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22 to 24 September

Vertical Farming Congress to be held in London

The first Vertical Farming World Congress will be held from 22nd to 24th September at London’s Heathrow Airport. Eminent industry leading speakers have confirmed their participation from North America, the Middle East and Asia as well as Europe. The chosen theme is ‘Shaping Food’s Future’.

“Vertical farming really can help shape the future of food production,” explained Richard Hall, Chairman of the food and drink experts Zenith Global and the event’s organiser. “By being indoors and with completely controlled conditions, there are no floods, droughts, winds or pesticides. You can grow 30 crops a year locally, right next to a supermarket or city distribution centre. Growing to perfection in a stress free environment means greater freshness, better nutrition and a longer storage life.”

Topics on the programme include: market opportunity; an industry leadership panel; strategic alternatives between aeroponic, aquaponic and hydroponic systems; technology briefings ranging from lighting and robotics to overall system design; a nutrition briefing; a funding panel; and key innovator case studies.

Among the speakers are:

  • Industry leaders, such as AeroFarms, Intelligent Growth Solutions, Jones Food Company, Root AI and Square Roots
  • Association heads from Germany and Japan
  • Investment experts from Ashfords, S2G Ventures and Innovate UK
  • Technology developers, including GE and Wageningen University

There will also be a visit to Vertical Future’s vertical farm operation in East London and a reception with vertically farmed fresh produce tasting. The event has also attracted sponsorship from GE, LED lighting experts, and YesHealth, which has pioneered vertical farming in Taiwan.

For more information:
events@zenithglobal.com
www.zenithglobal.com/events/vfwc2020


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