On Tuesday, November 9th, Bloomberg hosts a private virtual event, to discuss how decision-makers in the AgTech industry are utilizing technology to give business and society new tools to tackle the world’s most perplexing issues.
The virtual event will be an intimate discussion led by a senior Bloomberg journalist with Chief Innovation Officers, Chief Data Officers, Chief Digital Officers, and senior business executives across the AgTech sector.
Whether it’s smart-home farming to enhance the quality of food or utilizing AgTech to monitor crop growing cycles, innovation is impacting every aspect of our global economy, and our personal lives. How will climate change exacerbate the food crisis as the global population grows? What are the immediate green pressure points farmers face from limited water availability to runoff penalties? What goals will be set at COP26? How will farmers get recognized and rewarded by the value they are creating?
This roundtable format will foster an environment for an open conversation that will focus on how organizations are adopting an agile mindset to achieve their goals, and where they see the biggest challenges or pitfalls. Through the lens of emerging technologies, we’ll examine how local economies can utilize technology to become more self-sufficient in agriculture, strengthen the global food supply and combat world hunger.