It is part of AgriBriefing’s Women in Food and Agriculture campaign, which promotes the role of women across the agribusiness supply chain.
Spokeswoman Elisabeth Mork-Eidem said: “The aim of this ground breaking survey is to explore the current gender diversity and inclusion sentiment across the entire agricultural supply chain. By accessing personal views and experiences, we can identify potential solutions to help companies act on gender diversity, gain stronger business outcomes and drive the industry forward.”
It runs until October 14 and the results will then be presented at the Women in Food and Agriculture Summit in Amsterdam in December.
To take part, go to www.wfasummit.com