the land. Amy Dunphy who has chosen Farming as a career despite not being from an Agricultural background will identify what we can do to ensure more young people see farming the land as a viable career opportunity.
Please register today and don’t miss out on what is sure to be an informative and interactive event.
Please note: If attending virtually, a link will be provided in advance through the email used to sign up.
We would to thank all sponsors of Farm of The Future for their support and assistance.
If you are interested in becoming a partner/sponsor please get in touch