Innovation Day at the Pacific Ag Show is Approaching!

Building off the energy and success of the first ever Agri-Tech Trade Show + Mixer in The Region,  held in Abbotsford last October, the Sumas Regional Consortium for High Tech (SRCTec) is following up with Innovation Day, a mini agri-tech trade show in the Scotiabank Pavilion at the Pacific Agriculture Show.  This trade show represents the scope and importance of Technology within the Agriculture Sector and lets attendees investigate and compare the latest technologies, trends and techniques available. Come see what all the buzz is about on January 29 from 1:00pm to 4:30pm.

The 2015 Pacific Agriculture show attracted over 8,000 attendees who saw over 300 exhibiting companies. Being apart of an event of this magnitude will allow the region to see just how stimulating some of the newest innovations in agri-tech are. Some of SRCTec’s Agri-Tech Venture Acceleration Program participants will be apart of this event, along with three speakers who will provide presentations on topics such as “ A Day at the Farm with Drones” ( Mike Morellato and Jim Buerk /Aerobotika), “The Impact of the FDA Foreign Supplier Verification Program Ruling on Canadian Food Exports” (Steven Burton/Burton Software) and “Next-Generation Efficient Heat and Water Management Technologies” (Dr. Majid Bahrami/Watergenics Inc.).

Tickets for this event can be purchased at the Tradex and are $14. The event runs from January 28th to January 30th. For more information on the Pacific Agriculture Show please visit http://www.agricultureshow.net. If you can’t make Innovation Day, stop by and visit SRCTec at our event booth that will be set up the entire time.

 

A Little More About SRCTec

SRCTec is the newest tech hub of the Fraser Valley and supplying companies services such as membership, corporate services, access to funding, innovative programs to help grow ideas, provide office space, incubator programs and a unique accelerator called the Agri-Tech Venture Acceleration Program (AVAP). AVAP is funded through the Ministry of Agriculture and BCIC and is here to assist those with the next big tech idea into the market. Pairing training sessions with one-on-one mentoring has given individuals and businesses resources such as networking and access to funding. With much success in helping to bridge entrepreneurs to valuable information needed to grow, AVAP found it fitting to put together a trade show to highlight this emerging sector. For more information on SRCTec please visit www.SRCTec.org.

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