A Collaboration to Revolutionize the Food Ecosystem: The Future Food-Tech summit

By January 15, 2019 January 17th, 2019 All, Disruptive innovation event

Future Food Institute is now collaborating as a media partner of Future Food-Tech San Francisco, on the occasion of a special initiative to be held in San Francisco: The Future Food-Tech summit.

What is it about? An international networking event that brings together food brands, entrepreneurs and investors to showcase solutions, share ideas and create new alliances.

The theme for 2019 is Transformative Collaborations to Revolutionize the Food Ecosystem. From personalized nutrition, alternative distribution channels and AI, to plant-based proteins and the role of food in health, their 60-strong speaking faculty will define the most effective routes to market and the collaborative partnerships needed to scale innovation and drive the sector forward.

The ideas are out there, there’s no shortage of deal flow, and CPG brands are more agile than ever before through open innovation, internal R&D and corporate venturing. Now is the time for the sector to unite, align strategic priorities and work together to fix the broken food system and deliver the next generation of nutritious, affordable foods to all.

Last but not least, many exciting experts and innovative startups will be part of the summit’s Technology Showcase – a great opportunity for early to mid-stage food-tech companies to showcase their technology or solution to our audience of global food businesses, technology integrators and VC investors – and TechHub a chance for early-stage companies to have a dedicated and branded meeting point in the networking area.

When and where? The event will take place in San Francisco on March 21st-22nd, from 8 am – 6 pm PST.

How to apply? You can easily apply here

We look forward to seeing you in San Francisco!

For more info about the Future Food-Tech summit, check out the official website: https://futurefoodtechsf.com/

 

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