Join us for this one-and-a-half day business seminar, designed for women farm managers, marketers and any farm woman interested in honing her business skills.
As we transition the next generation of women farm managers and owners, the need to provide education to women on farm business practices has never been greater, and Top Poducer is proud to offer an event dedicated exclusively to women in agriculture.
Here are the top 3 reasons to attend this conference....
- You can meet and network farm women from all over the country. Last year attendees came from 21 states.
- This year's keynote speaker is Karen McCullough! Energetic, positive and inspiring, Karen will empower you to evolve, grow and realize your true potential for excellence.
- You can learn what's ahead in the 2014 markets, via a live taping of U.S. Farm Report.
Executive Women in Agriculture Conference
Thurs., Dec. 5 - Fri., Dec. 6, 2013
InterContinental Hotel, Chicago, Ill.
Learn about the Executive Women in Agriculture event:
Now in its third year, EWA continues to feature dynamic keynote speakers and educational breakout sessions, as well as an evening networking reception. Hear from some of the industry’s most influential women and visit with attendees who are excited to expand their farm business, management and marketing expertise.
New this year will be a food-based philanthropic opportunity for attendees offered the day before EWA.
Here's what last year's attendees had to say about the event...
Awesome program! I plan on attending next year. I have met some wonderful, amazing women who are contributing enormously to American agriculture!
…I feel like my battery is charged; I'm more focused and it helps me create clearer and better goals for the upcoming year...
This event is amazing for women of all ages. Look forward to my 3rd year next year.
…I am not a farmer at all but what I learned the last 2 days is exactly what I needed to better my customers and provide them with the most cost effective way to manage their feed efficiency, reduce their feed costs and maximize their bottom line.