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FOOD ENTREPRENEURSHIP SPEAKERS SERIES

Time: March 8, 2017 from 7am to 9pm
Location: Simcoe Street Theatre
Street: 65 Simcoe Street,
City/Town: Collingwood
Website or Map: http://edo.simcoe.ca/Shared%2…
Phone: 705-729-9300 ext. 1429
Event Type: workshop
Organized By: OntAG Admin
Latest Activity: Feb 22, 2017

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Agri-Tourism: Are You Ready for Visitors?

Looking for a new way to increase your bottom line? Creating agri-tourism experiences and on-farm products are a great way to help increase your business, connect with customers and educate people about where their food comes from. Kim Clarke, Tourism Experience Development Specialist from Regional Tourism Organization 7 will guide you through product vs. experiences, the progression of economic value, and what it takes to be market-ready.

Cost:$15

You can fill out online registration forms at www.investingrey.ca

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