Thank you for making Outlook a success

Thank you to our delegates, speakers and chairs for making ABARES Outlook 2024 such a wonderful success.

We’d also like to extend our gratitude to conference partners CSIRO and AgriFutures Australia for their support.

This year’s event marked a turning point in Outlook’s history, with hybrid participation for the first time, a new venue, vibrant networking opportunities and a variety of different session formats.

We aim to continue innovating and enhancing the conference experience for all.

I invite all registered participants to look back on Outlook 2024’s presentation slides and session recordings through our Virtual Event Portal (login details would have been provided).

On behalf of everyone at ABARES, thanks again for your attendance and support.

Looking forward to the next Outlook!

Jared Greenville

2024 program

Theme: Shaping the Future: opportunities, risk and resilience

ABARES Outlook 2024 will bring together 60 Australian and international speakers and panellists from industry and government in Canberra and online across 12 sessions.

Delegates will dive into the diverse issues shaping the future of Australia’s agriculture, fisheries and forestry industries.

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Outlook partners

Outlook brings together a broad range of participants from across our varied agriculture, fisheries and forestry industries.

It’s a great opportunity for you to partner with one of the most trusted, anticipated and high-profile annual engagement events in agriculture.

Outlook 2024 partners will gain visibility in front of a diverse audience that includes farmers, policymakers, researchers, and industry professionals.

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ABARES is a division of the Department of Agriculture Fisheries and Forestry. We acknowledge the Ngunnawal people the traditional custodians of the land where we work and where Outlook 2024 is being hosted. We pay our Yadaba (respects) to the Traditional Custodians of this land, their culture, their language and elders both past and present.