2015 RoyseLaw AgTech Conference
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The RoyseLaw Silicon Valley AgTech Conference is back for its second year, and is bigger and better than ever:
New this year:
Agtech is the application of big data, robotics, biotech, software and hardware technology to agriculture. The RoyseLaw Silicon Valley AgTech Conference will feature the hottest new agtech companies with exhibits, panels, presentations and pitches. The event brings together farmers, technologists, venture capitalists and government representatives to discuss how technology will change the dynamics of farming and food.
This year’s conference will feature not only panels and presentations by industry experts, but also in-depth breakout sessions demonstrating and discussing specific areas of the newest ag technologies in the marketplace.
8:00-9:00 Registration, coffee and check-in
9:00-9:15 Welcome and announcements
9:15-9:45 Fireside Chat with CDFA Secretary Karen Ross
9:50-10:20 Panel #1: Entrepreneurship and Innovation in the Field
10:20-10:50 Networking break
10:50-11:20 Panel #2: The Growers' Speak: What Farmers Want
11:25-12:00 Panel #3: Cannabis: Opportunity or High Risk Venture?
Noon to 1:00 p.m. (Included in ticket price): Product Demos on Main Stage
1:00-1:30 Fireside Chat with Bruce Rastetter
1:30-2:00 Panel #4: Big Data
2:00- 2:30 Panel #5: The Law of AgTech
2:30-3:15 Panel #6: Water Technology and Conservation
3:30-4:15 Panel #7: GMOs and Food: Harmful or Helpful?
4:15-5:00 Panel #8: The Wine Industry
Split and Breakout Sessions
12:00-1:00 China Roundtable: Investment Opportunities in the U.S.
1:00-2:30 Urban Farming: How to Grow Crops in Small Spaces
3:00-5:00 VC and Angel Pitches
9:00-5:00 Networking with Ag & Food Companies (by appt. only)
12:00-1:00 Sustainability: Reducing Agriculture's Carbon Footprint
Networking and Social
SHARE CUTTING EDGE IDEAS WITH THESE SPEAKERS
Karen Ross Glenda Humiston Brook Porter
CA Dept. of U.S. Dept. of Ag Kleiner Perkins
Food & Ag Caufield & Byers
Bruce L. Rastetter Lynn Clarkson Dan Legard
The Summit Clarkson Grain CA Strawberry
Roger Royse Paul Matteucci Robert Schmidt
Founder U.S. Venture CA Dept. of
Royse Law Firm Partners Food & Ag
Bob Whitaker Del Christensen Dorene D'Adamo
Produce Marketing Bay Area State Water Resources
Association Council Control Board
Butch Lindley Bob Martin Dennis Donohue
Coastal Wine Rio Farms Royal Rose/Steinbeck
Services, J&L Farms Innovation Foundation
Dave Murray Kiersten Stead John Hamer
Andrew & Williamson Monsanto Growth Monsanto Growth
Fresh Produce Ventures Ventures
David Rummler Quinton Jay Robert Tse
Stanford University Bacchus Capital USDA, CA
Manuel Cunha, Jr. Stephen DeAngelo Emily Paxhia
Nisei Farmers National Cannabis Poseidon Asset
League Leader Management
Jack Coots John Selep Lei E
Professional Grower AgTech Inno- UC Davis CA Institute
Services LLC vation Fund of Food & Ag Research
Walter Maguire Breaux Walker Wesley Bolsen
HP Big Data Kuan Capital Cool Planet
Fred Greguras Satya Narayan Salil Pradhan
Royse Law Firm Royse Law Firm Draper Nexus Ventures
Amrith Gunasekara Ephraim Lindenbaum John Matthesen
CA Dept. of Food Advance Ventures Diablo Valley
& Agriculture College
Mark Kahn Ryan Rakestraw David Hua
Omnivore Monsanto Growth Meadow Care
Chris Walker Hitesh Shah Charlotte Westfall
Heliospectra BDO AGcelerator
Andrew Romans Roger Boulton Mike Harwood
Rubicon Venture UC Davis Santa Clara University
Capital Food & AgBiz Institute
For more information, visit:
Conference website: www.svagtech.org
RoyseLaw AgTech Incubator: www.royselawincubator.com
RoyseLaw Incorporator: www.royselawincorporator.com
Silicon Valley AgTech: www.agtechsv.com
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Please note: Speakers, topics and other event specifics subject to change without notice. Tickets for this event are non-transferrable and non-refundable.
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