TOPSFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS, US — HighQuest Partners, an agriculture event, media and consulting firm, has announced the lineup of its 2023 agribusiness events, highlighting opportunities, professional networking and innovations throughout the global ag value chain.
Global AgInvesting provides investors and agribusiness operators with actionable, strategic market intelligence in areas such as farmland and timberland assets, private equity opportunities, sustainable and impact investing, food production and agriculture technologies.
The Women in Agribusiness Summit, now in its 12th year, shares business knowledge and industry innovations that help women excel in the sector. Attendees benefit from presentations on the latest trends, outlooks and innovations in ag, networking opportunities with industry executives and professional development.
Unconventional Ag, formerly the Organic & Non-GMO Forum, spotlights products and processes in emerging markets related to specialty oilseeds, grains and their byproducts for the benefit of the entire global value chain. It also showcases regenerative, organic and sustainable agriculture methods.
Event dates for 2023:
- Global AgInvesting, New York City, Sheraton New York Times Square, April 3-5. Register.
- Global AgInvesting Asia, Tokyo, Tokyo American Club, Oct. 17-18. Register.
- Global AgInvesting Europe, London, The Landmark London, Dec. 4-5. Registration link will be live soon.
- Women in Agribusiness Japan, Tokyo, Tokyo American Club, June 13. Register.
- Women in Agribusiness Summit, Renaissance Nashville Hotel, Sept. 26-28. Register.
- Unconventional Ag, Dallas, Hyatt Regency Dallas, Dec. 12-13. Register.
Women in Agribusiness (WIA) also hosts regional WIA MeetUps, which are evening gatherings in major cities around the country designed to provide opportunities for growing one’s network and staying in touch year-round with the WIA community. MeetUps are free for WIA Members and $25 for non-members.
To further advance agricultural knowledge and highlight the latest developments in the sector, HighQuest also offers regional Ag Clubs throughout the United States.
These luncheon gatherings feature a keynote speaker and presentation and Q&A period, followed by lunch and time for networking. Topics discussed span the entire ag value chain, such as environmental, social and governance (ESG) and sustainability, commodity risk exposure, digital ag infrastructure, and organic grains.
For more information or to register for these events, visit highquestgroup.com.