The 2022 Turf Business Summit agenda has been an ongoing mission following the success of the last event at The Belfry. It is an agenda shaped by turfcare professionals from across all fields of our industry and facilitated by Research Engine. 

Through the feedback received from our State Of The Nation survey, powered by Research Engine, coupled with our Virtual Focus Group and Twitter polls; we are in the process of refining subjects that the industry feel are the most important areas to address at this year’s Summit. The results collected will form the basis of our workshop groups, these being the core element of the event.

Updates on initiatives that are already underway can be expected, as well as sessions designed to help our delegates hone their management skills.

With the 2022 event fast-approaching, the Summit’s schedule will remain topical and up-to-date, building on the outcomes that came out of the Portugal Summit. With the collaboration of Research Engine and industry members’ ideas and expertisethe 2021 agenda continues these discussions and will press forward with new ones. The Summit’s attendees will still set the agenda, do the talking, be the decision-makers help to deliver solutions that can benefit the industry.  

Turf Business and Research Engine are committed to prioritising the industry’s most relevant issues to ensure the agenda reflects the concerns of the whole industryWith your input, a framework to facilitate debate will take place over two days, in a series of engaging discussions and informative work-shopsAs well as our partnership with Research Engine, the Summit continues our long-term drive to deliver ideas, share information and resolve issues in the turfcare industry now and in the future. 

Research Engine 

Founded by Chris Horne and Mike Heisig, Research Engine is a leading market research agency based in London who Turf Business have collaborated with to forge an agenda specifically for the Summit. Research Engine’s expert team have a strong history of carrying out market research projects for leading companies. Branching out from a core business of agriculture, they have moved into the fine turf and amenity markets and have established a strong background with their clients and markets.