Skills & Talent in a Digital Supply Chain Workshop
April 30 | Lethbridge
New technologies are certainly changing in the supply chain — in the warehouse, for drivers, for analysts, for pretty much everyone in business. The challenge is that technology changes keep coming and that creates new skill requirements and new jobs. That doesn’t necessarily mean more people; current employees can often be trained to take on new tasks. The Supply Chain Management Association is hosting this roundtable discussion on emerging and future skill requirements at Tecconnect.
Agri-Food Innovation Council (AIC) Agri-food Innovation Summit
May 13 | Ottawa
This is an opportunity to network with leaders and experts from Canada’s Innovation Superclusters and the clusters funded by AAFC’s AgriScience Program. Highlights include presentations focused on research and innovation. The summit is part one of a two-day event where AIC representatives, government relations specialists and partners will meet with elected representatives, senior political staff and bureaucrats.
AGRI Tech Venture Forum
May 15 | Toronto
Industry giants, investors, accelerators and innovators provide insight on the latest sector headwinds, technology milestones and key challenges facing the future of ag tech. This event attracts entrepreneurs, investors and executives. Financial subsidies up to $1,750 are available from Prairie BioSciences Canada to assist prairie-based companies in attending. https://www.prairiebiosciences.ca/shows/agri-tech-venture-forum-2019
Protein Summit 2019
May 29-31 | Saskatoon
June 3-5 | Calgary
Considered the world’s premier protein conference, join more than 600 delegates, 100 speakers and 100 exhibitors as this event is held for the first time outside of Europe. Saskatoon will focus more on R&D, production and processing techniques, and the Calgary segment will attract big food brands and those developing plant-based foods. PPAA is a strategic partner of organizer Bridge2Food