Written By Gary Hynes Events / Places / Travel Dec 23, 2015 Terroir Symposium: Art • Culture • Technology – April 24-26th, 2016 SHARE VIA: Facebook Twitter PinterestGet your tickets today, to Canada’s most important and influential culinary event!This year’s 10th Anniversary edition of Terroir Symposium: Art • Culture • Technology, will be taking place in a new and exciting space: The Art Gallery of Ontario in Toronto.Buy your tickets now!Reduced-priced tickets are available only from now, until December 31st.This $200 ticket (reduced from $300) provides access to a full day of workshops, talks, art installations as well as a specially curated breakfast, lunch and evening cocktail reception. Click here to purchase tickets – there are limited quantities available! Interested in bulk tickets for your staff or clients?Terroir Industry-Bulk Rate($6000 value)This year, we are offering a bulk buying rate for purchases of 10 tickets or more. This rate includes: 10 VIP tickets to a full day of symposium activities (workshops, talks, art installations, breakfast lunch and an evening reception); our VIP party on Sunday, April 24th; and our culinary retreat with all Terroir symposium presenters on Tuesday, April 26th. In addition to receiving a $6000 value in tickets for your staff, colleagues and/or clients there is the added benefit of being recognized as a program provider in all Terroir symposium marketing collateral and social media. Interested in showcasing your product?On-site Trade-Booth($2500 value)Our on-site Trade Booth helps you to showcase your product or services with engaged industry buyers. As an onsite partner, your brand and products will be up close and personal to your restaurant clients, with the added benefit of interacting in a casual and convivial setting, developing solid business relationships.Trade booth packages also include: tickets for two company representatives to attend the VIP reception and the culinary retreat where you will mix and mingle with all of our presenters and media. As an added bonus you will also have name and logo recognition in all Terroir Symposium marketing assets.Your support is vital in helping us to continue to build a hospitality network for education and inspiration. Please contact us to inquire further into our partnership packages, please contact…Renée Lalonde E-Mail: email@example.com SHARE VIA: Facebook Twitter Pinterest Written By: Gary Hynes Gary Hynes, a writer and photographer, founded EAT magazine in 1998 and is its editor and chief paperboy. He studied Electronic Music with Samuel Dolan at Toronto’s Royal Conservatory of Music, Audio Recording Technology at ... Read More You may also like Events / Victoria July 17, 2017 Vancouver Island Feast of Fields Celebrates 20th Anniversary Pictured above: The first Feast of Fields Vancouver Island organizing committee. (Left to right) Sinclair Philip, Alfons Obererlacher, Mara Jernigan, ... Read More Events / Okanagan June 22, 2017 Deconstructing Dani García and the Feast: Food and Film Festival Everyone loves popcorn and junky food before a movie, but arguably—or absolutely—better are hand-selected local bites and drinks. Patrons to ... Read More Chefs / Events / Wine Events May 3, 2017 It’s true love when Chef Meets BC Grape Nowhere else can you taste so much great food paired with so much exceptional BC VQA wine. At Chef Meets BC Grape, you can sip from hundreds of wines ... Read More Causes / Events March 28, 2017 10 Questions for Food Activist Arlene Stein Arlene Stein is a Canadian food activist and the executive director and founder of Canada’s largest food symposium, Terroir, which takes place ... Read More Culture / Events March 27, 2017 Celebrating Canadian Gastronomy at Terroir, May 29, 2017 This year marks the 10th annual Terroir Symposium in Toronto, described as “a gathering of dreamers, disruptors and international luminaries in the ... Read More Events / SH March 17, 2017 Summer Dreaming at Linnaea Farm Imagine a tranquil setting, close to nature with spectacular scenery. The air is clean and filled with birdsong and the water tastes sweet. ... Read More Comments are closed.