Trade Summit 2019: Photos and Conference Highlights

The AgriBusiness Global Trade Summit finished its 14th successful year and included exhibitors and sponsors, including manufacturing companies, from China, India, the U.S., EU, and Southeast Asia. The event began in 2006 and has held events in Canada, Mexico, U.S., South Africa, Tanzania, Kenya, Ghana, Malaysia, Indonesia, and Istanbul.

This year, delegates, speakers, and sponsors from around the world descended on the Harrah’s Resort in Atlantic City, New Jersey, where they had the opportunity to listen to industry experts, meet and make deals with their crop input peers, and socialize throughout the three-day event. Presentations included an update on the State of the Crop Input Industry; Investment in Ag Tech – The Rising Trend of Raising Funds, Digital Farming, and Biostimulants; a panel on Crop Inputs 2025 — What Is Ahead for the Global Industry? and an update on the U.S., Mexico, Canada Deal and Its Expected Impact on Agrichemicals and Agriculture. The slideshow above captures just a few of the event’s highlights.

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AgriBusiness Global was also pleased to announce the launch of a new show: Precision Application Asia, which will take place 5-6 November in Bangkok, Thailand. That show will focus on “Where the Worlds of Application Technology and Crop Inputs Collide.”