3rd Agri Leadership Summit-2018 Riding on the resounding success of Agri Leadership Summit, 2015 and 2017, Haryana is organising the 3rd edition of Agri Leadership Summit to provide avenues for recognition, facilitation and incubation of farmer leaders. The 3rd Agri Leadership Summit, 2018 will have three distinct themes – ‘Direct Marketing & Peri Urban Agriculture”, “Doubling Farmers Income”, Enhancing Milk Productivity and Dairy Development”. Besides, there will be focus on issues such as packaging, value addition, branding, direct marketing, micro irrigation/soil health, organic farming, risk management, A2 milk production/dairying, aquaculture, agro product marketing, agro industries etc.
Seminars will also be organised on sectors such as Organic Village and zero budget agriculture, enhancing milk production, dairy development, Agriculture Services, Digital Connectivity etc. It is expected that more than 350 reputed National and International Companies/ Exhibitors will participate in the Summit under exclusive industry and sector specific pavilions and more than 1,00,000 visitors comprising of farmers, entrepreneurs, researchers, members of teaching faculty, students from agriculture and horticulture Universities and stakeholders across the country shall visit the Summit.
The Summit will bring stakeholders from all disciplines of Agriculture and Allied sectors under one roof. It will be an excellent platform for companies to market and exhibit their products/services. An investor-friendly government coupled with transparency, good infrastructure and close proximity to National Capital make Haryana an ideal investment destination for Agro based industries.
Technological innovations have taken place in the agri industry and these have begun to take effect in India as well. Today emphasis is being laid on taking technology to the farmers and farmer’s produce direct to the market. The 3-day Summit aims at guiding the farmer and the agri-industry of Haryana towards maximum value creation and to create a direct linkage between farmers and the market.