In June, the Cereals team brought the UK’s leading technical event for the arable industry online. RABI was the charity partner for the event which, to date, has been accessed by 19,564 attendees.
The schedule of the online show was fully packed and the 90+ moderators, speakers and panellists did not have time to answer the 568 questions asked by attendees over the two days.
To give the questions the time and consideration that they deserve, the Cereals team are hosting Cereals LIVE: The Q&A Edition on 5 November. The Q&A Edition will host a day of webinars ‘by farmers for farmers’, offering visitors an interactive and relaxed environment with the opportunity to bring up new queries and to share ideas and concerns with others within the farming industry. Topics will include; ‘New era, new challenges, new opportunities’, ‘A healthier environment: A healthier bottom line’, ‘Sustainable crop management’ and ‘New tools for a new era.’
Cereals LIVE: Q&A Edition will also kickstart Cereals Support, a free service that offers advice and assistance for arable farmers during this trying time. It will consist of a monthly webinar series, focusing on one specific theme around farming, ie finance, legal, marketing, mental health, equipment and agronomy sectors.
The Cereals team will be working with RABI, the longstanding official charity partner of the event, on the first project of Cereals Support, which is associated with mental health.
“We are very excited to be launching our new online wellbeing platform which we hope will prove a valuable new support service for the farming community, who are facing such challenging and uncertain times,” says Suzy Deeley, corporate partnership manager at RABI. “Thank you to Comexposium and Cereals for your continued and much valued support.”
For more information and to register for the Cereals LIVE: Q&A Edition, please visit the Cereals website.