• 12-13 NOV
    GFIA in Focus Australia | Brisbane Australia
    12-13 NOV
    GFIA in Focus Australia | Brisbane Australia

Press release – 23 November

Refinancing after drought and the importance of trusted advisors.

Accessing the best financial advice for survival, recovery and growth in the wake of drought is the key objective of a forum hosted by innovative farm business management digital platform, Agrihive as part the 2018 Brisbane GFIA in Focus in Brisbane next week.

The drought advice forum addresses the importance of having access to trusted advisers, the range of financial products available to farmers and producers to facilitate the adoption of technology based financial management solutions and the proven impact that the implementation of good financial management strategies can have on business resilience and recovery in challenging times.

The forum will also feature a cutting-edge agribusiness financial modelling and analysis tool developed by Agrihive to demonstrate the benefits of data-based decision making, as well as agribusiness specific tips, tools and takeaways designed to assist with making informed, practical, objective and data driven financial business decisions.

James Walker, Managing Director of Agrihive who has been developing and delivering data driven business analysis tools designed to assist agribusinesses manage through drought said,

”Partnering with the 2018 Brisbane GFIA in Focus is an ideal opportunity to help prepare the many agribusiness enterprises attending this event in Brisbane, who may have experienced drought, to move to a recovery mind set.

We also believe that having access to trusted advisors is one of the keys to enabling this recovery, and facilitating dialogue between those offering financial solutions and those seeking it can only generate positive outcomes.”

The Refinancing After Drought Forum, which will take place between 3.00pm and 5.00pm on Tuesday 28th November at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibitor Centre and will be followed by Agrihive GFIA Official Cocktail Function.

The forum will also be livestreamed so that farmers and producers from across Australia who cannot attend the forum in person can participate, online.

Please visit www.gfiaaustralia.com to register and the Agrihive Facebook page www.facebook.com/agrihive/ for more information.