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Agri Investment Forum 2015

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Agri Investment Forum 2015

Time: June 3, 2015 to June 4, 2015
Location: Eaton Chelsea Hotel, Toronto
Website or Map: http://www.agri-investmentfor…
Event Type: agri, investment, forum
Organized By: Critical Path Group
Latest Activity: Apr 9, 2015

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Agri Innovation.  Growth Capital.  Global Opportunity

 

The Agri Investment Forum is the only program of events in Canada dedicated to showcasing the highest potential emerging and growth stage agri-businesses. The Forum brings together active institutional and private investors with leading edge entrepreneurs and commercialization professionals. The Agri Investment Forum is an annual conference that promotes constructive deal flow between Canadian agri-entrepreneurs and investors from across North America.

 

The Agri Investment Forum brings together entrepreneurs, investors, corporate strategics, commercialization professionals and thought leaders within what is arguably the highest potential emerging global industry - an industry positioned at the intersection of some of the world’s most compelling challenges.

 

The Agri Investment Forum is a must attend event for agri-business executives, entrepreneurs, institutional and private investors, commercialization and technology transfer professionals, and policy makers from the agriculture sector.  Mark your calendar for the Agri Investment Forum on June 3 & 4, 2015 at The Delta Chelsea Hotel in Toronto. Relevant industry sub-sectors include:

 

Bio Industrial Products

Desalination & Waste Water Treatment

Agricultural Waste Management

Forestry Products & Management

Crop Science & Yield Optimization

Nutraceuticals & Functional Foods

Biofuels, Renewable Feedstocks & Renewable Energy

Bio Pesticides & Bio Herbicides

Aeroponics & Aquaculture

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