Wednesday, Feb. 15, 2017 from 2 – 2:30 p.m.
There is lots to do and see at the conference, but the Innovation Showdown is an experience you won’t want to miss out on. Ten presenters have two minutes each to wow the audience with an original and exciting presentation.
The fun and excitement of this brand-new event will make it well-worth attending on its own, but here are three more great reasons why the Innovation Showdown is the place you will want to be:
See Something New
The participating exhibitors will be making presentations that may surprise you, spark your creativity or make you look at products or ideas in a new way. If you don’t go, you’ll never know what great ideas and inspiration you may be missing.
Be Eligible to Win
The audience will decide the winner of the Innovation Showdown, but in this game the winners don’t get prizes – they give them away. The agri-retailers in the audience are the real winners! The winning presenter will receive a prize from CAAR and give it away to an attending agri-retailer. But, you have to be in the audience for a chance to win!
The conference is the time to build connections with peers across the industry. The Innovation Showdown is a great opportunity to not only enjoy a spirited group of innovative presentations, but to also share the experience with exhibitors and your fellow audience members.
Don’t miss what these participating exhibitors have in store for you at the first ever Innovation Showdown!
Coverco Buildings Ltd.
EFC Systems Ltd.
Engage Agro Corporation
Farm At Hand Agronomy
Stueve Canada Ltd.
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