All beef industry stakeholders share a common goal of taking steps to enhance the productivity, profitability and competitiveness of the various sectors within the industry. Supporting the National Beef Strategy, the conference provides a forum for industry engagement and learning opportunities across the beef supply chain.

Win VIP experience with early-bird registration for Canadian Beef Industry Conference

News Release – May 15, 2017

Excitement is building as a diverse, information-packed agenda focused on “Sharing Common Ground” takes shape for the 2nd annual Canadian Beef Industry Conference (CBIC).

Along with attractions such as current topics, fun opportunities, a new venue, and the chance to have a great time with beef industry participants from across the country, now there is even more reason to reserve a spot early – as CBIC announces the opportunity to win a ‘VIP Experience’ at the Calgary Stampede by taking advantage of early bird registration before June 15, 2017.

“We are very pleased with the strong interest and registrations that are coming in so far for this year’s conference,” says Allana Minchau, Director of the Canadian Beef Industry Conference. “We encourage everyone interested to register early, to ensure they reserve a spot and take advantage of early registration rates available before June 15. The opportunity to win a VIP Experience at Calgary Stampede is another great incentive to register early. We appreciate the support of the International Agriculture and Agri-Food Committee of the Calgary Stampede for making this possible.”

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Lowe_Virgil“CBIC 2016 really did Put It Together by bringing people from all sectors and regions of the Canadian beef industry together. We were very fortunate to have an incredible level of engagement from the delegates who took a chance and attended the inaugural year, to the sponsors, and to the speakers. CBIC 2017 will not disappoint. Building on last year with a similar speaker format and feel we are planning on providing the same meeting place for the Canadian beef industry along with showing the importance of sharing our message with the world. I look forward to seeing everyone at CBIC 2017 Sharing Common Ground.” – 2017 Chair Virgil Lowe

“CBIC 2017 will be an amazing experience and national meeting place for the beef industry in Canada. The program will include industry updates, educational speakers and hands on cattle workshops. The large tradeshow will showcase businesses and their products that are invested in the beef industry in Canada. There will also be ample opportunity to network with people from different facets of our beef industry and from across the country. I look forward to Sharing Common Ground with you all at CBIC 2017 .” – 2017 Vice Chair Tammi Ribey

 

 


 

Make the connection and join industry stakeholders to learn, socialize and network at the 2nd Annual Canadian Beef Industry Conference August 15-17, at the BMO Centre on Stampede Park, Calgary, Alberta