In addition to the valuable networking and consulting that takes place throughout the day, take advantage of structured networking meetings, discussions, and resources offered during the conference lunch period. Check back for updates of our 2019 conference offerings.
Meet with restaurant owners, chefs, distributors, and grocers to discuss your products and the possibility of a match. Meetings are typically 15–20 minutes long, allowing for a brief time to make introductions, exchange business information, and possibly make a match between what you produce and what each buyer needs. There are no promises made and no contracts signed on site; it’s just a chance for you to open a door and follow up later. For those getting started, this is a great opportunity to learn about individual buyer requirements.
Ask a Lawyer
Local attorneys will be on hand to answer questions on a variety of agribusiness topics in an informal setting. Click on the links below to learn more about each attorney’s expertise and practice concentrations.
Social Media Consulting
Whether you are just getting started with social media or looking to improve your current online marketing strategy, take advantage of individual support from regional communications professionals to answer your basic and advanced social media questions.
Tackle Your Taxes
Meet with a registered tax preparer to discuss how to document your income, losses, labor, equipment, and more in your 2018 tax return. Bring your advanced tax forms and questions to get help navigating your agribusiness taxes.
Find valuable agricultural, business, insurance, and legal resources and services to support your farm business through networking and consulting.