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Event Postponed - AGRI Tech Venture Forum

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Event Postponed - AGRI Tech Venture Forum

Time: April 30, 2020 all day
Location: Sheraton Centre
Street: 123 Queen Street West Toronto, ON M5H 2M9
City/Town: Toronto Hotel
Website or Map: https://agritechventureforum.…
Phone: 587-224-9367
Event Type: forum
Organized By: AGRI Tech Venture Forum
Latest Activity: Mar 17

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Event Description

After careful consideration, it has been decided to postpone the AGRI Tech Venture Forum scheduled for April 30 in Toronto. 

With the current levels of uncertainty, concern, and travel restrictions over COVID-19, the safety of the delegates remains top priority and  this is the right decision based on the information.

We will provide an update once we have new dates in place. With this news,

Organizer happy to credit all registered delegate tickets to the rescheduled event date or process a full refund. Please contact Aryn Guthrie at aryn@criticalpathgroup.com for more information.

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