Wealth of ag experience invested into the Dowerin partnership
With research showing strong agricultural industry confidence after a bumper crop and high grain prices, and Western Australia’s farmers looking to expand and invest in their operations, Dowerin GWN7 Machinery Field Days has welcomed financial services firm Euroz Hartleys to its fold of partners supporting the historic Field Days event.
A WA company providing a full spectrum of corporate finance, stockbroking and wealth management services, coupled with a history of supporting community initiatives and partnering with the agricultural sector, Dowerin GWN7 Machinery Field Days General Manager Danielle Green said Euroz Hartleys was a natural and strategic fit with the Field Days event.
“Australia’s agricultural sector is experiencing a time of transformation, entrepreneurship and enviable growth,” said Ms Green.
“The Field Days works to support the sector and agricultural operators so they can harness this growth now and in future. Our role is to bring people together at an event which provides a vital information highway and one stop shop for all farmers, primary producers, agricultural workers, and their families, in an environment that encourages engagement and connection with industry and commerce.”
“Euroz Hartleys has been part of our story for years now, and we’re thrilled their commitment to the Field Days has grown alongside the ag sector,” she said.
Euroz Hartleys’ David Smyth said the firm shared the Field Days’ ethos of ‘Growing industry, seeding connections and cultivating community’, noting its years exhibiting at Field Days had paid dividends for his company through the relationships and networks built at the event.
“Dowerin GWN7 Machinery Field Days is an important platform for people in the agricultural industry, and for the communities that are supported by this vital sector,” said David.
“We are proudly Western Australian focused, and we believe we have an obligation to give back to our Western Australian community. Many on our team are country-raised, and we are pleased to build on our partnership with the Field Days to further support the agriculture industry which is so crucial to Australia,” he said.