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Cereals 2017 is hosted on the 14th & 15th June 2017 at Boothby Graffoe, Lincolnshire.
Situated on a working farm, Cereals is unique in offering working demonstration areas for manufacturers, distributors and dealers of cultivation equipment. Syngenta’s Sprays and Sprayers arena facilitates moving demonstrations for sprayer manufacturers and crop plots (grown to your specification) enable seed companies and agchem manufacturers to show large numbers of growers and agronomists what their products can do.
All exhibitors benefit from extensive PR and marketing opportunities that extend well beyond the two show days. Farmers Weekly, Cereals’ media partner, distributes over 59,000 show guides prior to the event, publishes comprehensive previews and post-reports. The event also attracts pre and post show coverage in Crops, CPM, Arable Farming, Farm Business and Agronomist and Arable Farming. Cereals also heavily promotes exhibitor news through our own marketing and PR activities - from hosting press releases on our website to sharing YouTube videos and retweeting exhibitor news.
Exhibiting at Cereals is an ideal opportunity to reach the majority of decision makers within the arable industry, improve brand awareness, generate leads and sell products and services.
"Cereals keeps going from strength to strength. There's nothing to touch it for progressive technical content, must-have business information and great networking opportunities. If you're serious about arable, you can't afford to miss it," Farmers Weekly.
Cereals attracts over 24,000 industry professionals. The majority of the audience are decisions makers; 42% of visitors in 2016 were aged between 36 and 55 and over 50% of visitors were farm owners or managers. In addition, the event attracts key influencers; 6% of 2016 visitors were advisors, consultants or agronomists.
Among the visitors you’ll find a large acreage is represented. 21% of the visitors in 2016 were responsible for over 1,000 ha.