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Gianni Kovacevic to give keynote at Biomass North Forum

October 2, 2018
By Biomass North Forum

Oct. 2, 2018 - Gianni Kovacevic will be the keynote speaker for the third annual Biomass North Forum. Kovacevic is an internationally known investor and strategist who specializes in decoding complicated current events. He is a published author who draws from over 20,000 hours of research, and is a sought-after commentator related to wide ranging themes – from the divestment pivot in modern energy, to the rise of a new spending class in emerging markets.

Gianni’s keynote address, titled The Science Economy: How the Fusion of Technology and Energy will impact your Life, your Business and your Future, will engage audiences about the fusion between technology and energy and how this will impact your life, your business and your future. Learn about the global shifts in energy production that are changing our world, the role technology plays and how environmental concerns will naturally figure into the economy of the future.

Biomass North Forum 2018 is taking place on the shores of beautiful Lake Superior in Thunder Bay, Ont. With this year’s theme of Mapping Canada’s Bioeconomy: Drivers, Roadblocks and Bridges, #BNDC2018 will serve as a cross-country checkup to showcase how government, industry, academia and communities throughout the country are navigating towards a sustainable bioeconomy future.

Participants will hear from leading voices in the sector on key regional and national themes, network with future partners and customers, and build the collaborations vital to the success of their projects. In addition to our expert panels, pre-conference workshops and industry tours, a trade show and exhibition will demonstrate technologies and services in support of the sector, and our third annual awards gala will celebrate the successes of leaders and projects in the Canadian bioeconomy. Join us for this high-impact conference!

For more information on #BNDC2018 please visit our website or contact us today.


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