Managing Agriculture’s Future
The 2016 Florida Agriculture Financial Management Conference (FAFMC) addresses key financial issues growers and producers face. Some of the nation’s leading agricultural and economic experts will provide information on the latest trends and tools to assess and manage the overall financial health of their business. Analyzing financial performance, evaluating new market opportunities, risk management, cybersecurity and adapting to regulatory and technology changes are just some of the highlights of the conference.
The conference, now in its sixth year and supported by a USDA specialty crop block grant among other influential sponsors, will equip participants with the skills to analyze their economic opportunities and challenges. Organizers have maintained their commitment to offer a high-quality experience and affordable pricing for farmers and producers at one of central Florida’s premier resorts.
The event promotes networking with colleagues and peers, the sharing of ideas and best practices, and gives attendants the opportunity to discuss the current financial market and its impact on agribusinesses. Owners and managers of Florida farms – large and small – are encouraged to attend, along with chief financial officers, controllers, CPAs, accountants, book keepers, lenders and attorneys who represent growers. CPE and CLE credits will be available.
The Florida Agriculture Financial Management Conference offers solutions and relationship-building opportunities. Anyone invested in the future of agriculture in Florida will benefit from attending and be part of building the future for us all.
- Learn strategic financial business solutions
- Network with your colleagues
- Share ideas
- CPE and CLE education
- Meet with financially related business partners
- Understand how your daily decisions impact the company profitability
- Discuss the current financial market and its impact on agribusiness
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
- Ag Business
- CFOs and Controllers
- Attorneys with interest in agriculture law practice
- CPAs and Accountants