Marking its 55th anniversary, CEJA, the European Council of Young Farmers, launched its new visual identity and revealed its new logo in Brussels in December.
A celebration reception took place in the European Parliament, which was attended by a number of MEPs including MEP and Vice-Chair of the EPP Group, Mairead McGuinness, who spoke at the event.
CEJA President Matteo Bartolini accompanied by his team of Vice-Presidents unveiled the logo. The launch of the new logo coincides with the Council’s adoption of the CAP reform package which marks the end of a lengthy process of negotiations for CEJA as well as the EU institutions.
Speaking at the launch event, Matteo Bartolini welcomed the new CAP as a success, saying: “We have decided to refresh CEJA’s image in order to look to the future with the creation of a new, younger visual identity to coincide with a new, younger CAP.”
Massey Ferguson is an official partner of CEJA which provides representation for around 1.8 million young farmers across Europe and has a primary goal to encourage young people into farming.
Pictured at the CEJA reception held in the European Parliament, Campbell Scott, Massey Ferguson Director, Sales Engineering and MF Brand Development presents Matteo Bartolini and Mairead McGuinness with a Massey Ferguson calendar.
“We have decided to refresh CEJA’s image in order to look to the future..."