1-2 August 2018, Crown Promenade Hotel, Melbourne, Australia
(AGIC Golf Day, 31 July 2018)
An essential event to attend for serious participants in the Australian and global grains industries.
Now in its 18th year, the Australian Grains Industry Conference (AGIC) is the premier industry conference on the grains industry calendar. It is hosted by leading industry associations Grain Trade Australia, Australian Oilseeds Federation and Pulse Australia. AGIC is a conference hosted by the industry for the industry.
AGIC brings together all crucial participants in the Australian industry as well as many senior grains industry executives from around the globe.
AGIC is a golden opportunity for sponsors and exhibitors, and an unequalled networking opportunity for delegates. The conference also provides the latest information affecting the grains industry and markets in Australia, and globally.
The AGIC 2018 program will canvas leading-edge topics affecting the industry today and in the future. Global and Australian experts will speak to the conference and participate in panel sessions. The ever popular “CEO’s in Conversation” session will also return this year.
Excellent informal networking opportunities are available at the Welcome Reception and the very popular Conference Dinner. Further opportunities to mix informally with other delegates exist in the Network Hub and at the AGIC 2018 Golf Day - to be held at the prestigious Huntingdale Golf Club (31 July 2018).
AGIC 2018 is a must attend event, and a one stop opportunity to meet with industry clients and friends, while catching up on the latest developments in the Australian and global industries.
With over 900 delegates attending the Conference, all organisations involved in production, processing, logistics, marketing and servicing the grains industry will gain very significant benefit from attendance at AGIC 2018.
Your hosts look forward to seeing you in Melbourne in August.
Australian Grains Industry Conference Asia 2018
AGIC Asia 2018 will include events in Thailand and China in the week commencing 19 March 2018. Specific details will be available soon at www.ausgrainconf.com/asia