EOIs now open to join #TeamQueensland at evokeAG 2023

The Office of the Queensland Chief Entrepreneur is seeking nominations from Queensland enterprises and ecosystem builders wishing to attend evokeAG 2023 in Adelaide on 20-21 February 2023

evokeAG. 2023 will bring the brightest and the best together to talk about global agrifood innovation and tech and how these collide, intersect, connect, translate, complement, and challenge our most important assets – our people, our farms, our soil, our water and our Earth.

This unique opportunity to engage with Australian and international innovation, investment and business leaders will help you identify opportunities and potential collaborations to commercialise, pilot and adopt innovative solutions that can leverage new market opportunities and funding sources.

The Office of the Queensland Chief Entrepreneur, Advance Queensland and the Department of Agriculture and Fisheries are partnering to offer a number of full-rate registrations to evokeAG valued at $1,100.

Applications are welcomed from all Queensland businesses, agrifood startups or start-up organisations with less than 100 full time equivalent staff and regional ecosystem leaders who are headquartered in Queensland as at May 2022. Applicants are limited to one ticket per enterprise.

Successful applicants must commit to attend the conference in-person unless government restrictions constrain attendance (The conference isn't facilitating a hybrid event, therefore only in-person registrations are available). Flights and accommodation are at the successful applicants own expense.

Nominations close 5pm Friday 16 December 2022

Submit your expression of interest HERE

Find out more about evokeAG 2023 HERE


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