Smart, SUSTAINABLE and Seed: Agritech Summit


January 27, 2022 – Virtual Event

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SAT Summits are industry led events dedicated to increasing the depth of the conversation and understanding of the agritech ecosystem and its potential. 

This particular SAT Summit focuses on Sustainability and a look at how technology has the potential to solve many of the issues faced by the farming sector currently and into the future. It is an informed discussion with industry leaders, farmers, agritech companies and academia from Ireland and abroad

The agenda will explore the latest technologies, practices and innovations that will help to support agriculture’s sustainability efforts. The most recent carbon budget programme requires a 51 per cent reduction in carbon emissions by 2030 and the agriculture sector will invariably transform its food production methods now and in the future. 

This summit will allow us to think about the economic and environmental pillars of sustainability, particularly focusing on opportunities that agritech innovation will provide to farmers in the next decade and beyond.

The summit agenda is structured to include esteemed keynote speakers, international best practice, industry leader case studies and discussion panels allowing for LIVE Q&A in specific topic areas. Furthermore, the agenda uses virtual event technology to explore different sectors within the industry in greater detail.

This unique event will also highlight practical innovations and shine a spotlight on some of the alternative farming that is taking place in Ireland. This event is a must ‘attend’ for farmers as well as everyone interested in Irish agriculture and food production.

Topics will include:

  • How we can better utilise our fertiliser
  • Changing your cow’s eating habits
  • A happy cow is a productive cow
  • Newest advances in spraying technology
  • Technology that is helping to put money back in your pocket
  • Sustainable Farming – What are we doing and what can we learn
  • The growth of alternative farming providing new opportunities

Those that should attend include:

  • Farmers
  • Agri-Tech Companies
  • Technology Specialists
  • Cloud, Bandwidth & SaaS Providers
  • Venture Capitalists and Investors
  • AgriBusiness Partners
  • Food & Drink Companies
  • Regulatory & Government Agencies
  • Banks, Finance & investment Institutions
  • Consultancy & Advisory Firms
  • Legal Firms
  • Academia
  • International Trade Associations
  • Industry Service Suppliers

Here are some of the well-known organisations who attended our previous summits:


Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine, Diageo, Munster Bovine, Gala Retail Services, Dairygold, PM Group, Herdwatch, Kerry Group, Mazars, Glanbia, Deloitte, Moocall, Dansko Foods, ICMSA, Grant Thornton, Alltech, Irish Exporters Association, GEA Farm Technologies, McDonalds Restaurants of Ireland, Zoetis, Enterprise Ireland,  Keelings, Dairymaster, Applegreen, UCD Institute of Food and Health, Ballymaloe Foods, Easyfix, Arthur Cox, Musgrave, GS1 Ireland, Bord Bia, ICBF, Meath Enterprise, Cavan County Council, Valeo Foods, Granby Sausages, Calor Gas, Invest NI, BDO, Norbrook, Carroll Cuisine, AIB, Irish Distillers Pernod Ricard, Michael JF Wright, Dawn Farms, Rhenus, Northern Ireland Food and Drink Association, IHFA, Pharvet, Australian Trade & Investment Commission, Irish Beverage Council, Animal Health Ireland, Smaxtec, Department of Health, DWF, RCPI, Davy Corporate Finance, Seed Technology, Boyne Valley Group, Mason Hayes Curran, Smurfit Kappa, Food Drink Ireland, Food Drink Europe, Festo, Ballina Beverages, Kuehne & Nagel, Dunnes Stores, Teneo, Mars Ireland, Lely, Morrow Communications, Irish Bread Bakeries Association, Coca-Cola, Kantar Worldpanel, Teagasc, Key Capital, AHV Animal Health, Barclays Bank, IBEC, Moy Park Ltd, Rabobank, Chanelle Pharma, NSAI, Interchem, Fonterra Europe, FBD Insurance, FoodCentral, Tailpainter, Meade Potato Company, Anuland, Wexford Creamery, Comex, Irish Farmers Association, DairyGeyser, Rosderra Meats, Meat Industry Ireland, The National Dairy Council, Bandon Co-op, IFAC, Flogas, Kennedys, Efficient Farm Systems, Love Irish Food, PwC, Quinns of Baltinglass, Celtrino, AW Ennis, MSD Animal Health, Bimeda, Lakeland Dairy Group, HSE, Cork Meats, ABP Food Group and many more…


The Virtual Summit Experience

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To adapt to the current environment and the growing demand for delegates to enjoy the conference experience in an online manner, SAT Summit will come to you as a virtual event.

While our delegates will join in from the comfort of their homes and offices across Ireland and around the world, the event itself will be broadcast live using our customized, state of the art virtual platform.

Delegates will have the opportunity to step into our unique virtual summit environment, which includes access to the live stream, live speaker & panel Q&A sessions, a virtual exhibition hall, as well as the opportunity to network, connect and chat in real time.



Some feedback from our previous IT events:

 Padraig Hennessy

AgTech Ireland

It was certainly one of the more interesting events I have attended
Adrian Crean
“A useful, worthwhile day, good to meet some other key leaders. Insightful presentations”

Jenny Melia

Enterprise Ireland

“Excellent conference. Content very interesting. Good blend of topics. Good opportunities for networking”

Danny O’Brien

SVG Ventures 

“it was a great conference and well executed”

Mary Ellis

FarmTech Society

“I enjoyed the event and the panel was very engaging”

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Contact Us

This summit is organised by Agri Insider. If you have any questions, requests, or require assistance with your booking, please feel free to contact me:

Jason Webb

Conference Facilitator

Tel: +353 86 3871172

Email: [email protected]

Agri Insider is a new agricultural media business with investors including the Business Post Group. Our mission is to deliver a trusted source of high-quality innovative content that is of value to the industry and farmers. We have a particular focus on the business and technology that is changing our sector and we want to inform and educate all on the effect of this on the future of Irish farming and Agribusiness.