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CEO appointment heralds new era for Agribusiness Australia

The organisation promoting the interests of the nation’s agribusiness sector has moved to strengthen its capability and increase its relevance to members.

Among a raft of changes, Agribusiness Australia (the new trading name of the Agribusiness Association of Australia) has updated its constitution and appointed its first full-time chief executive officer.

Agribusiness Australia Chairman Mark Allison says the appointment of Tim Burrow as CEO heralds a significant turning point in the organisation’s history.

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Notice of Extraordinary General Meeting

Notice is given that an Extraordinary General Meeting of the Agribusiness Association of Australia will be held on Monday, 4 April 2016 at 9am (Australian Central Time). The Meeting will be held at the Elders Board Room, 10th Floor, 80 Grenfell St, Adelaide.

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AAA NSW Breakfast 11 June 2015

AAA NSW Breakfast 11 June 2015

Where to now for post-farm gate agribusiness?
The NSW Coalition Government view

Guest speaker: Hon Niall Blair MLC
Minister for Primary Industries, Lands and Water

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Allion Legal inaugural sponsors of the Agribusiness Association of Australia in WA

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9 November 2015

Allion Legal inaugural sponsors of the Agribusiness Association of Australia in WA

Allion Legal’s continuing growth in the agribusiness sector has prompted it to become the inaugural sponsor of the Agribusiness Association of Australia (AAA) in Western Australia.

The new sponsorship agreement was announced at the AAA’s recent breakfast event in Perth which was attended by over 70 agribusiness professionals.

With a dual sponsorship with AAA New South Wales it doubles the networking opportunities which company Principal’s in both States are excited to continue to develop.

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Agribusiness supports China-Australia Free Trade Agreement

Agribusiness supports China-Australia Free Trade Agreement

The Agribusiness Association of Australia (AAA) supports the China-Australia Free Trade Agreement, and has spoken out encouraging those who oppose it to reconsider their positions and support this important initiative so that the Australian agribusiness sector can maximise the advantages that present themselves for bi-lateral trade and investment with China.

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Silver Members

  • Piper Alderman - SA

    Piper Alderman is a commercial law firm with offices in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Adelaide. We act for leading agribusinesses operating inside the farm gate across a broad spectrum of primary production enterprises, as well as for clients operating beyond the farm gate in the agribusiness supply chain, food processing, retail and financial services sectors, export and R&D.

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  • PIRSA - SA

    Primary Industries and Regions SA (PIRSA) is a dynamic Government of South Australia agency with the vision of growing sustainable and competitive regions. PIRSA is committed to the sustainable use of the state's agriculture, wine, seafood, forestry, and food industries along with the provision of associated research, regulation, policy development and biosecurity imperatives. PIRSA leads and drives the State Government’s strategic priority of Premium Food and wine from our Clean Environment. 

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  • Waterfind - NSW & Qld

    Waterfind Australia is one of Australia’s water market specialists and a pioneer in the water market industry. Waterfind Australia has developed an award winning online water trading platform that allows the buying and selling of water and simplifies the water trading process enabling irrigators and other water users to access all major Australian water resources to manage their water needs. Waterfind is a privately owned Australian company and is governed by an independent board of directors.

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