Aug 6, 2020Hazera Experience Days go digital Sept. 22-24
Hazera has enjoyed welcoming customers to their annual open days for many years, but this year, owing to the current COVID-19 situation, Hazera will offer a three-day, digital program, Sept. 22-24.
“By adapting our usual offer, we will be able to keep customers and employees safe, but at the same time staying in close contact with you,” a news release stated.
What to expect
Updates will be available from our Product Managers on the latest trends in different markets and crops.
Inspiring talks from keynote speakers on topics like sustainability, fresh chain, drip irrigation and many more.
Customers will also have the opportunity to visit our fields digitally.
Meet up with the Hazera team
We are looking forward to welcoming you to our virtual world. You can connect with your local sales representatives, or schedule appointments with our product managers online. If you prefer, you can join one of our informal meetings and connect to our virtual coffee room.
Go to www.hazera-events.com, register, schedule your meetings and stay tuned!
In the coming weeks we will keep you updated on the program and timetables.
Hazera is a seed company. Hazera brings expertise, commitment and support, combining decades of experience with state-of-the-art technology. Hazera breeds, develops, produces and markets varieties and seeds in a wide range of vegetable crops around the world.
Hazera’s headquarters are situated in Israel and The Netherlands, with subsidiaries in twelve countries and an extensive distribution network providing services in over 100 additional markets. This worldwide presence enables us to be close to our customers. It allows us to offer technical support and to anticipate and respond to local needs by creating varieties that fit specific climates, growing conditions and market requirements.
Hazera is part of the Limagrain Group, an international agri-business based in France. Being a farmers’ cooperative, the Limagrain Group understands the needs of its customers and has grown to become the largest seed company in Europe, specialising in vegetables, field crops and cereal products. Limagrain’s vegetable seed division is the second largest company in the industry.