NPC Announces Virtual Pitch Series for 2020

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NPC is launching its virtual pitch series for 2020 with a broad range of companies meeting the growing demand for clean, green and natural.

The online meetings are open to investors and corporations who are seeking innovative Canadian products and technologies. Each event features 10-minute pitches by promising businesses, and includes time for questions and answers. It’s a concise, targeted and strategic virtual meeting that facilitates initial introductions without taking valuable time out of the office.


February 27: ‘Better For You’ Food & Beverage (Part 1) – The demand for ‘better for you’ snacks, drinks and prepared foods is exploding! This virtual pitch event is a great opportunity for investors and corporations to meet high-potential Canadian companies. LEARN MORE

March 26: Sustainable Packaging – Today’s plastics crisis is compounded by the growing demand for convenience and food safety. This event is focused on naturally-derived packaging solutions. LEARN MORE

April 23: SPECIAL EVENT Insect Protein Showcase – In anticipation of the Insects to Feed the World conference, NPC is hosting a special virtual event to introduce great Canadian companies working in the burgeoning insect protein industry. Companies will explain their unique approach to innovation, technology and market access, and describe the type of partners they are seeking to help them grow. Anyone interested in this developing industry is welcome to attend. REGISTER NOW

May 28: Food Production – See the companies addressing the widespread demand for increased food production through sustainable and natural inputs for crops, livestock feed, and more. REGISTRATION COMING SOON

June 18: ‘Better For You’ Food & Beverage (Part 2) – A second event to showcase the Canadian innovators addressing the healthy, clean label, food as medicine consumer demand. REGISTRATION COMING SOON

Stay tuned for more dates and topics such as pet food and specialty products, natural health products, personal care products, and clean tech.

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