The Low Carbon Agriculture 2021 event is the latest conference to announce that it is moving online due to Covid-19.
Scheduled to be held on 9-10 March next year, the event builds on the previously successful Energy Now Expo. The organisers said, ‘Maintaining its renowned multi-streamed conference, exhibition, networking benefits, and four key areas of focus – Energy Now Expo, Environmental Business Expo, Low Emission Vehicles Expo and Farm Technology Expo, we have created a digital event which delivers.’
In the lead-up to the main event a series of Digital Insight webinars have been held which the organisers also say have been successful. Further such events are due to be held each month before Low Carbon Agriculture, with the latest, on ‘Innovations in agri-tech,’ held on 18 November 2021 including contributions from farmer Andrew Ward MBE, Hummingbird Technologies CEO Will Wells, and Dr Shamal Mohammed, Chief Technical Officer at the Agri-EPI Centre.
Event organiser, David Jacobmeyer, commented, “The digital show will allow greater access for a wider audience, providing the ability to engage with suppliers, in one to one conversations or as a group, gain expert knowledge and debate views raised in the conference sessions and easily network online with experts from across the renewables, agricultural, environmental and transport sectors.
“The decision to go digital will not only ensure safety, but also guarantee that the event and the essential information it offers are delivered on the dates advertised. Bringing certainty to the industry at an uncertain time, is ultimately why we have made the decision to progress to an online show.”
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