Martin Collison spoke on behalf of Water Resources East (WRE), the CLA and the Institute of Agricultural Management at an event in West Norfolk organised by the Environment Agency.
Martin Collison spoke at the RAU Let’s Grow event organised with gFirst LEP on the value and potential of the agrifood and rural economy in Gloucestershire, based on a report written by Collison and Associates Limited.
Martin Collison was very pleased to be on the judging panel for the Innovation in Food Security Venture Creation Weekend held by the Judge Business School at Cambridge University from 15th-17th March.
Martin Collison was a session chair and speaker at the Climate Change – all you need to know in a day event, focused on the relationship between Agriculture and Climate Change on the 6th March in London.
On 5th March Martin attended the New Anglia LEP stakeholder event on its new Local Industrial Strategy at Innovation Martlesham. Martin was filmed for this event talking about the potential in the Norfolk and Suffolk agrifood sector, film is at: https://newanglia.co.uk/local-industrial-strategy/
Agrifood is one of three themes for the New Anglia LIS, alongside clean energy and ICT.
Martin and Tom Collison attended the SKIN project meeting on skills in the food chain in Dublin on 13th and 14th February 2019.
Martin Collison spoke at the 2nd regional conference for the New professions and career paths in the food and drink industry – Delivering high level food industry skills in the digital economy project led by Food and Drink Europe and EFFAT.
Martin Collison spoke at the RAU event focused on the rural economy of Gloucestershire, at the first Let’s Grow event, which attracted 85 delegates from business and the rural community.
The Greater Lincolnshire Food Board met at the House of Commons at the invitation of Sir John Hayes MP to discuss with the county’s MPs how food chain growth could be facilitated.
Martin Collison spoke at the 1st regional conference for the New professions and career paths in the food and drink industry – Delivering high level food industry skills in the digital economy project led by Food and Drink Europe and EFFAT in Budapest on 25th October 2018.