16th March 2022 BOMA / Events
This year’s Boma Agri Summit in Christchurch on 21-22 June will host speakers from the US and UK.
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Described as the biggest food and fibre event of the year, the Boma NZ Agri Summit kicks-off in Christchurch this morning.
The Christchurch event will feature international and local speakers, interactive workshops, expert panels, cross-sector networking and more.
The food and fibre event will be held 11-12 May at the Christchurch Town Hall.