Contest for Innovative Agricultural Technology

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IFOAM – Organics International | Uniting the Organic World Since 1972
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GFIA IS NOW LOOKING FOR SPEAKERS TO PRESENT INNOVATIONS AT GFIA EUROPE – HOSTED IN THE NETHERLANDS FROM 9-10 MAY 2017.
At each GFIA event a huge array of game-changing, sustainable agriculture innovations are assembled. Speakers are needed from all disciplines – including private companies, entrepreneurs, not-for-profits, universities and research centres. Innovations are needed that can be used right along the value chain, and that support animal production, aquaculture, crop production, horticulture and organic.

Whether high tech or low tech, at the ideas stage, or part of an ongoing research project, if your innovation has the potential to improve productivity in a sustainable way, we want to hear from you.

What you can expect?

Innovations are presented in the Open Innovations Theatre – a large theatre on the exhibition floor that is free to attend for all attendees. Speakers selected for the programme have up to 15 minutes to share the details of their innovation (in the style of TED talks), in a way that is inspiring as well as informative – and maybe even a little entertaining!

  • Meet with farmers and growers sourcing solutions to deliver higher yields
  • Network with investors on the hunt for emerging technologies
  • Engage with research and science who are looking to partner with industry
  • Connect with resellers and agents launching new products in emerging markets

APPLY HERE TODAY
Application deadline: 31 January 2016 [Think they mean 2017.]

IFOAM – Organics International
Charles-de-Gaulle-Straße 5

53113 Bonn, Germany
www.ifoam.bio
Trial Court Bonn, Association Register no. 8726

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