Companies and investors are invited to apply to Natural Products Investor Meeting

Jenn O'Donnell le 31 mars 2017

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Natural Products Canada (NPC) is excited to share a great new initiative to enhance investment and interest in Canadian SMEs. Partnering with Nutrition Capital Network, part of the New Hope family of companies, the Investor Meeting will connect high-potential natural product companies with investors from across Canada and around the world. The meeting will take place in the Courtyard Toronto Downtown by Marriott on June 20-21, 2017.

Companies invited to apply

The NCN-NPC Investor Meeting is a valuable opportunity for companies to pitch their business to a set of experienced investors, as well as to receive valuable mentoring and advice from industry veterans. The opportunity to present is open to companies in the nutrition and health & wellness industry, including: natural & organic food, dietary supplements, functional foods, nutritional ingredients, natural & organic personal care & household goods, cosmeceuticals, health & wellness consumer products, foodtech, agtech, and other nutrition industry and green product segments. Companies are encouraged to apply via the online application form.  Deadline is May 15, 2017.

Investors encouraged to register

Investors at the NCN-NPC Investor Meeting will hear presentations by 18-20 high-potential companies in a single day, and have the opportunity to request one-on-one meetings. Investors also receive a Meeting Workbook with detailed business plans for all Presenting Companies, including charts, tables, and contact information. The meeting also features industry updates and market trends from leading experts; ample opportunity to network with other seasoned investors in the natural product and nutrition, health and wellness space; and the chance to establish early contact with potential investment candidates.

Read the full announcement

http://naturalproductscanada.com/news/entry/investor-meeting

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