While the times we're living in may be uncertain, one thing's for sure: the Australian Grains Industry Conference (AGIC) is back in 2020 to once again bring you the premier event on the grains calendar.

This year’s conference will take place on Thursday 30 July and will focus, fittingly, on Resilience and Reinvention. 

And in keeping with the theme, this year’s conference will take place entirely online.

With travel restrictions in place across the country and globe, this year, instead of coming to us for the Australian Grains Industry Conference, we’re coming directly to you.

Using the easy and intuitive software platform, the online event, renamed AGIC 2020 LIVE, will continue to provide the real-life opportunities to connect, learn and engage that delegates have come to know, value and expect.

Whether you attend from the convenience of your office, the comfort of your home study, or while out-and-about on the farm, with AGIC 2020 LIVE, it’s never been easier to connect with peers, learn the latest industry insights, and engage with potential customers and suppliers.

AGIC continues to offer exposure to:

  • Grain and oilseed producers, processors, importers and exporters
  • Manufacturers of food, animal feed, biofuels and bio-based industrial products
  • Suppliers of services (financial/logistical/marketing/communications) to the grain and grain-products industry
  • Ports businesses, freight forwarders, shipping/ocean line companies, container companies
  • Technology, equipment and service providers
  • Trade groups, government agencies and researchers
  • Industry advisers/consultants; key policy/decision makers

AGIC 2020 is proudly hosted by the following leading grains industry organisations.

Grain Trade Australia (GTA) was formed in 1991 to formalise commodity trading standards, develop and publish the trade rules and standardise grain contracts across the Australian grain industry.  GTA's role today is to ensure the efficient facilitation of commercial activities across the grain supply chain. GTA’s has over 270 organisations as members ranging from regional family businesses to large national and international trading/storage and handling companies.

Pulse Australia is a peak industry body that represents all sectors of the pulse industry in Australia, from growers and agronomists through to researchers, merchants, traders and exporters. It is unique in that it is an independent, non-political and whole of industry organisation, which acts as a catalyst for the development of the pulse industry.The 

Australian Oilseeds Federation Inc. (AOF) was established in 1970 to represent the common interests of all Australian oilseed industry participants and to promote the development, expansion and improvement of Australian oilseed production.  The AOF represents players across the total oilseed supply chain including Service Providers / Research, Development & Extension, Growers, Traders/Marketers (domestic and export), Processors (crushers, refiners, manufacturers) and Consumers.