As the show that challenges arable farmers to address production efficiency, innovation and profitability, CropTec Show is a must-attend event for agritech incubation and enterprise hub, Farm491.
World food demands are expected to rise by 70% over the next 30-40 years or so, and to meet this demand agriculture faces challenges. With pressure on profit margins and ensuring sustainable production, farming will increasingly look to innovative technology that has the capacity to help maximise output and increase efficiency. As an agritech facilitator, Farm491 inspires the development of technological enterprise for food and farming.
At CropTec Show, Farm491 and a selection of its diverse agritech members, will be on hand to speak to visitors who may be looking to also develop technological solutions to benefit the food and farming industries. Members will share their experiences of working with Farm491, whether that be through office or practical workshop residency, participating in its Inspiring Agritech Innovation (IAI) bootcamps which help start-ups or early stage SME’s develop enterprises, or use its newly opened Alliston Centre, a £4.2m state of the art incubation hub. For agritech start-ups who are looking for support, The Alliston Centre, located at the Royal Agricultural University in Cirencester, presents the perfect business location. It offers a flexible, co-working environment with a like-minded business community and dedicated office space to take your business to the next level.
Visit Farm491 on stand 1.46 to learn more about their sophisticated facilities to support and grow agritech innovation.