Across the world, the equinox occurs twice a year when the earth's equator passes the center of the sun. In many regions, the timing of an equinox corresponds with the Spring and Fall periods. This marks a change of seasons and is typically a critical time for planting and harvesting agricultural crops and produce. During this period, the massive preparation that has gone into selecting varieties, production practices, and operating procedures is tested. For those operating within agriculture, success or failure can be determined by key decisions occurring within these windows of time. The "equinox" represents truly vital times of the year.
The Equinox symbol represents the world of continuous change. At Equinox, we provide the expertise to help our clients and partners embrace and manage through change to enhance and grow their business.