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Growing the Margins 2014

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Growing the Margins 2014

Time: March 3, 2014 to March 4, 2014
Location: London Convention Centre, London, Ontario, Canada
Website or Map: http://www.gtmconference.ca
Phone: 416-426-7029
Event Type: conference
Organized By: Brian Craig
Latest Activity: Dec 18, 2013

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Event Description

Growing Sustainable Bioeconomies – Making it Happen will focus on the development of existing as well as new and emerging biofuels, biomaterials and biochemicals markets, building capacity, and fostering the collaborations and partnerships that will help move the agenda forward.

Who Should Attend?

This conference will appeal to a diverse audience, including:

  • producers of biofuels and bioproducts
  • manufacturers of biomaterials and biochemicals
  • providers of new technologies in the biofuels and bioproducts fields
  • retailers of ag-sourced green products
  • bioeconomy researchers with innovative solutions
  • rural economic development professionals
  • policy experts dealing with all aspects of the bioeconomy

. . . and all other stakeholders interested in developing sustainable bioeconomies. This conference is for the game changers – and those who wish to learn from their experiences, successes and plans going forward.

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Comment by OntAG Admin on December 18, 2013 at 9:41am

A preliminary program for the March 3-4 Growing Sustainable Bioeconomies – Making it Happen conference and exhibition in London, Ontario is now available - Click here to view the program. Many highly regarded experts and leaders in the bioeconomy field will participate in this program, too many to mention here.  Take a moment to look at the program and perhaps you will see why we say that this is a forum you won’t want to miss.
The objective of Growing Sustainable Bioeconomies – Making it Happen is to help develop Ontario’s and Canada’s bioeconomy markets - whether biofuels, biocomposites, biochemicals, bioplastics or other agriculture-based bioproducts.  Growing Sustainable Bioeconomies will explore:

  • Where are the markets
  • How to realize these markets
  • Technologies required and available
  • New research underway
  • Policy drivers
  • Financing challenges and strategies
  • Business development, job creation and other benefits to communities of the bioeconomy

And true to past GTM conferences, Growing Sustainable Bioeconomieswill provide an excellent opportunity to dialogue and network with leaders in the field and other like-minded individuals.
Register now
The registration site is now open.  Register early to take advantage of discounted rates. 
Click here to register.
Exhibit space available
We are now taking bookings for exhibit space.  
Click here for details and reserve your space before January 31st to take advantage of savings.

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