Ag Tech Conference Provides Opportunities for Startups

Ag Tech Conference Provides Opportunities for Startups

Fargo, ND, October 6, 2017– Royse Law firm of the California Bay Area made a visit to Fargo to experience the vibrant entrepreneurial community. Roger Royse hosted the afternoon brought in part by NDSU Research and Technollogy Park and Emerging Prairie. creating a welcoming space for young startups to come and present to investors and seek advice from other successful businesses. This was followed by a presentation from Mr. Royse on Big Data and startups, with a panel that engaged the audience and allowed them to ask questions and learn as a group. The afternoon concluded with a social giving the startups a chance to interact with others of a similar risk-taking and business-minded spirit.

There is a huge opportunity for startups and the collaboration of minds is not just in Silicon Valley but also centered here in North Dakota.

The panelists for the day included Roger Royse from the Royse Law Firm. Dan Hodgson – President of FarmQA, James Burgum – Investment Partner at Arthur Ventures, Jake Joraanstad – CEO of Myriad Mobile and Kelby Kleinsasser – VP of Business Development at the Farmers’ Business Network. Everyone had their own unique story to tell and actively answered the questions and help the new startups reach their goals.

Ag Tech Expo was proudly sponsored by the NDSU Research and Technology Park and Emerging Prairie

The NDSU Research and Technology Park actively remains a supporter of startups and new business ventures. Chuck Hoge the Executive Director encourages startups to seek out the benefits and unique opportunities that the Incubator and Research Park can provide.

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If you would like more information about this topic, please contact Emily Schubert at 701-499-3604 or email at emily@ndsuresearchpark.com.