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What our Innovators are Reading Right Now

by WGCIT Western Growers Center for Innovation

Posted on December 08, 2017 02:21 PM

In Their Words: Miles McEvoy

OPN recently spoke with Miles McEvoy who served as Deputy Secretary at the USDA National Organic Program for eight years.  Miles retired this past fall and his service will be remembered as one that protected organic integrity, while building the organic sector. While he will be missed in DC; the organic community has not heard the last from this organic champion.

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First 'Grower Days' Program a Success

by WGCIT Western Growers Center for Innovation

Posted on December 06, 2017 03:26 PM

By Emily Lyons

Western Grower’s Center for Innovation & Technology (WGCIT) hosted its first “Grower Days” event this week on December 4th and 5th. Grower Days offered resident startups of the WGCIT the opportunity to connect one-on-one with Western Growers’ farmers and production managers.

“Our core strength is connecting companies and creating market access. Our ability to introduce agtech startups to industry was on full display Monday and Tuesday [during Grower Days],” said WGCIT Lead Dennis Donohue about the first Grower Days event. “We look forward to hosting more of these events in 2018, and we appreciate the growers’ support of this WG initiative.” 

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  • Hayashi Wayland

Hayashi Wayland Provides Expert Tax Assistance to Help Startups Save Time and Money

by WGCIT Western Growers Center for Innovation

Posted on November 13, 2017 04:43 PM

When launching a new business, filing your taxes is probably one of the last things on your mind. But it shouldn’t be.

Waiting until the last minute to try to navigate through the complexities of filing your taxes as a start-up company could result in you leaving money on the table—or worse, costly penalties or other legal repercussions. To ensure that your new business is handling its tax obligations properly, consult a tax professional.

As a resident of the WG Center for Innovation & Technology, you have direct access to tax advisors such as Hayashi Wayland. Hayashi Wayland, a premiere accounting firm, is a sponsor of the WGCIT and is dedicated to helping agricultural technology entrepreneurs achieve financial success.

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