Canadian Spud CongressCanadian Spud Congress Virtual Tour

Canadian Spud Congress Virtual Tour

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The Canadian Spud Congress is next week and to make sure you’re ready for it, we’ve made a video introducing the virtual congress platform to you. This video gives a tour of the platform and shows how to log in and move throughout pages on the website. Make sure to watch it to learn how to view sessions during the congress, meet companies at their booths in the Exhibitor Hall, book one-on-one meetings with other attendees and visit in the Spud Shed.

The Canadian Spud Congress is a two-day virtual conference hosted by Spud Smart in partnership with the provincial and national potato associations. The congress runs from Feb. 24 to 25 with sessions each day, an exhibitor hall with company booths to visit and the Spud Shed for visiting in. For more information including the schedule and to register visit canadianspudcongress.ca

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