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Midlands Agri-Tech Coffee Hour (MATCH) Lunch

Agri-EPI in collaboration with The School of Sustainable Food and Farming invites you to attend our networking lunch on the 11th October.

This event is sponsored by Jonathan Lee Recruitment.

Use this opportunity to chat and get to know each other, fostering new connections and opportunities for collaboration within Agri-Tech. This will also be your opportunity to find out more about our upcoming fully funded Start Up programme.

We know that when you have an innovative idea that making those initial steps into starting your own business can be daunting, not having the right support or knowing where to turn can make it a difficult pathway to follow.

If you, or someone you know that has a great idea. Or indeed if you want share some of the pitfalls you encountered when you took this leap of faith, we’d love you to join us.

We’d love for you to help shape the next generation of innovative businesses that are set to challenge / disrupt the industry and support it to achieve net zero, eliminate inequalities and be an integral part in the delivery of the sustainable development goals globally .

At Agri-EPI, we collaborate with technology innovators and developers to transform their agri-tech ideas into reality through our comprehensive innovation services. Our offerings include a diverse network of commercial farms, R&D support, and business assistance to facilitate the development, testing, and commercialization of cutting-edge agricultural solutions. By providing the necessary resources and expertise, we empower innovators to drive the future of agriculture.

The School of Sustainable Food and Farming at Harper Adams University is supported by their steering partners: Morrisons, McDonalds UK & Ireland, and National Farmers Union. Their shared purpose is to:

• Equip farmers with skills and knowledge towards Net Zero within sustainability parameters (economic, environmental, and social).

• Talk a common language with regards to Net Zero and sustainable farming.

• Improving farm data to track carbon emission reductions and sequestration offsetting at a whole farm system approach.

• Encourage new entrants into the food industry and a diversity of entrepreneurial people

This event is open to member and non-members and includes lunch!

Members free of charge. Non-members first attendance free, there after £12 per person.