Agribusiness agenda 2014 : leading New Zealand's primary industry into a prosperous future
By: KPMG New Zealand.Publisher: KPMG New Zealand, 2014Description: 2 volumes : illustrated ; PDF file.Subject(s): New Zealand | Primary industry | Primary productionOnline resources: Click here to download.
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FACILITATING GROWTH IN AN UNCERTAIN WORLD (VOLUME 1): Year in review 2013/14 -- Industry leaders' priorities -- Next generation of leaders -- The growth agenda -- Rural communities -- Sustainable farming -- Sector focus: Canterbury -- Maori agribusiness -- Biosecurity -- Food safety -- Long-term market access -- Case study: NZ avocado -- Product diversification -- China -- Sector focus: forestry -- Future capital -- People challenges -- Sector focus: horticulture -- Potential of water -- Innovation -- Sector focus: agrichemicals -- Technology -- Red meat sector -- Case study: Greenlea Premier. EXPLORING OUR GLOBAL FUTURE (VOLUME 2): Thriving in our multipolar world -- Placing New Zealand in today's world -- Key trends that are changing the world -- Challenging the status quo - geopolitical instabilities; economic rebalancing; Government 3.0 -- Future world citizens - 21st century consumer; the ageing generation; integrated urban living -- Empowering infrastructure - new wellness models; meeting energy needs; targeted education -- A connected and converging digital world - diffused innovation; realising value in data -- Enabling indefinite sustainable living - climate changing; facing resource scarcity; emerging social enterprise.
Analyses the key opportunities and challenges facing New Zealand's primary sector. Volume 1 explores potential strategies for the industry to maximise its success in global markets, focusing on its relationships with consumers, government and others. Volume 2 identifies trends in the global agri-food system, and discusses the potential opportunities and challenges they create for New Zealand's primary sector companies.