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Food's Future

Building Agritech Clusters

June 3, 2021
11:30 AM -1:30 PM PT
Digital event

Building Agritech Clusters

June 3, 2021

Accelerating Startups And Scale-Ups In Agritech

This edition in CityAge’s Future of Food series will look at how leading regions are driving strategies to foster and attract talent and build amazing companies.

And how to give our entrepreneurs the skills that can build global market share.

Speakers

Gavin Dew
Gavin Dew
Chief Strategic Advisor
Abbotsford Tech District
Dr. Robert Newell
Dr. Robert Newell
Associate Director, Food and Agriculture Institute
University of the Fraser Valley
Hannah Tucker
Hannah Tucker
Director
Balance Point Ventures
Dr. Evan Fraser
Dr. Evan Fraser
Director, Arrell Food Institute
University of Guelph
Sjaak Wolfert
Sjaak Wolfert
Theme Ambassador Digital Innovation in Agri-Food
Wageningen University & Research, Netherlands
Dave Smardon
Dave Smardon
CEO
Bioenterprise
Zach Macdonald
Zach Macdonald
Director, Operations & Talent
Milk Moovement
Stephanie Savoie
Stephanie Savoie
Associate
BLG
Lenore Newman
Lenore Newman
Director, Food and Agriculture Institute
University of the Fraser Valley
Kolby Nichol
Kolby Nichol
Director of Capital Enablement
EMILI
Zahra Alani
Zahra Alani
Broadcast Meteorologist & Communications Strategist, CityAge Anchor
CityAge
Jason Bradley
Jason Bradley
Manager, Strategic Partnerships
Olds College

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Abbotsford Tech
Emili
Bioenterprise
Farm Credit Canada
University of the Fraser Valley

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