Indoor AgTech Innovation Summit Taking Place At New Lab Innovation Hub In Brooklyn

Indoor AgTech Innovation Summit Taking Place At New Lab Innovation Hub In Brooklyn

  • 3 WEEKS TO GO until @IndoorAgTech Innovation Summit! Full event details here: https://bit.ly/2FI1ubU New York, June 20-21, 2018

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With resident space, on-site Product Realization, specialized programming, and access to a network that includes city agencies, venture capitalists, domain experts, and leading corporations, New Lab makes innovation move faster.

New Lab’s reputation as a center for innovation and technology makes it the ideal venue for the Indoor AgTech Innovation summit.

The inaugural Indoor AgTech Innovation Summit will focus on building and investing in more sustainable, profitable and healthy food systems and the role that vertical and indoor farming can have in serving local, regional and national food systems.

To find out more about the Indoor AgTech Innovation Summit, visit: https://indooragtechnyc.com/

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With 3 weeks to go until his keynote session at Indoor AgTech in New York, we spoke to Nate Storey, Co-Founder and Chief Science Officer at Plenty to discuss the company's meteoric rise and its ongoing mission to make affordable fresh produce accessible to everyone.

Q&A with Nate Storey, Plenty


What changes are needed to the current distribution model for this to happen, and what are the new technologies and approaches that will support the growth of indoor farming?

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