How agriculture will enable the future of food production
7 November 2023
Explore how technology can enable agriculture to meet the challenge of producing food, fibre and foliage in a world of efficiency, sustainability and traceability.
Queensland Farmers Federation (QFF) will host their Agtech Breakfast as part of National Agriculture Day on November 17.
Attendees, including QFF members, corporate partners and industry leaders will take a deep dive into the exciting world of agtech.
Phil Morle, Partner at CSIRO’s venture capital fund Main Sequence Ventures.
Mr Morle invests in deep tech founders who are building unimaginable new companies with a strong connection to research.
There he has invested in Cauldron, Eden Brew, Samsara Eco, Uluu, v2food, Nourish Ingredients, EVERY Company, RapidAIM, Coviu and Q-CTRL.
Before this he was the founder of Australia’s first incubator and venture studio, Pollenizer, where Phil played an instrumental role in developing the startup ecosystem across Asia Pacific and advised some of the world’s biggest organisations on practical ways to deliver new growth and the cultural change that is required to get there.
There will also be an industry panel featuring leaders in agtech adoption, investment barriers, opportunities and much more.
The panel includes General Manager of Cottom Australia, Michael Murray, CANEGROWERS Chair Owen Menkens, Queensland Fruit and Vegetable Growers CEO Rachel Chambers and FKG Group Innovation and Growth CEO Grant Statton.
Date: Friday, 17 November 2023