Sponsors and Partners

Farmers Weekly

Farmers Weekly is the market-leading and award-winning title for the UK agriculture industry. Since 1934, it has been delivering news, technical advice and industry insights to help farmers make informed decisions that enable them to run their businesses more efficiently.

FWi offers daily news and market prices plus a database of essential reference guides and how-to articles, from safeguarding herd health, maximising crop yields and servicing farm machinery to staying ahead of the latest legislation.

On social media it has more followers than any other UK farming publication. Farmers Weekly’s active, engaged community are on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and YouTube.


UK Urban AgriTech collective

The UK Urban AgriTech collective, or UKUAT, brings together the UK’s key players in modern agricultural technologies. We’re a cross-industry group devoted to promoting urban agtech as a solution for food and environmental crises. We influence policy by sharing information, educating, and communicating practitioner needs as one. We promote the uptake of agtech in urban and peri-urban settings by uniting to attract funding and customers.


With the advice and guidance of a very experienced team of horticultural and creative professionals UrbanAgNews.com is focused on providing innovative and educational content to a wide audience from professional greenhouse vegetable growers to those interested in starting non-traditional businesses in urban agriculture, city and vertical farms.

FarmTech Society (FTS)

FarmTech Society (FTS) is an international non-profit industry association that unites and supports the Controlled Environment Agriculture (CEA) industry, seeking to strengthen the sector through the development and implementation of resilient and future-proof methods and technologies for indoor growing.

FTS works around 3 keys pillars; Standards, Education, and Policy, bringing together its membership in committees dedicated to working together to advance these topics and collective progress upon them.

For more information visit https://farmtechsociety.org/