griculture is back at the centre of the global agenda. Increasing constraints are putting unheralded pressure on the sector as it struggles to find solutions for sustainably feeding our booming global population. It is predicted that in the next 40 years, the sector will need to generate outputs equivalent to its total production over the last 10,000 years, if it is going to adequately support the development of living standards across the globe.
On top of these growing demographic pressures, agricultural stakeholders are also having to deal with increased levels of instability within the sector. Rising levels of resource scarcity and extended amounts of political regulation are constricting the operational capabilities of many agricultural industries and networks.
Despite these challenges, there are a range of significant opportunities for workers and investors within modern agriculture. Industry leading organisations are increasingly scaling up the successful branches of their practices, creating new opportunities for disruptive technological solutions.
The renewed realisation in the importance of the sector is driving a fresh wave of innovation. The opportunities for both old and new companies are there within global agriculture, stakeholders just need to know where to look.
Our Agriculture team works in conjunction with our industry practices, providing clients with access to the globe’s finest Agriculture talent.