Scarce water and extreme environments may be a feature of climate change, but they have always been a challenge for agriculture in Israel, driving advances in smart irrigation and controlled environments. Now the agrifood industry is embracing the move towards snack foods, plant-based diets and meat alternatives – these topics and more are being discussed at the AgriFood Summit Israel 25-27th October 2021.
There is an opportunity to gain an inside track to Israel’s agri-food industry and find out more about the innovation challenges and solutions in this dynamic country. Agri-TechE has partnered with The Trendlines Group to offer a 25% discount for the largest agrifood event in Israel.
The three-day event features a showcase of over early-stage companies with cutting-edge technologies who aim to transform the food and agriculture industries that are under the threat of a changing climate.
Sarai Kemp, Trendlines’ VP Deal Flow, says: “AgriVest is a key event in our industry, attracting the leading global players from industry, investors, academia and startups. It’s a great opportunity to learn about current investment and technology trends, and get exposed to active investors in the agrifoodtech sector. We are excited to partner with Agri-Tech E because of our shared values and believe we can leverage our dual networks to collaborate together to solve industry problems in the agrifoodtech ecosystem.”
Delegates at the event are also eligible for a discount to REAP, Agri-TechE’s flagship conference where Trendlines is taking part in the International Cafe.
The AgriFood Summit Israel takes place on 25-27th October 2021; find out more at agrifoodsummit.co.il