Indoor Ag-Con & AeroFarms Present 'Helping Solve Agriculture Supply Chain Needs Around the World' On July 8, 2020 @ 2 pm EST

Indoor Ag-Con, LLC announces "AeroFarms: Helping to Solve Agriculture Supply Chain Needs Around The World," is the latest topic for its Indoor Ag-Conversations monthly webinar series on Wed, July 8 from 2-3 pm. Moderated by AeroFarms Co-Founder & CMO Marc Oshima this panel will explore the latest developments from the award-winning farming company.

LAS VEGAS (July 7 2020) - Indoor Ag-Con, LLC is pleased to announce that "AeroFarms: Helping to Solve Agriculture Supply Chain Needs Around The World" is the latest topic to join its new Indoor Ag-Conversations monthly webinar series. Hosted by AeroFarms, this panel discussion will explore the latest developments from the award-winning farming company, recognized by Fast Company as one of the "Most Innovative Companies in the World" and "Best Invention" by Time Magazine. Scheduled for Wednesday, July 8 at 2 pm EST, the program will be moderated by AeroFarms Co-Founder and CMO Marc Oshima and feature AeroFarms panelists: Megan DeYoung Director Business Development Strategic Partnerships; Roger Buelow, CTO; Stacy Kimmel, VP, R&D and Charlie Wang, SVP, Corporate Development.

During the inspiring, 60-minute session, Oshima and his panelists will discuss the following themes:

• Macro Issues: Business Challenges and Trends
• Innovation in Technology and Automation
• Intersection of Food Science and Plant Biology
• Global Partnerships and International Expansion

Indoor Ag-Con LLC, producers of the premier event for the indoor|vertical farming industry, created the new Indoor Ag-Conversations series to share content originally planned for its May 2020 in-person annual conference that was postponed due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

Indoor Ag-Conversation webinars are free to industry members. To register for the upcoming July 8, 2020 session and learn more about other upcoming topics, including "How To Get An Indoor Farm Up & Running," scheduled for July 22, 2020, visit

Founded in 2013, Indoor Ag-Con, LLC produces the premier event for the indoor | vertical farming industry touching all sectors of the business -- produce, legal cannabis, hemp, alternate protein and non-food crops. In December 2018, three event industry professionals - Nancy Hallberg, Kris Sieradzki and Brian Sullivan - purchased Indoor Ag-Con LLC, setting the stage for further expansion of the events globally. For more information, visit:

AeroFarms is on a mission to transform agriculture by building and operating environmentally responsible farms throughout the world to enable local production at scale and nourish is communities with safe, nutritious, and delicious food. AeroFarms has been charting a course toward a new standard for totally-controlled agriculture since 2004. It disrupts traditional supply chains by building farms on major distribution routes and near population centers; defies traditional growing seasons by enabling local farming at commercial scale all-year round; sets new standard for traceability by managing its greens from seed to package. And AeroFarms does it all while using 95% less water than field farmed-food and with yields 390 times higher per square foot annually. For more information, visit

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