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Apply now – Industry Advisory Group – Central Queensland Smart Cropping Centre

18 June 2024

DAF invites expressions of interest from experienced individuals and organisations to join the inaugural Central Queensland Smart Cropping Centre (CQSCC) Industry Advisory Group. The Industry Advisory Group will provide strategic insight and advice to inform decision-making on initiatives designed to increase the sustainability, profitability, and productivity of Central Queensland farming systems, and more generally, broadacre cropping systems of Queensland.

 

Why Join the Industry Advisory Group?

  • Influence and impact in the Ag sector
  • Networking opportunities
  • Access to information
  • Recognition and visibility
  • Valued contribution to regional sustainability and prosperity

 

Who should apply?

Member applications are particularly sought form these areas:

  • Research and academia
  • Primary industries, including grains, horticulture, cotton and beef: across the supply chain
  • Agtech innovation start-up, technology solutions providers and entrepreneurial community

 

Members will be appointed a merit-based process for their skills and expertise in agricultural production and positioning with agtech innovation ecosystem.

Applications close 5.00pm Friday 28 June 2024.

 

How do I find out more and apply?

Submit an application form to take your career to the next level and make a valued contribution to Queensland Agriculture.

Joining the CQSCC Industry Advisory Group offers a unique opportunity to influence the future of agtech in Queensland, connect with industry leaders, access cutting-edge information, gain recognition, and contribute to sustainability and regional prosperity.

For more information, please click here or contact CQSCC’s AgTech Connectivity Program Manager, Sonya Comiskey by 5.00pm, Wednesday 26 June 2024. Sonya can be contacted by phone on 0438 876 729. Email enquiries can be directed to cqscc@daf.qld.gov.au.

 

We look forward to receiving your expression of interest and working together to advance the agricultural sector in Central Queensland.

The Central Queensland Smart Cropping Centre Team

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