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Ontario Agri-Food Startup Conference

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Ontario Agri-Food Startup Conference

Time: June 27, 2023 at 12pm to June 28, 2023 at 5pm
Location: Carleton University
Street: 1125 Colonel By Dr,
City/Town: Ottawa, Ontario K1S 5B6
Website or Map: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/o…
Phone: +1 604-210-5663
Event Type: conference
Organized By: Carleton University
Latest Activity: May 22

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Event Description

Carleton University will host the second annual Ontario Agri-Food Startup Conference from June 27th - 29th, 2023. Whether you are a large or small farmer this conference is for you! Come and learn from experienced farmers about how to start your business and about the regulations surrounding Ontario food processing!

This conference was set up to create an avenue for both small scale and large scale farmers either already practicing, or about to start practicing or experienced agricultural fellows to find ways in Canada to start up their business as a Farmer.

This conference was designed to provide lot of accessibilities for businesses (both residents and foreign) to plug-in to Ontario Food Processing while following the laid down regulations by the Ontario Government with the support of the Government itself.

Food is known to be very essential in the daily living of human beign as without food, No human even animals can survive.

Learn More in the upcoming conference, as we are preparing to offer a strong business and job opportunities to all.

Don't miss out, Get your ticket now to attend the conference.

For Accommodation, book your accommodation at The Business Inn Hotel in Carledon Ottawa.

For Visa Purpose, Get the premium ticket and send an email to info@aerocone.ca for help


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