In an industry dominated by a few big, multinational corporations, it is easy to overlook the contributions made by small companies. Likewise, it can be difficult for small companies to develop a niche and stay competitive in a field with long product development cycles and significant regulatory hurdles. Despite these challenges, several small companies are thriving in the plant biotech industry, capitalizing on some of the operational advantages offered by the small business environment to collaborate and compete with major multinationals. How can small companies make their mark in the agbiotech arena? Find out during this interactive session.

Learning Objectives:

  • Discuss the impact of small companies on the advancement of agricultural biotechnology
  • Review strategies that successful small companies use to stay competitive in plant biotechnology
  • Learn about the latest technologies and products in development

Ability Level: Intermediate

Session ID: 1907

myBIO Chatter

Speakers (3)

contact_9652 Neal Carter President and Founder Okanagan Specialty Fruits, Inc.
contact_8502 Neal Gutterson President & CEO Mendel Biotechnology, Inc
contact_3333 Scott Uknes co- CEO AgBiome

Moderators (1)

contact_9104 Karen Century Director, Research Collaborations Mendel Biotechnology