Member News and Views

Press releases, articles and stories from our members in the agri-tech cluster. This information is provided by third parties and published in good faith.

Max MacGillivray, RedFox, professional insights

(Un)Successful recruitment in agribusiness

Max MacGillivray, founder of RedFox, recruiter for agri-food and business in the UK and internationally, answers the important question not often asked: “What are the characteristics of unsuccessful people in our sectors?”

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Hermione Thompson, JA Kemp, Professional insights

Reasons To Cultivate IP In The Agri-Tech Field

Intellectual property is a great way of enhancing your business. Different types are available to protect different aspects of your business and stop others from copying you without permission Patent specialists at JA Kemp provide compelling reasons why you should cultivate your IP.

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Hannah Smith, Anglia Capital Group, professional insights

Three steps to raise seed investment

There are many other things to think about when approaching an angel investor, but every case is different, and Hannah Smith from Anglia Capital Group takes us through some of the things that can help you make your pitch.

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Mike Mack, Savills

Act now to plan for the future

The issues surrounding succession of farms, uptake of innovations and welcoming the next generation of farmers and agronomists is a complex one, says Michael Mack of Savills, but there are some important points to remember that can help.

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Easton Otley study programme framework, professional insights

The future skills set of agri-tech workforce is in ‘our’ hands

We operate at the heart of one of the fastest growing economies in the country, and it is critical that for colleges to stay credible and up to date we need to deliver the skills required by industry that will be needed in the coming decades. However, it would be impossible and wrong for colleges to work in isolation as we would fail miserably. Success lies in active collaboration.

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