We asked who you trust most in agribusiness. You voted for Elders!
In June this year, we engaged the services of Roy Morgan who is one of Australia’s leading and longest established independent research companies. They operate globally and are well known for tracking social trends and providing reliable, accurate and meaningful market research.
Roy Morgan surveyed more than 1000 regional Australians and you voted us as the Number One Most Trusted Name in Agribusiness!
For more than 180 years, you have turned to Elders to deliver exceptional knowledge, service and advice. We proudly stand with our clients, and we don’t stop there, we provide an all-inclusive service right down to the friendly shoulder for you to lean on in tough times.
It’s not just years of hard work that makes a farm great. It’s the countless decisions, big and small, that underpin generations of success. We take your success personally, but we certainly don’t take your trust for granted.
We are so grateful that the first name you think of when asked who you trust in agribusiness is…. Elders.
Source: Elders Brand Trust Research 2020 Unprompted Net Trust and Distrust Scores. Base: Total Respondents.
Weighted results. n=1,102, Note: Brands with 20+ mentions.
“Community and our family, they are one in the same. We wouldn’t be here if it wasn’t for them”
– Don & Kelly White
“I can’t remember when we didn’t have Elders in our household – they’ve always been part of the furniture. Not just in work, but across the community and local area. Elders have been part of everything we do,”
– Nick & Kate Wadlow
“Dad’s approach to farming and his willingness to change things that weren’t working are part of the reason I wanted to come back to the farm,”
– David Lehmann
“Our dam was built in 1968. That’s the last time it was dry, and now you can stand in it again.”
– John Howard
“It’s good to know that in dealing with Elders, I’m dealing with a business that supports Australian agriculture. We buy Australian, we support Australian.”
– Nathan Stevens
For more information contact Elders Communications