Companies are showing confidence in new FPC event
FPC Future and FPC Careers are two co-located events aimed at the fastest growing sector of the fresh produce industry and are taking place at The Lincolnshire Showground on 4 November. Organised by FPC and LIAT, the two events address the future of the industry and how that will look.
FPC Future, with its 8 conference sessions on all aspects of agritech, offers visitors practical advice on how to use the latest technologies coming into the market while FPC Careers showcases the fresh produce and plant industries to the best, newest talent who are looking at their future careers.
Over 30 companies have now booked exhibition space and the organisers are seeing an increase in confidence in live events from their customers. Leading edge technology companies such as Affinitus, Agri-EPI Centre, Beba Energy, Crux Agribotics, Fresh4Cast and many others will be at the event presenting their latest offerings and showing visitors how to improve their business with technology.
Features at FPC Future include a Start Up area where the newest companies in the market can share their technologies, tours of Riseholme Campus and a Dutch Pavilion, organised in conjunction with the Dutch Embassy, where many Dutch companies are ready to show what they have to offer.
FPC Future’s free to attend conference has nearly 50 leading experts confirmed to speak already from companies such as Adrian Scripps, Bardsley England, Coveris, Farm Carbon Toolkit, John Innes Centre, National Farmers Union and Oddbox to name a few.
To see the entire list of participating companies go to www.fpcfuture.co.uk or www.fpccareers.co.uk
Sponsorship and exhibition opportunities are available and anyone interested in hearing more about these should contact email@example.com.
Widely recognised as the voice of the UK industry The Fresh Produce Consortium (FPC) plays a unique and crucial role in creating opportunities and supporting the growth of its members’ businesses. Their membership encompasses all aspects of both domestic and global supply chains of the fruit, vegetable and the flower industry.
FPC runs a number of events throughout the year in all aspects of the industry and works on behalf of members to engage with legislators and regulators and to advise on and influence current industry affairs including Brexit and Coronavirus. Much of its work goes on behind the scenes but is highly effective in benefiting daily trading.
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