The Summit will bring together disruptive innovators and established multinational companies to inspire new thinking and accelerate innovation across the global food industry
The inaugural Food Matters Summit will take place on 19th and 20th November 2019 at ExCeL London.
Described as 'The Davos of the food industry', in reference to the World Economic Summit venue, the Food Matters Summit is the first high-level gathering of its kind in London.
The Summit aims to connect organisations across the food supply chain, bringing together disruptive innovators and established multinational companies to inspire the very best new thinking and accelerate innovation across the global food industry.
The international speaker line-up includes:
Food Matters Summit is relevant for anyone with an eye on the long-term future of the food industry
Briony Mansell-Lewis, Director of Food Matters, comments, "Food Matters Summit will provide a forum for new ideas and big thinking and is relevant for anyone with an eye on the long-term future of the food industry. “The Summit offers delegates an opportunity to learn from industry leaders and disruptors, be inspired by futurologists and world-renowned academics and forge powerful cross-sector industry connections that will influence the future of the global food and drink industry."
Food Matters Summit allows delegates to build their own programme across 12 sessions and 3 streams. In addition to the stellar speaker line-up, the schedule allows for pre-planned meaningful meetings with potential partners alongside more informal networking. GE Digital are the technology sponsor of the Tomorrow's Innovation stream.
The Food Matters Summit conference streams focus on three key themes:
How will we feed 10 billion people by 2050? How can the food industry respond to philosophical as well as commercial needs?
Why is innovation the key to changing global diets for the better? Exploration of alternative proteins, nanotechnology, AI, nutraceuticals and more.
How are we accelerating our food system? Who are the top disruptors? What are the consumer behaviours driving change?
Registration is now open at www.foodmatters.co.uk/summit