ABOUT INDOOR AG-CON PHILLY
After two successful years in New York, Indoor Ag-Con is relocating its East coast event to Philadelphia. The day’s food will include contributions from the local mushroom growers of Kennett Township, and Kennett Township will be offering mushroom farm tours on October 17, 2017. Participation will again be capped at 120 to keep the conversation flowing and maximize networking opportunities.
REGISTER FOR PASSES
Passes are available at the early bird rate of $399 through August 31 or until the event is sold out, a 25% discount to the standard rate of $499.
This rate includes access to all sessions, light breakfast and lunch, drinks party and a gift bag with an exclusive hard copy of our newest white paper.REGISTER NOW
SPONSORING & EXHIBITING
As it is a one day event, we will not have an exhibition hall at Indoor Ag-Con Philly, but we do have plentiful sponsorship opportunities to allow you to engage your brand with our farming, equipment supply, tech, investor, academic and government participants.
Want to learn more? Drop us a line at email@example.com.
Our one day event will be split into four themed sessions that look at the “big picture” of indoor agriculture with presentations from its thought leaders. We’ll be adding speakers and topics here as they are confirmed, so do check back frequently!
October 16, 2017
Entry from 8.15am, program begins at 9am
Samuel M.V. Hamilton Building, Philadelphia Academy of Fine Arts, Philadelphia, PA
One day seminar, with 12 keynotes, extended Q&A and networking periods, and a drinks party
As is fitting for a discussion of an ancient industry that has found new life all over again, our Philadelphia venue is the modern Samuel M.V. Hamilton Building at the country’s oldest museum, the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts.