Branding and communication of the £2 million Agri-Tech centre at Hartpury University was developed in partnership with GFirst LEP to offer unique demonstration, bio-security and livestock areas to showcase the potential of smart farming.
The centre provides a hub for farmers and food producers to share knowledge, innovations and ideas for best practices to help increase productivity
Fusion was briefed to develop an identity and branding for the Centre as well as engaging and professional environmental graphics to educate and inspire farmers, reflect best practice and establish Hartpury as smart farming experts in the agricultural industry.
National Farmers’ Union (NFU) President Minette Batters officially opened the centre with over 100 invited guests.
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