The Food Industry has never been without challenge, however today and in the mid to long term, it faces greater pressure, demand and disruption than ever before. As world population increases, the rising middle class expect more complex dietary options, consumers insist on full transparency, supply chains are the longest they have ever been and a new evolution of deliberate attack on food and beverage emerges, the industry must respond to resiliently prepare and ensure longevity.
This conference will provide the opportunity for business leaders to reframe the risks and challenges faced by the today’s fast-moving food industry and view them in light of opportunity under the framework of Organisational Resilience.
Delegates will hear from and participate in panel discussions with leaders in food retail, manufacture and supply chain as well as Government and academia in the areas as per below:
- A MORE RESILIENT FOOD INDUSTRY – HOW TO SURVIVE AND PROSPER
David Horlock, Managing Director, Global Food and Retail Supply Chain, BSI Group
- CREATING A CULTURE OF EXCELLENCE - WHAT, WHY AND HOW
Joanne Taylor - Founder and Director, Taylor Shannon International (TSI)
- GLOBAL TREND TOWARDS HIGHER ANIMAL WELFARE PRODUCTION METHODS
Dawn Neo, Corporate Outreach, Asia - Humane Society International
- SUSTAINABLE PACKAGING FOR THE CIRCULAR ECONOMY IN ASIA – BALANCING THE DILEMMA
In a food and Asian context, is it realistic to envision a world without plastics?
Semerdanta Pusaka, Co-Founder & Indonesia Country Director, Social Responsibility Asia (SR Asia)
Fraser Thompson, Director, AlphaBeta
- INNOVATING FOR NUTRITIOUS AND SUSTAINABLE FOOD
Carolyn Stephen, Nutritionist, Consumer-Centric Innovation
Ricky Lin, Founder & Chief Executive Officer, Life3 Biotech
Matthieu Vermesch, Founder and Managing Partner, VisVires New Protein
For more details, please visit the website here and register your interest below! (Details of the session will be provided to delegates after they have registered.)
This event is brought to you by Food Industry Asia and BSI Group