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Future Food Tech: Connecting food innovators, investors and big food corporates to rethink the future of food

June 13
09:36 2016

Logo Nov DatesThe Future Food-Tech Summit 2016 brings together the leading investors, corporates and technology start-ups from the food industry to showcase innovative solutions, share ideas & forge new partnerships to take these solutions to market. All share a common goal, to harness the power of technology to feed the world in a sustainable, safe and healthy manner.

The summit takes place on the 27-28th September 2016 and includes agenda-setting presentations and panel debates, interactive roundtable discussions, start-up pitching sessions, 1-1 meetings & networking opportunities with the brightest minds in food-tech today.

Key Themes in 2016 include:

  • The Mega Trends in Food Creating Tomorrow’s Opportunities
  • Creating Resilient Supply Chains with Foresight: The Role of Big Data & Genomics
  • The Future of Nutrition & Delivering Personalised Health
  • The Food-Consumer-Sustainability Nexus
  • New Protein & SynBio: Targeting Solutions to Meet Demand
  • Investor Insight into High-Growth Opportunities in Food
  • Global Models for Accelerating Innovation to Market

We are delighted to offer our members £300 saving off registration. Please quote BSD16 when booking. To attend please visit: www.futurefoodtechlondon.com

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