Registration is Now Open for #ARA2017

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Registration is now open for the ARA Conference & Expo. Join industry leaders and key decision makers for three days of networking and professional development November 28-30, at the Arizona Biltmore in Phoenix.

Two valuable topics and speakers for the event include:

Consolidation in Agribusiness

Jim Collins, Executive Vice President with DuPont, will discuss the Dow-DuPont merger, strategic developments driving consolidation and current trends impacting the ag industry.

Global Economic and Business Trends

Geopolitical strategist and author Peter Zeihan will address the realities of geography and population trends to help you navigate today's complex mix of risks and opportunities.

Check out the overall agenda and Discover more about #ARA2017!

We hope to see you in Phoenix!


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