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Aotearoa’s favourite food and fibre sector summit is just around the corner!

E Tipu: The Boma Agri Summit is making its debut in Manawatū on 18-19 June 2024. Don’t miss out on this two-day event, packed with mind-blowing talks, valuable insights, action-oriented workshops, and cross-sector networking opportunities alongside locally sourced, exceptional food 🌿

Sneak peek: E Tipu speakers

The exceptional line up of speakers for 2024 includes local, national and globally acclaimed experts, thought leaders and innovators. From CEO  of EatKinda ice cream Mrinali Kumar, Managing Partner of New Zealand’s longest-running deep tech incubator and venture capital fund, WNT Ventures MJ Alvarez, through to KPMG’s Global Head of AgriBusiness Ian Proudfoot  the speaker line up for 2024 sets this two-day event up for in depth, thought provoking and meaningful discussions.

Check out more speaker profiles below:

Ruth Leary is a passionate advocate for sustainable agriculture and commercial innovation, dedicated to advancing New Zealand’s primary industries. With extensive experience in senior roles at leading agribusinesses and export companies, she currently leads Strategy & Engagement at AgriZeroNZ. Read bio Here.

Kylie Horomia, Growth and Transformation Manager at AgriTech New Zealand, is the matchmaker between agriculture and technology. Her expertise isn’t limited to Aotearoa. Kylie’s been on international missions, scouring the globe for agritech insights that can elevate the industry back home. Read bio here. 

Speaker line up

The Details

When:18-19 June 2024
Where: Palmy Conference + Function Centre
Tickets: Available now

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Did you know there’s special In-Person pricing available for Farmers (50% off,) Not-for-Profits, startups, groups an youth? See for yourself

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