CRBC Agritech Working Group
Agricultural and Food Processing Technologies
9 November 2021, Tuesday
10:00 – 12:00 Eastern Daylight Time/18:00 –20:00 Moscow Time
We are extremely pleased to invite you to participate in the AgriTech Working Group Session of the Canada-Russia Business Council.
Canada and Russia share many similarities in terms of vast areas of arable land, diverse climatic and geographic conditions, sustainable plant and animal reduction and changing environmental conditions. Both countries are active in the development of innovative technologies to improve agricultural efficiencies and productivity. The working group explores the opportunities for bilateral collaboration in the sphere of innovations and initiatives, sustainable development and investment opportunities in the growing agritech industries. Greater collaboration between the public and private sectors are encouraged to move new ideas and technologies to market faster and stimulate industry growth in both countries.
The discussion will focus on the following topics:
1) Sustainable development for small to medium sized farming operations to meet global standards of compliance and efficiencies;
2) Explore use and applicability of digitalization in the agricultural sector as to improve efficiencies and productivity though the use of both software and hardware technologies;
3) Innovations and initiatives in livestock technologies to improve and broaden productivity;
4) Explore investment opportunities in the agricultural sector in both Russia and Canada.
Moderators and Co-Chairs:
Co-Chair, Russia: Ilya Strokin, Director of the Agribusiness Center of Excellence, KPMG
Co-Chair, Canada: Grant Winton, Deputy Director, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada
The program agenda is currently under construction. Updates will be provided as they become confirmed.
The program will consist of a series of speakers to address aspects of the 4 topic areas identified above.
The Canada-Russia Business Council was established in December 2004 as a joint venture between CERBA and the Russian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs (RSPP) on the basis of a proposal agreed between then-Canadian Prime Minister Paul Martin and Russian President Vladimir Putin. Over its 17 years of existence, the CRBC has become a crucial vehicle for promotion and support of bilateral cooperation between Russia and Canada.
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