Chatting all things ag-finance were RSM senior accountant Emily McLarty (left), ANZ assistant accountant Shereen Lim and ANZ relationship manger Natalie Marchese.
AgConnectWA committee members Lavinia Wehr (left), Shannen Barrett, Geoff Dwyer and Tiffany Davey.
Curtin University law and commerce student Matilda Lloyd (left), with Curtin University agribusiness students Jordy Medlen and Indi Lamond.
Curtin University agribusiness student Jordan Dwyer (left), farmer Ben Buller, Darkan, with Curtin University agribusiness students Tristan Clarke, Ben Cavanagh and Mitchell Bell.
Farmers Edge tech specialist Amy Schulz (left), Perth NRM project officer Shay Couch, WAFarmers executive officer Kate Nicol and independent energy and organic farming researcher Vijay Aaditya.
Farmers Michael Dwyer (eft), Southern Brook and Zeke Zalsman, Oldbury, with Westpac business development manager Tom Wallace and KPMG consultant Mitch Lang.
Horticulture graduate Katie Armstrong-Sebbes (left), 4Farmers sales and distribution assistant Elly McKenny, Rural Bank graduate officer Amber Foster and Curtin University agribusiness student Michaela Hendry.
AgConnectWA committee member Lavinia Wehr and RSM graduate accountant Dave Clark.
YOUNG people working in agriculture or those aspiring for a career in ag were keen to network and share ideas about an industry that they are all passionate about.
From students in commerce, agribusiness and animal science, to professionals in sectors such as finance, communications and policy - and of course farmers - the AgConnectWA sundowner, which was hosted by RSM recently, attracted more than 50 young, bright minds.
The sundowner was just one of the many events that AgConnectWA organises to help young professionals network and develop their careers.