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Biocontrol & Biostimulants LATAM
29 - 31 July 2024
Royal Palm Hall, Campinas, Sao Paulo State, Brazil

Plan Your Visit




Event Venue Address: ROYAL PALM HALL - Av. Monsenhor Luís Fernandes de Abreu, 311 - Jardim Nova Califórnia - Campinas / SP, 13051-093, Brasil


Royal Palm Plaza – 5 star hotel (just accross the street from Royal Palm Hall)
Royal Palm Tower Anhanguera – 4 star hotel (just beside from Royal Palm Hall)
Hotel Contemporâneo – 3 star hotel (just accross the street from Royal Palm Hall)

You must request a reservation making clear that you are attending "Informa Connect - Biocontrol & Biostimulants LATAM event" to have access to the discounted rate: / (19) 2117.8002

Opening days and hours:
Monday to Friday - 8am to 7pm
Saturday - 9am to 2pm
WhatsApp is robotic (19) 9 9634-7315

Explore Campinas

Campinas, formerly known as Nossa Senhora da Conceição de Campinas de Mato Grosso and São Carlos, is a major centre of industry, services and research, with the 11th largest GDP in Brazil and responsible for 15% of all scientific research in the country. In the 19th century, Campinas was the state's main commercial centre. Although later overtaken by São Paulo and Santos, it was still significant as a clearing point for coffee, citrus and sugar cane from the interior and became a fast-growing industrial centre. The state agronomic institute and large experimental plantations and other agricultural research institutions are located in Campinas. Industries include foundries, textile factories, locks and key factories and packaging and processing plants; agricultural equipment, motorbikes, electronics and machine tools are also manufactured.

For visitors, in addition to the obvious business/academic opportunities, Campinas offers the shopping, dining and nightlife options typical of a big city, but with easy access to the beautiful countryside and picturesque towns of the Serra da Mantiqueira. Campinas is also home to a considerable historical heritage from the late 19th century, associated with the prosperity of coffee growing during this period.