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June 13


After having checked-in in the hotel you can register from 16:00 at the conference desk to collect your badge.

Meet & greet

The conference will start with a Meet and Greet on Tuesday evening, 13 June at 19.00h CEST. Enjoy high quality international food and drinks as you familiarise yourself with the wonderful venue and watch the sun sink into the sea. Don’t miss this opportunity to network with fellow attendees!

June 14 - morning - Agtech

Moderator - Riz Lateef

News anchor, BBC London

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Opening - Knut Nesse

CEO Nutreco

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Hackathon - introduction

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David Rowan

Editor, WIRED magazine

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Adam Anders

Managing Partner & co-founder, Anterra Capital

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Start-ups & panel discussion

Agriconomie, Connecterra, LIVIN farms & panel discussion


June 14 - afternoon - AMR

Anne Villemoes

PR Specialist, former VP Group Communications at Danish Crown

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Thomas van Boeckel

Postdoctoral Fellow, Swiss Federal Institute for Technology (ETH)

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Andrew Morgan

DuPont Fellow and Chief Scientist, DuPont Nutrition & Health

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Rio Praaning

Secretary General and Executive Board Member, PA International

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David Pearl

Corporate Creativity Maestro

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Social event

Informal, high quality dinner in Breakers Beach house

June 15 - morning - agricultural development

Tim Mohin

Chief Executive at Global Reporting Initiative (GRI)

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Hans Schoolderman

Partner, PwC (Sustainability and food integrity)

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Eric Soubeiran

Nature Director at Danone

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Johan van Arendonk

Chief Innovation & Technology Officer at Hendrix Genetics

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Kofi Annan


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Hackathon - results

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Closing remarks - Harm de Wildt

Member of the Executive Committee, Nutreco

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Three main topics

Agricultural technology (Agtech)

Global investment in the Agtech sector has significantly accelerated from $500 million in 2012 to nearly $5 billion in 2015 as entrepreneurs and investors look to tackle production and sustainability issues facing agriculture. Today's technologies have the potential to completely reshape global agriculture, increasing productivity of the agriculture system while reducing the environmental and social costs. During AgriVision we will showcase some exciting new technologies. In addition, we will organise a 32 hour AgriVision hackathon that will offer delegates the opportunity to engage with tech and creative experts.

Antimicrobial resistance (AMR)

The rise of antimicrobial resistance is recognized as one of the greatest threats to public health today. Evidence shows that resistance is driven by the total volume of antibiotics used, also in food production. A drastic reduction of this number and prudent use is crucial, not only in the interests of human health but also for animal health and animal welfare. During AgriVision we will stress the importance of such a holistic cross-collaboration involving the entire value chain, including governments.

Agricultural development

Some 795 million people continue to suffer from hunger and most of these people live in rural areas in the developing world, and rely on agriculture for their food and income. Sustainable agricultural development, in particular in the livestock sector, plays a major role in improving food security and nutrition. It drives major economic, social and environmental changes in food systems worldwide, and provides an entry point for understanding the issues around sustainable agricultural development as a whole.

June 13-15, 2017

Grand Hotel Huis ter Duin
Noordwijk aan Zee, The Netherlands

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