Brian Christian of Inovo and Gayl Bunes of Cargill to co-present at 2015 FEI

Talk to take place Monday, May 18 at 9:40AM. More information available on the FEI site.

FEI2015, the annual Front-end of Innovation conference, is taking place May 18 – 20 in Boston. Brian Christian, President of The Inovo Group, will be giving a talk with Gayl Bunes of Cargill on ‘Realizing the Promise of Biotechnology in the Food & Ag Sector’. The talk will describe a strategic innovation project Cargill undertook in 2014 in collaboration with The Inovo Group. The project focused on identifying growth opportunities made possible through the expanded use of biotechnology. This presentation will describe the background, review key elements of the methodology and highlight some of the more important outcomes of this project.

Cargill is one of the leading providers of food, agriculture, financial and industrial products and services in the world and is also the largest
privately-held company in the U.S. They are in the market today with biotechnology-enabled fermentationand enzyme applications in their food, agriculture and industrial business segments.

Inovo is a strategic innovation consulting firm that helps technology-driven companies push boundaries to create significant growth opportunities. Inovo brings deep innovation expertise and a rigorous framework adapted for each client’s distinct culture and objectives. For more than a decade, Inovo has helped some of the world’s leading companies explore new domains, gain valuable business insights and shape compelling–and successful–new offerings and business models.

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