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WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
General Managers, CEOs, Presidents, Shareholders, Partners and CFOs of Producers, Processors, Co-ops and other Agribusinesses.
Tuesday, October 16th, 2018 from 12:00-1:00pm CT
In the face of shifting trade policies, rising demand due to the population growth and industry-wide uncertainty, the American agriculture sector will be confronting a more challenging business environment in the years ahead. However, for agriculture operations, there are powerful resources available to ensure stability and future growth.
Please join us for a complimentary webinar as alliantgroup Chairman of Agriculture and former U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Mike Johanns is joined by alliantgroup Agriculture Practice Lead Jeremy Troutman to discuss the valuable government incentive opportunities that exist for the benefit of U.S. agribusinesses. For the vital work these companies perform in food production, from raising crops and livestock to implementing food production processes in their factories or facilities, agribusinesses can be rewarded in the form of cost-saving federal and state tax incentives.
ABOUT THE PRESENTERS:
Mike Johanns was the U.S. Secretary of Agriculture from 2005-2007 as well as the Governor of Nebraska from 1999-2005 and the state’s U.S. Senator from 2009-2015. As alliantgroup’s Chairman of Agriculture, Johanns brings more than 30 years of experience at virtually every level of government and a strong background in both agriculture and economic development. As the Secretary of Agriculture, he managed 18 different agencies, opened or expanded access to 40 international markets and was responsible for multiple agricultural breakthroughs as a negotiator for the Doha Development Round.
Jeremy Troutman is alliantgroup’s Agricultural Practice Leader and an Associate Director. Jeremy leads a team of agricultural experts and has completed hundreds of agricultural case studies involving farming, food processing and livestock production. To date, Jeremy and his team have found an estimated $200 million in federal and state R&D tax credits.
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