Rescheduled: World Agri-Tech Summit & Future Food-Tech.

27 April, 2020

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Rescheduled: World Agri-Tech Summit & Future Food-Tech

Will you be joining us at the rescheduled events?

 

 

World Agri-Tech Innovation Summit, March 9-10, 2021

 

The World Agri-Tech Innovation Summit is a world leading event series focused on the most disruptive technologies transforming the global food system. Now in its 6th year, this flagship event hosted in San Francisco gathers 1500 + of the brightest minds in agriculture. Agribusinesses, food brands, producers, investors and entrepreneurs from over 50 countries meet to foster learning, explore collaboration and investment strategy needed to bring transformative solutions to the food system, and fast-track innovation to the field. Hear from over 100 visionaries, founders and business leaders covering: the digitization and automation taking place within agriculture, the next generation of bio-based inputs, genetics and business models that are creating new supply chains, and the opportunity to build more profitable, biodiverse and healthy food systems for future generations.

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Future Food-Tech, March 11-12, 2021

 

Future Food-Tech is a world-leading event series focusing on the most disruptive technologies transforming our food system. The flagship event, held in the innovation capital of the world – San Francisco – brings together 1000+ c-suite food brand executives, investors and entrepreneurs to share ideas, network, collaborate and invest. During the summit over 80 speakers will explore the plant-based products of the future, the design of intuitive healthy eating, ingredient innovation, AI and robotics, the human gut microbiome, genetics and sustainable packaging. Through a fast-paced program of visionary presentations, interactive discussions and start-up showcases, the summit will dive deeper than ever before, unearthing innovative solutions and new partnership models with the potential to solve the food industry’s most pressing challenges.

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