Earlier this year, more than 100 different dealerships and companies gathered to share, learn and network at the first ever Precision Farming Dealer Summit. The sold out, 2-day event put dealers in a learning-intense environment to discuss actionable, revenue-generating precision farming strategies.
We're happy to announce the 2017 Precision Farming Dealer Summit will be held Jan. 9-10 in St. Louis and wanted to extend to you a special invitation to take advantage of our pre-program discount rate for the event. We promise this is the lowest price you'll see to register for the 2-day event focused on profitable precision business strategies.
When visiting and talking with precision farming dealers, one of the questions I like to ask is “What keeps you up at night?”
The answers tend to be as diverse as the size and location of the dealerships themselves, emphasizing the constantly evolving nature of the business. While losing a little sleep can be part of building a profitable precision department, it’s how dealerships overcome challenges and learn from their mistakes that define long-term success.
Here's what John Schmeiser, CEO of WEDA, had to say about precision farming and the 2016 event:
“It certainly opened our eyes to the incredible opportunity for our dealers in addition to selling and servicing equipment, precision ag gives our dealers a new opportunity for revenues to help build their business and have sustainable growth over the future.”
This January 9-10 in St. Louis, will present another opportunity for precision farming retailers to gather at the 2nd Precision Farming Dealer Summit. The intimate event will feature networking and idea sharing through general sessions, panel presentations and dealer-moderated roundtable discussions.
Summit topics are scheduled to include, innovative solutions to conquering equipment compatibility, effective methods for branding your precision farming business and maximizing productivity and accountability of precision specialists.
Here's what Bryan Peterman, FarmSight Service Manager of Atlantic Tractor, said about his experience at the 2016 event:
“I also like to hear all the challenges that dealers have, whether it be billing out time or just giving good customer support in this new age of technology and the demands it’s put on us. So I feel real good about coming to conferences like this and being able to meet other people that are in the same world as I am.”
Co-located with the 25th Annual National No-Tillage Conference, the 2017 Precision Farming Dealer Summit will be held Jan. 9-10 at the Hilton St. Louis at the Ballpark. Stay tuned for conference updates in upcoming issues of Farm Equipment magazine and Precision Farming Dealer and visit www.PrecisionFarmingDealer.com/pfd-summit-registration for the pre-program discount!