Agri-Expo (SE) has become one of, it not the largest “farmer owned” agricultural and amenity business shows in the UK.
Once again the event, taking place on March 7 at the Kent Showground, will be welcoming more new exhibitors to the fastest growing land-based industry show in the South East.
Agri-Expo showcases the very best machinery, supplies and services available to farmers, land-owners, amenity and landscape specialists at the prestigious Kent Showground located just off the M20 / M2 in Kent. Agri-Expo is set to break previous record numbers of exhibitors who have joined the show to take advantage if its growth and recognition as one of the “must attend” business shows in the agricultural and amenity event diary.
As well as giving exhibitors an opportunity to promote their businesses, Agri-Expo (SE) is keen to promote education, training, business development, diversification opportunities and collaborative projects.
The organisers work continually to support education and training as well as highlighting other industry developments and announcements as and when they arise.
"We very much hope that Agri-Expo gives our visitors the opportunity to meet old and new friends as well as the suppliers of machinery, inputs, advice and support to help a myriad of land-based enterprises in the years of change ahead," said a spokesperson.
"With this in mind, our seminars this year will focus on post-BREXIT farming, with a Breakfast Meeting on grain marketing at 8.30am hosted by Fen Grain and our Headline Seminar at Midday which brings together a wealth of expertise to guide you through the recent announcement made by Mr Michael Gove on his plans for a new greener subsidy recipient plan for the future. Both Seminars will be held in the Astor Pavilion and are free to attend.
"On behalf of the whole team involved in Agri-Expo we wish all our visitors an enjoyable and informative day, Pease remember this is your show, so if there is something you would like to see, then do come and speak to the organisers on The RAMSAK Group Stand in the Maidstone Exhibition Hall."
Further meetings and seminars to be announced.
Admission and parking is free. Gates open at 8.00am. For more information go to the website.
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