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Take Advantage of Canada’s Strong Bioeconomy

  • 23 Mar 2021
  • 15:00 - 16:30
  • Online

Committed to transitioning to a low-emission economy, Canada is collaborating across the country and around the world to bring innovative and competitive clean technology to market. Canada’s low R&D costs, highly skilled workforce, wealth of natural resources and support for innovation make it attractive for clean technology development and commercialization.

Join our seminar to discover the opportunities Canada offers for bio-based industries. Learn more about Canada’s framework to meet emission reduction targets while growing the economy, and building resilience to a changing climate. Expert speakers will provide information on the sector and show where opportunities lie for European companies with leading technology and expertise.

 

Welcoming remarks from Her Excellency, Ms. Lisa Helfand

Ambassador of Canada to the Kingdom of the Netherlands and Permanent Representative of Canada to the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons

 


Our Speakers:

 

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Key note and moderator: Dr. Murray McLaughlin

Dr. McLaughlin is an Advisor to Bioindustrial Innovation Canada (BIC) and to Forest Products Innovation (FPI). His career has focused on bioindustrial and agricultural technologies including research, development and product management and marketing and commercialization as well as economic development and cluster building.

 

Panel speaker: William Bardosh, CEO, TerraVerdae Bioworks

 Bill has over 25 years of experience in management, business development, technology assessment, marketing and research in the fields of renewable energy, biotechnology bioinformatics and biopharmaceuticals with startups, global technology firms, venture and investment organizations.

 

Panel speaker: Chris Bush, President, Catalyst Agri-Innovations

 Chris is a leading expert in Canada for anaerobic digestion systems producing renewable natural gas from waste. He built the first on-farm biogas plant in North America. With a 40-member consortium, his team is developing Carbon Negative Food Systems that start by offering manure management as a service to groups of farms.


You will:

  • gain valuable insights and intelligence on Canada’s bioeconomy
  • discover market and investment opportunities in Canada for bio-based industries
  • learn how the TCS can support your business


Date:
March 23, 2021
Time: 15:00 - 16:30 CET
Venue: Virtual


The registration deadline is March 19, 2021.
Register online today! Or…

Send an email to HAGUE-TCS-SDC@international.gc.ca with your:

  • name, title
  • company name, city

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