Event Calendar:

  • 7 May 2014

    AAA WA - Agribusiness Breakfast 7th May 2014

    Hyatt Regency Perth, 99 Adelaide Terrace

    Join us for our first WA event for 2014

    "Global investment in AG"

    ​We welcome our Guest Speaker

    Mr Ed Peter Chairman Duxton Asset Management

    Ed Peter, Chairman, is the co-founder of Duxton Asset Management. "Duxton" is a carve-out from one of the world’s foremost financial institutions and has established themselves as a leading boutique asset manager with a dual focus: Agriculture and Asian Emerging Markets.

    • Where: Hyatt Regency 99 Adelaide Terrace, Perth
    • When: Wednesday 7th May
    • Cost: $70 per person. Members $60, Students $50

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  • 8 May 2014

    AAA VIC Agribusiness Luncheon 8th May

    Grossi Florentino 80 Bourke St Melbourne

    We welcome our Guest Speakers from Deloitte

    Mr Richard Brodie, Accounting & Tax Partner &

    Ms Natalie Faull, Accounting & Tax Director

    "Building the Lucky Country: Catching the next wave with Agribusiness"

    Venue: Grossi Florentino 80 Bourke St Melbourne

    New research from professional services firm Deloitte has identified 25 sectoral hotspots with the biggest potential to lift Australia’s growth trajectory over the next 20 years. The full release of Positioning for Prosperity? Catching the next wave, the third in Deloitte’s Building the Lucky Country series, analyses growth prospects across all major parts of Australia’s economy.

    Cost: $85* per person, $70* Members, $50* Students

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  • 15 May 2014

    AAA SA - Agribusiness Breakfast 15 May 2014

    Sebel Playford, North Terrace, Adelaide

    Join us for our next SA event,

    "From Business to Academia to Agribusiness…How It All Fits"

    ​We welcome our Guest Speaker

    Mr Jerry Adams, Director of University of Adelaide

    Business School Advisory Board

    The Agribusiness Association of Australia would like you to join us for our next business breakfast event for 2014.

    Our guest speaker in Mr Jerry Adams who will present to us his insights into:

    • World class capabilities in Agribusiness, Global Food & Agribusiness Program and Agricultural Economist in School of Economics
    • The Business of Agribusiness
    • How the Business school and the University add value through the association of PIRSA and the value chain
    • Organisational integration through internships, projects and research.

    We all know the University of Adelaide has world class capability in Ag Science, but now the Business School is investing in the business side of agri-business. You may be surprised at what they are already doing and what they can do for you individually as well as for our industry. There is already an exciting program of activities in place, with more to come. Come and hear the story, meet some of the key people and find ways to advance your own business interests. Our speaker is not an academic, but a businessman who will tell the story in your language. See you there.

    • Where: Sebel Playford 120 North Tce, Adelaide
    • When: Thursday 15th May
    • Cost: $70 per person. Members $60, Students $50

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  • 21 May 2014

    AAA NSW Agribusiness Breakfast 21st May

    UUSC 25 Bent St Sydney
    We welcome you to our next NSW breakfast,

    Investment in Infrastructure

    Guest Speaker Mr Luke Fraser Principal of Juturna Infrastructure Pty Ltd

    What investment barriers in road, rail and port investments undermined the Graincorp takeover? How does this affect future investments? Are there any reforms are on the horizon for investors? These questions and more will be addressed by Luke over breakfast. We look forward to seeing you there.

    • Where: Union, University & Schools Club 25 Bent St Sydney
    • When: Wednesday 21st May
    • Time: 7.00 am for registration, tea & coffee with 7.30 am start concluding at 9 am
    • Cost: $70 per person, Members $55 and Students $45

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About Agribusiness:

The Agribusiness Association of Australia is a member based, non-political network who are a conduit in facilitating awareness, raising knowledge and communicating credible information to all sectors of the agribusiness value chain.

We aim to develop and foster linkages amongst professionals with and between the different sectors of Agribusiness.

Agribusiness includes all the various businesses involved in food and fibre production, including farming, seed supply, agrichemicals, farm machinery, wholesale and distribution, processing, marketing, and retail sales. Please take the time to look around this site for information about Agribusiness in Australia, investing in agribusiness, or the Association.

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