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Here at the WET Center, we are dedicated to providing helpful resources for members, ventures and community members who want to get involved int he water, energy and ag-tech space.
We offer a variety of easily accessible resources ranging from programs, newsletters and membership information to our digital press room and informational documents. These resources can help you to gain a better understanding of our mission and how our work helps to support your business.
The resources below help you find the information and support you need to make the best decisions for your business. We are committed to providing the most up-to-date and reliable resources to help our members succeed! If you have any questions about our resources, don't hesitate to get in touch with us at email@example.com.
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WATCH OUR WEBINARS
WET Center Webinar Series: How could you benefit by working with the Center Irrigation Technology?
Since 1980, the Center for Irrigation Technology (CIT) has been the leading independent testing laboratory and applied research facility for the irrigation industry. With state-of-the-art indoor and outdoor testing facilities, CIT works with the public and private sector to advance irrigation technology, water/energy management practices, and equipment standards. While CIT continues to maintain a strong history of guiding industry practices and technologies, many founders are still unaware of how CIT can help their business grow and develop. Join us on May 28th at 10am to discuss with current director, Dr. Charles Hillyer, how CIT could be of benefit to you and your company.
WET Center Webinar Series: Improve Your Sales in Agriculture with AgProz Founder Neil Knaak
Selling in agriculture has its own unique dynamics that can be difficult for many agtech founders to navigate. With longer sales cycles, strong relationship building, and segmented distribution networks - scaling effectively can be challenging. Enter Neil Knaak, with over a decade of sales experience with new agtech products, he has been helping agtech startups multiply their sales growth through his AgProz product and has successfully coached many incoming founders along the way on how to increase their sales in this industry. Neil will cover the best approaches to developing relationships within the industry, effectively doing cold outreaches, and what to expect within your sales process. Join us March 19th at 10am for this free webinar. Learn more at www.Wetcenter.org
WET Center Webinar Series: Leveraging the Fresno State Ecosystem featuring Nestle & BovControl
Join us on February 26, 2021, at 10 a.m. to learn about how BovControl (a Valley Ventures alumni) has leveraged the Fresno State ecosystem over the years to accomplish their company's growth milestones, develop partnerships with leaders in their industry, and further improve their product. You'll be hearing from Danilo Leao of BovControl, Dr. Kyle Thompson of the Fresno State Dairy, and Barbara Sollero of Nestle. Learn how this startup from Brazil used the Fresno State ecosystem to advance their company further, and how you may be able to apply these actions as well. This webinar is FREE and open to the public.
WET Center Webinar Series: Overcoming Obstacles for a Brighter Future in California Agriculture
Daniel Hartwig of Woolf Farming and Ryan Jacobsen of the Fresno County Farm Bureau discuss the future of California agriculture. We will be covering the discussion on water in the valley - including SGMA and the perspective of a grower from the westside. In addition, we will be going over topics such as sustainability, data collection, labor, agricultural technology trends, and more.
WET Center Webinar Series: Navigating the State of the Irrigation Industry
Webinar was recorded November 20th. Join us to discuss the current and future state of the irrigation industry with Aric Olson, President at Jain Irrigation Inc. We will be covering topics of where irrigation innovation is needed in the areas of permanent crops and how technology could fill the gaps. We will also be covering questions and challenges from the perspective of an ag-tech startup and how a company could enter into a partnership with an established industry business! www.wetcenter.org https://jainsusa.com
WET Center Webinar Series: Resources Are Only Valuable If You Use Them Webinar
There are many local, State, and Federal programs that are designed to help manufacturers of any size. These programs come and go and often vary one year to the next. This is why it is important to check-in with your partners, like The WET Center, CMTC, your city/county, Workforce Development Board, or Economic Development Corporation once or twice per year. Throughout COVID-19, there has been a growing awareness of the need for a strong manufacturing sector. Many more companies and customers are looking for domestic products or a stronger domestic supply chain. Manufacturing also provides a great career path with better wages and employment opportunities. Whether you are a one-person business making a product in your garage or are a 4,000 employee food processor, we have programs and resources that can help. Now it’s up to you to find out what they are and put them to work for your business. www.wetcenter.org
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Our programs are designed to provide businesses with the tools and resources they need to thrive. Our experienced team of professionals will work with you to create a tailored plan for your business to help you reach your goals. Learn more about our current programs and how they can help bolster your business' success.
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