Six things to like about Canada’s largest bioeconomy conference
April 20, 2018
By Canadian Bioeconomy Conference and Exhibition
April 19, 2018 - Need a reason to attend the 8th Canadian Bioeconomy Conference in Prince George, B.C., June 6-8, 2018? Need to justify it to your boss? Here are six things you'll discover when you register and attend:
1.) Community Energy Workshop: Building Partnerships For Community Sustainability
A must-attend for local and First Nations governments, the clean tech sector, and energy managers considering local solutions.
2.) Wood Products Safety Summit
Join government and private sector experts discussing wood products safety from all angles, coordinated and organized by the Wood Pellet Association of Canada.
3.) Industry-leading Conference Program
Always the best program in the bioeconomy in Canada, including industry experts, thought leaders, policy makers, researchers and entrepreneurs. Check it out.
4.) Conference Opening Reception
Break the ice at Prince George’s own Crossroads Microbrewery, including brewery tours, sponsored by Clean Energy Consulting.
5.) Gala Networking Reception
Meet and network with suppliers, consultants and partners, in one place at the centre of Canada’s largest bioeconomy trade show, sponsored by Pinnacle Renewable Energy.
6.) Industry Tour
Get an inside look at Canada’s largest pellet company’s operations and meet industry leaders one-on-one to discuss latest industry trends and technologies.
What others are saying…
Here’s what one well-respected international industry leader has to say about the Canadian Bioeconomy Conference and Exhibition:
“One of the better conferences we have been to. The content and speakers were relevant and enlightening, and the business development opportunities were excellent due to the quality of the attendees and the networking opportunities. We will certainly return for the next conference.” William Strauss, FutureMetrics, USA
Early-Bird Registration still in effect. Sign up now and save $100.
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