By Joe Hagan
Now in its fifth year, the World Agri-Tech Innovation Summit in San Francisco will gather over 1,200 global agri-food corporate leaders, innovators and investors to uncover the most exciting innovations in the agriculture sector. CiBO Technologies is honored to be a Gold Sponsor of this year’s summit, and share CiBO’s revolutionary science-driven simulation software with the world.
With the theme of exploring disruptive technology, the 2019 program explores the business models and partnerships needed to scale new technologies and transform the food supply chain into a more sustainable, productive, and nutritious system for future generations.
As one of the patrons of the conference, we will be sponsoring the charging stations to power the delegate experience. CiBO team members will be near the stations so charge up and learn about our innovative software. The team is also available for private meetings.
Networking Cocktail Panel
On Tuesday, March 19, CiBO Technologies and Scientific American are teaming up for an evening of food, drink, and networking with leaders in agricultural innovation. We invite you to join industry CEOs, company founders, thought leaders and agricultural experts for a panel discussion showcasing the future of agricultural simulation technology, and learn how growers and agribusinesses now have the power to optimize productivity and sustainability before ever setting foot in a field.
Hear Kim Wagner Speak at the World Agri-Tech Innovation Summit
Join President and Chief Operating Officer of CiBO Technologies Kim Wagner at the World Agri-Tech Conference for her talk on Agriculture Intelligence: How A.I. is Driving Unique Insights for Agricultural Land.
When: March 20, 2019 at 2:15pm CST
Her presentation will discuss how agricultural land is being managed and evaluated differently than in the past. Historical relationships across the value chain are changing and creating new business dynamics. In this evolving ecosystem, the land becomes an even more significant part of the equation. The process of evaluating individual parcels and portfolios needs to be holistic and now often requires analysis of plots in more distant geographies.
Attend this session to understand this new dynamic and learn the value of the new AI in deriving unique insights for agricultural land.
Schedule a meeting with CiBO
Are you interested in learning more about CiBO Technologies? Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule time at the event with our team.
We look forward to seeing you there!
About Joe Hagan
Joe Hagan is the Vice President of Marketing at CiBO Technologies, a science-driven software startup. He has extensive marketing and business planning experience defining and driving growth initiatives for technology companies. His previous experience included Vice President of Marketing Operations and Analytics at Aspen Technology, and Area Vice President of Marketing at Comverse. He holds an MBA from Boston University, an MS from Lesley University and a BS from the University of Massachusetts.