To gather insights into the professional landscape for women in agriculture, Alltech has announced its support of an industry-wide survey.
Launched on Sept. 10, this global survey, which will be conducted in partnership with AgriBriefing, aims to collect feedback about the barriers that impede progress and to identify the resources needed to ensure workplace equality.
The survey is open to women and men across all sectors of the agri-food industry, and the results will be revealed at the Women in Food & Agriculture Summit, to be held Dec. 3-4, 2019, in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
The collaborative effort aims to reach across sectors and geographical boundaries in an attempt to improve the industry’s outlook.
To take the survey, click here.
Alltech launches women in ag survey
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