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INFLOR returns as a sponsor at the World Forestry Center’s 2022 Signature Timberland Investing Conference

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Posted on July 19, 2022 | INFLOR News

We’re proud to be a part of Who Will Own the Forest again this year

 

After virtually presenting at the conference last year, we’re excited to share that INFLOR will be a Classic Sponsor at the World Forestry Center’s 2022 Signature Timberland Investing Conference: Who Will Own the Forest?

The conference is being held in-person on September 20-22 in Portland, Oregon. It will include conference sessions and evening receptions that bring executives, investors, asset managers, landowners, and conservationists together to examine the drivers, trends, and impacts of institutional timberland investing.

Our INFLOR LLC CEO Antonio Tatagiba is looking forward to the opportunity to build connections with fellow industry professionals in-person after attending the virtual conference last year. We’re also proud to attend alongside our business partners and friends at American Forest Management and Manulife Investment Management

“I am very excited to attend the event in-person this year to have the opportunity to meet others face-to-face instead of through our computer screens. With a wide range of topics set to be presented during the conference, it will be really interesting to learn and talk with others about the upcoming changes we can expect in our industry,” shares Antonio Tatagiba, INFLOR LLC CEO.

We appreciate the World Forestry Center for welcoming us to participate in the conference again this year and our team is looking forward to seeing everyone in Portland soon. 

 

We hope you’ll join us at the conference in September!
Register today and explore the 2022 agenda

 

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