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5 October, 2015 - 23:02 By Kate Sweeney

Savills aims to REAP what its agri-sponsorship sows

Mark Little: Savills Norwich

Savills’ rural business in the east will be the main sponsor of the Producers’ Panel at this years REAP conference, organised by Agri-Tech East.

Building on the success of last year’s sell-out conference, REAP 2015 will focus on the theme ‘Resilience Through Innovation.’ The conference will take place on the November 11 at Churchill College, Cambridge.

Agri-Tech East has invited a number of leading producers, all innovators in their own disciplines, to articulate the challenges they face in delivering top quality products to leading retailers, processors and suppliers.

Mark Little (pictured), director for Savills in Norwich, said: “We are very pleased to confirm our support of this successful event. The Producers’ Panel will see a group of leading Eastern England farmers and growers talking about the opportunities they see for new innovations in the field.

“The conference is about addressing industry-led challenges, so the day will begin with the Producers’ Panel which frames the discussions of the conference. 

“Agri-Tech East is highly proactive and is already fulfilling its role of bringing science, technology and crop production communities together. Savills’ clients are industry leaders and I believe that it is vital we support such initiatives so they can participate and contribute to such forums,” adds Mark.

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