The International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry invites you to Montreal, Canada, for the International Biotechnology Symposium and Exhibition on August 12-17, 2018. This 18th edition of the symposium is co-organized by the National Research Council of Canada, McGill University, the University of Waterloo, and BIOTECanada.
Invest Atlantic is Atlantic Canada’s largest networking event, with over 200 start-ups, entrepreneurs and investors. This is a great conference to attend if you’re looking for help connecting or growing your business.
Invest Atlantic is bringing some of North America’s most notable investors, mentors and seasoned entrepreneurs to the Island, together with the region’s newest and fastest growing companies. This two-day conference is jam-packed with discussions on everything from raising capital and getting collaborative to partnerships and succession planning.
Invest Atlantic takes place:
September 19-20, 2018, at the Confederation Center in Charlottetown, PEI.
For the start-up community, Invest Atlantic offers the opportunity to:
- Find out when traditional financing and angel and venture capital are right for you
- Hear from other entrepreneurs from around the region
- Hone your pitching skills
- Network for two days with top-notch investors
As an investor, attending Invest Atlantic offers you a chance to:
- Hear pitches from up to 12 start-ups and mid and late stage entrepreneurs
- Meet potential investment partners
- Network for two days with many of Atlantic Canada’s top entrepreneurs and investors
The global transformation of the electricity industry and the development of smart energy cities represent a once-in-a-generation growth opportunity.
Hear from the innovators already creating this new energy future and network with international, national and regional leaders to spark ideas and partnership opportunities you can create here and take across the globe.
Day 1 – Evolving Energy Technologies
Sessions will explore state-of-the-art innovations in energy technologies, new energy transaction models, and digitization of the industry.
Topics include: Microgrids, community energy trading and blockchain technology, energy storage, and smart energy cities in a low carbon future
Day 2 – Energy Innovation in Practice
Sessions will examine the developments, challenges and evolving business opportunities in the smart energy sector.
Topics include: Intelligent and resilient grids, lessons in innovation from emerging economies, the new energy consumer, and energy in transition through the regulatory and policy lens.