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CAMA Meeting at the Canadian International Farm Show

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CAMA Meeting at the Canadian International Farm Show

Time: February 8, 2011 from 11:30am to 2pm
Location: International Centre, Hall 5, Aviation "A"
Website or Map: http://events.r20.constantcon…
Event Type: cama, meeting
Organized By: CAMA
Latest Activity: Feb 7, 2011

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Event Description

Canadian Agri-Marketing Association - CAMA Ontario - invites you to attend their meeting at the Canadian International Farm Show.

Schedule of Events 11:30am Networking
12:00 noon Lunch
1:00 pm Guest Speaker: Rob Hannam, President of Synthesis Agri-Food Networks.

As Founder and President of Synthesis, Rob gathers valuable insights and draws upon his deep agri-food knowledge to provide clients with practical approaches and solutions that work. Rob’s passion for the agri-food sector began while growing up on a large farm operation and has developed into a successful consulting business with local, national and international clients. Rob has real life, practical experience and has a proven track record in providing strategic business advice and communications strategies to his clients. Facilitating strategic planning sessions and consensus building is his specialty.

Topic: "The Eight Hottest Agri-Food Trends and Issues To Watch for in 2011"

It was an exciting year in the agri-food sector in Canada in 2010. Economic, weather and trade issues dominated the agricultural headlines. So what lies ahead for the coming year? Rob Hannam of Synthesis Agri-Food Network will review his thoughts on the 8 hottest trends and issues to watch for in 2011. He will focus his presentation on economic volatility, sustainability initiatives and mobile technology.

Cost
CAMA members: $50
Non-members: $55
Students: $30

Credit card payments (MC & VISA) accepted at the event.

If you register before Friday, February 5, you will receive FREE access to the Farm Show.

Contact:
Mary Thornley, Executive Director, CAMA Ontario
CAMA Ontario
camaont@bmts.com
519-389-6552

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