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CAAR is pleased to announce Scott Downey, one of the keynote speakers scheduled to present at the 2021 Virtual CAAR Conference, will discuss how the sales and decision-making process has evolved within the farm business and understanding a customer's journey approach can help strengthen the relationship with your customers. 

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Mark your calendars and register for the virtual conference on Monday, November 30, registration is open for attendees and exhibitors.

The 2021 Virtual CAAR Conference focuses on the business of ag retail and connecting the agriculture industry, featuring keynote and concurrent sessions, opportunities to connect and engage with retailers, exhibitors, and industry reps, and resources for ag retailers to provide the best service for their customers.

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CAAR is pleased to announce Justin Funk, one of the keynote speakers scheduled to present at the 2021 Virtual CAAR Conference, will highlight some of the key findings from his Multi-Generational Farm Study as they relate to the Customer Journey and will discuss the implications to the Canadian Ag Retailers. 

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CAAR Mart provides ag retailers with a wide variety of products like signage and labelling that helps keep employees, customers and the public safe, informed and aware of hazards and safety procedures.

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The Canadian Centre for Cyber Security (Cyber Centre) recently published the National Cyber Threat Assessment 2020 document, highlighting the cyber threats facing individuals and organizations in Canada.

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Hosted annually at the CAAR Conference, The CAAR Awards highlights the achievements and dedication of CAAR members who serve their community and the ag retail industry. The awards celebrate excellence in various areas of retail management, agronomy, 4R nutrient stewardship, and lifetime achievements.

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Alberta’s Crop Protection Guide, more commonly known as the Blue Book, has grown to be one of the most valued resources amongst Alberta farmers, agronomists and agriculture professionals.