2020/07 - Fieldays Online Pre Rego

 
 
We are looking forward to having you join us at Fieldays Online. Please click on the links below to register for our  webinars: 

ASB's Leaders Vision for the Agri Sector

Date: Thursday 16 July

Time: 12.30pm - 1.30pm

A good relationship with your banker is good for farming success. When things get tough, it’s essential. Find out how ASB wants to help your farm, the impact of new capital requirements, and ASB’s vision to be a vital partner for the agri sector. You’ll hear from two of ASB’s leaders: new General Manager of Rural Banking, Ben Speedy, and Tim Deane, the Executive General Manager of Business Banking.


The challenge of sustaining sustainability

Date: Monday 20 July

Time: 12.30pm - 1.30pm

All New Zealanders are proud to live in a country where farmers are custodians of the land, and one of the biggest drivers of sustainable practices. But sustainability can be a controversial issue, both inside and outside the industry, especially when times get tough. What’s the latest in the best ways to ensure environmental compliance? Our panel features key thought leaders and will touch on the important topics surrounding the environment.


Behind every great dairy farm is a great woman

Date: Wednesday 22 July

Time: 12.30pm - 1.30pm

For the first time at Fieldays we’ll have three past winners of the Dairy Woman of the Year on stage together. They’ll talk to ASB’s Richard Spittle about the importance of the professional duo, the role of women in keeping farms financially resilient, and how women are often uniquely placed to find business opportunities, even in tough times. ASB is proud to have been a major sponsor of the Dairy Women’s Network since 2011.



2020 vision - the economic future for farming

Date: Thursday 23 July

Time: 12.30pm - 1.30pm

2020 has been the most eventful and economy-changing year in modern history – and it’s only July. What could possibly come next? Join KPMG’s Ian Proudfoot, ASB Chief Economist Nick Tuffley, as they look into their crystal balls and reveal their expectations for New Zealand’s economy and its primary industry.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the team