Beef 2018 Preview

Insights series to examine opportunities for beef businesses

Beef Central, 24/04/2018

A SERIES of insight sessions covering the topics of ‘getting investment ready’ for businesses looking to grow, the global outlook for beef and succession planning will be hosted by National Australia Bank Agribusiness as part of its presence at Beef Australia 2018 in Rockhampton next month.

Khan Horne

The series will be hosted by NAB Agribusiness general manager Khan Horne, who said NAB’s specialists and agribusiness bankers from across the country will converge on Rockhampton for the event.

“This is a unique opportunity for beef producers to spend some time with specialists on an array of topics and get some new ideas to drive productivity and change in their own businesses,” Mr Horne said.

“Producers are also welcome to drop into the stand at any stage during the week to catch up with the team or to use the business space.”

The informative forums are open to all Beef 2018 visitors, and will be held at NAB’s site, P210, from 10.30am on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, May 8-10.

Tuesday 8 May: Join Bill Adams and Mark Scanlon from succession planning advisers Next Rural along with Ben Antonio and Gareth Davies of JBWere for a discussion on ‘Transition, succession planning and wealth management strategies for agribusinesses’.

Ben Matigian

Wednesday 9 May: Join Ben Matigian of NAB Financial and Equity Advisory for his discussion on corporate acquisition strategies; business insights for agribusinesses looking to grow, or change structure of their business. Ben will also share some Federal Budget highlights and ‘so whats’ for the beef industry from NAB’s analysis.

Thursday 10 May: Agribusiness economist Phin Ziebell and head of agribusiness markets, Greg Noonan lead a session on ‘Economic and markets outlook and opportunities, both domestically and offshore for the Beef industry and related agribusiness sectors’.

 

Source: NAB

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