The two-day event is set to take place on September 19 and 20 at the Vancouver Convention Center East, showcasing more than 70 of Canada’s best public and private technology companies.
Buckle up, Vancouver technology enthusiasts: the annual Extraordinary Future Conference is back in full force this month.
Hosted by Cambridge House, the two-day event will take place at the Vancouver Convention Center East on September 19 and 20, showcasing over 70 of Canada’s best public and private tech companies.
With three stages at this year’s event, hot topics will include: the music industry, blockchain and tokenized securities, cannabis, a range of life science subsectors, quantum computing, battery technology and more.
Blockchain will be much of the focus the morning of the first day of the conference while company presentations will dominate the latter half of the day.
Thursday will have panel discussions on biotech, cannabis, e-Gaming and quantum computing with more company presentations also filling much of the afternoon.
Interested investors will also have the opportunity to schedule private one-on-one meetings with industry leaders such as fund managers, analysts, investment advisors, newsletter writers, C-Suite executives and media in the MNP Deal Room.
Portfolio and fund managers, institutional and private equity investors, private money managers, family offices, acredited investors and buy-side analysts are especially encouraged to schedule these private meetings.
For those interested in attending the event, tickets can be purchased online through Cambridge House International’s website. If you are unable to attend––don’t worry: the Investing News Network (INN) will be at the two-day event attending panel discussions and conducting interviews. Stay tuned next week for our coverage on the Extraordinary Future Conference; follow us at @INN_Technology and the conference’s hashtag, #XFuture18.
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Securities Disclosure: I, Jocelyn Aspa, hold no direct investment interest in any company mentioned in this article.