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Rural Contractors annual conference coming up

Rural Contractors annual conference coming up

Rural Contractors New Zealand (RCNZ) is encouraging all of its members – and any others interested in the agricultural contracting sector – to attend its annual conference being held in the Bay of Islands later next month.

Chief executive Roger Parton says this year’s RCNZ annual conference is being held at the Copthorne Hotel and Resort, in Paihia, from June 27-30.

“The conference is now only a month away and for those who have not registered yet; now is the time to do so,” he explains. “We will be unable to hold any accommodation past the end of this month, so if people want come they need to get their registrations in now.”

Mr Parton says the conference has an exciting agenda of relevant and pertinent issues to the rural contracting sector – along with a number of top-line speakers.

The theme for this year’s conference is: “Your Business from Start to Finish” and it will also be a celebration of Rural Contractors NZ 20 years as an organisation.

“We have an an agenda chock-full of presentations on how to get smarter in running your business and use of the latest technology,” Mr Parton adds.

“If you have never attended a national conference before; I can highly recommend it. It provides a fantastic opportunity to network with contractors from all around the country, learn new stuff and have a bit of fun as well.

Registration forms and information on the annual conference are up on the RCNZ website or email: office@ruralcontractors.org.nz for all the details.

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