Those with a personal interest in the future of agriculture, agribusiness and innovative technologies that move products from farm to fork can register now for the education programs at AG CONNECT Expo 2010.
AG CONNECT Expo 2010 will be held January 13-15, 2010 (Preview Day January 12 by special admission) at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Florida.
"Every producer and agribusiness needs to innovate for efficiencies in this very difficult economic time, and our education sessions at AG CONNECT will give attendees a head start in 2010," said Sara Mooney, show director. "Our goal for attendees in our education sessions is help them position their business for future success with the state-of-the-art knowledge they gain at AG CONNECT Expo. It's an investment that will provide both immediate and long-lasting value."
Attendees will gain valuable information and insight from the involvement of various groups who are sponsoring the 34 education sessions at the show. Sessions are sponsored by Successful Farming, Farm Journal Media, 25 x'25, American Agri-Women, Precision Ag, Informa Economics, DTN/Progressive Farmer and Agricultural Safety & Health Council of America.
"Quality education on the current issues and best practices is always a hallmark of trade shows produced by the Association of Equipment Manufacturers - CONEXPO-CON/AGG & IFPE, ICUEE, World of Asphalt & AGG1 - and AG CONNECT Expo will uphold that tradition," Mooney said.
Education Breakout Sessions will include six specialized tracks (registration required). These are:
After each session, attendees will have the opportunity to meet with experts and other producers from around the world in the Networking Zone to discuss challenges, share ideas and interact with peers and expert speakers in a roundtable setting.
For more information, see AG CONNECT Expo.