The collaboration meet-up that’s getting the food tech market excited
On 25-26 June in London, global brand spearheads and leading food tech investors will meet in London at Food Tech Matters 2019 for two days of innovation and collaboration with some of the most disruptive start-ups in food tech.
In attendance will also be leaders from key industry players such as Sainsburys, Nestlé, Danone, Ferrero and Unilever and the investment 23community including Five Season Ventures, Anterra Capital, BiTHOUSE Group and PeakBridge Partners.
“It’s exciting to see such a varied line-up of start-ups on board,” says director Briony Mansell-Lewis. “From tractor-replacing robots, plant-based meat alternatives, food waste technologies and AI planning and scheduling software to smart dietitian apps, there’s a great variety of innovations set to get the market excited.” View the start-up line-up at: https://foodtechmatters.com/startups/
Food Tech Matters is fast paced, has an exciting speaker line-up, innovation challenges, start-up pitching competitions and above all, plenty of networking opportunities. Built around the curated 1-2-1 meetings platform Food Tech Connect, the innovation meet-up is a unique opportunity for the food tech community to connect in an informal, relaxed environment.
The agenda will focus on the hottest topics in food tech at the moment including the global food tech trends driving future investment and innovation, sustainable supply chain, food waste tech and the future of protein. It boasts an exciting speaker line-up including Corporate Innovation Directors from global brands along with leading food tech investors who will provide expert insight on global trends driving investment and discuss where next for food tech?
View the full agenda here: https://foodtechmatters.com/programme-2
A great opportunity for early to mid-stage food tech start -ups who can gain inspiration from disruptors including Zina Mavroeidi, CEO, E-Fresh.gr, Tom Mohrmann, CEO, Protifarm, Philip Verey, Commercial Director, Winnow Solutions and Jamie Crummie, Founder, Too Good To Go. Start-up innovators can also compete for the opportunity to pitch their tech solutions to a panel of leading investment companies including Seedrs, Five Seasons Ventures and Draper Esprit, receiving expert advice after the pitch.
Attending start-up disruptors include Protifarm, Wasteless, The Small Robot Company, The Meatless Farm, This.Co, SIGA, Smartwithfood, Mealz and Flexciton. Visit here for the list of attendees: https://foodtechmatters.com/startups/
Join the food tech community in London for two days of consumer insight panels, open innovation challenges, expert insight, and above all to make valuable connections to shape the future of food.