Free tickets are now available for Fruit Focus LIVE, the new virtual event for the fruit industry

The Fruit Focus event has moved to a new online platform for the first time ever to support the industry while there is still a threat due to COVID-19.  Tickets are now available for Fruit Focus LIVE at www.fruitfocus.co.uk.  Fruit Focus LIVE will bring the UK’s leading technical event for the fruit industry in a digital format, directly to your screen.

“Although visitors may not be able to physically visit the Fruit Focus Event this year, they won’t miss out on any of the content as all the key features will now be delivered in a virtual sense”, says event director Alli McEntyre. “These are challenging times and while we are disappointed to have had to postpone the event, we are determined to do our utmost to support the industry,” she explains.

“Join the UK fruit and viticulture industries to learn about the latest products and technologies, network with fellow fruit growers, explore virtual tours of the NIAB EMR Research Centre and gain access to the best industry resources.”

This year’s Fruit Focus virtual event is offering visitors a chance to interact in an online environment free of charge. Fruit Focus LIVE will include:

  • Live webinar sessions from industry experts across two days.  Attendees will be able to participate in live Q&As and have the ability to pick up CPD points throughout.
  • New and returning features including the new Lygus Rugulipennis feature, the Strawberry and Raspberry WET Centres plus the Concept Pear Orchard, Plum Orchard and Viticulture Tours.
  • Exhibitor and sponsor-led content showcasing the latest products, technologies and services available.
  • Machinery and equipment in action via demonstration videos.

The brand, website and related marketing materials have been updated to better reflect the new Fruit Focus event format.  Please visit www.fruitfocus.co.uk now to learn more about the event and to register free of charge for Fruit Focus LIVE 2020.

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