Silicon Valley Forum Presents TRANSFORMING AGTECH: Digital Technology Trends in Agriculture on April 3rd – 6th, 2017.
Announcing our 2nd Annual AgTech Week! The program will bring together 100+ leading agriculture startups, VCs, researchers and business executives to a full week immersive experience in Silicon Valley and Northern California. Participants will visit the ground floor of AgTech innovation, including Sacramento, Davis, Watsonville, and Salinas, as well as exploring the technology ecosystem in San Francisco and Palo Alto.
WHO YOU’LL MEET
You’ll have the opportunity to meet with more than 100 international transformative agriculture leaders from all over the world, pushing the envelope in agriculture technology as well as meeting with local and leading investors, startups, researchers, and corporations.
WHERE YOU’RE GOING
You’ll get insights on latest investments as well as exploring the newest technology trends in agriculture, including Big Data, Robotics & Automation, Connected Devices, Censoring and more. You’ll visit Salinas, San Francisco, Sacramento, Watsonville, Fresno and more.
WHY YOU SHOULD COME
With over 60 international agriculture leaders attending the last program, we learned that the demand and interest are there to learn more about the rising AgTech ecosystem in–and around Silicon Valley. With participation from Brazil, Colombia, New Zealand, Australia, Japan, China, Denmark and Switzerland, we saw the value of bringing together international leaders who were able to compare notes and exchange business cards to further promote and expand their technologies, to not only the Valley, but also to Latin America, Africa, Asia and more.
Mark your calendar and we’ll see you there!
Get involved: Interested in becoming a speaker or demoing? We want to meet you!
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Questions or want more info? Contact Klaus Wehage at email@example.com.
Learn why you should join the program from former participants.
Photos from last year’s AgTech Program
Author: Micaela Youmans
Head of Ops. and Communication