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5 - 6 OCTOBER 2022, GRAND HYATT, DUBAI, UAE

FUTURE FOOD FORUM 2022

F&B Manufacturing

#FUTUREFOODSERIES

JOIN THE FOOD AND BEVERAGE MANUFACTURING CEO GATHERING FOR MIDDLE EAST AND NORTH AFRICA

Exclusive industry-focused keynotes

Get a chance to learn from change leaders and decision-makers behind the world's largest food manufacturing brands.

Premium networking

Build relationships with industry-leading companies and meet with over 600+ F&B specialists from the region and beyond.

Immersive panel discussions

Engage in highly interactive panel discussions featuring speakers from the government sector and key companies from the F&B sector.

"The UAE wants to become a hub for two things; We still want to be pioneering as a food hub for food trade but what we want to do is to be less dependent on the net food imports...we are a country that has over 200 nationalities, everyone has different tastes and we want to keep up being able to serve everyone what they love when it comes to food."

H.E. Mariam Bint M. Al Mheiri MINISTER OF CLIMATE CHANGE AND ENVIRONMENT, UAE

"This is just the start of a new era for us and the UAE Food & Beverage Group, where I see the cooperation between the multinational companies and the local companies working together for the best of the UAE economy."

Saleh Lootah CHAIRMAN OF THE UAE FOOD & BEVERAGE MANUFACTURERS GROUP

“If you don’t have a diverse leadership team, you might be missing out on an amazing group of talent because they’re looking for somewhere that looks more like them, which is another factor because you could lose talent if you’re proving that you’re not diverse and inclusive.”

Kate Goodman MENA AND PAKISTAN BUSINESS UNIT PRESIDENT, MONDELĒZ INTERNATIONAL

“The consumer demand has actually gotten heavily impacted by the pandemic and consumers are currently looking for healthy, convenient and probably value for money. The local manufacturers have a great responsibility to adapt themselves to fulfill these demands.”

Hassan Safi CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER, AL AIN FARMS

“It's really about connecting your machines, it's about getting that data into the database, it's about being agile but also about empowering workers - enabling workers. Everywhere I've gone it's 'we need more skilled workers, we need more intelligence, we need more training' so then let's empower them, let's get them the data to make decisions and impact their manufacturing.”

Paul Epperson VICE PRESIDENT, GLOBAL CHIEF COMMERCIAL OFFICER-MANUFACTURING, GE DIGITAL

    Senior speakers from signature brands making headlines across the MENA market

    Learn from over 50+ industry leaders as they share insights into the best strategies for core issues faced by the industry, and more at the 2-day Future Food Forum 2022.

    H.E. Abdulla Al Saleh
    Saleh Lootah
    Ahmed Mohamed Al Naqbi
    Ahmed Bayoumi
    Prof. Ahmed Eltigani
    Sumeet Mathur
    Alan Smith
    Hussein Samh Al-Masroori
    Ahmad Belyouha
    Marwan Al Sarkal
    Ahmed AlShaibani
    Dr. Raman Kumar
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    The MENA region's CEO leadership gathering for food & beverage manufacturing

    EARLY BIRD OFFER

    Expires 5 Sept 2022

    AED 2,000
    • 2-Day Conference Pass
    • Networking Coffee and Lunch
    • Exhibition Zone Entry
    • Promotional Collateral
    • Free to Attend Workshops
    • Certificate of Attendance
    • Photos, Videos & Recordings

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    Expires 5 Oct 2022

    AED 2,500
    • 2-Day Conference Pass
    • Networking Coffee and Lunch
    • Exhibition Zone Entry
    • Promotional Collateral
    • Free to Attend Workshops
    • Certificate of Attendance
    • Photos, Videos & Recordings

    Future Food Forum 2022

    Conf Chairman

    Bringing together local and global ministers, high-ranking government officials, business leaders, academia, and representatives of leading think tanks once more, the Future Food Forum 2022 is set to showcase the initiatives within the food and beverage manufacturing ecosystem for sustainability and inclusive growth, creating opportunities for women, and fostering youth entrepreneurship within the F&B industry.

    Sumeet Mathur
    Conference Chairman, Managing Director, FRIESLANDCAMPINA, MIDDLE EAST & NORTH AFRICA

    2022 PROGRAMME

    2 conference days packed with the biggest MENA brands and government addressing extraordinary developments, excellence and new pportunities 

    across the complete F&B business value chain.

    8:00 – 8:30 #-

    Registration for CEO Round Table

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    8:00 - 9:00 #-

    CEO Round Table 1 - UAE Ministry of Economy & Food and Beverage Manufacturing Leaders

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    08:00 -09:30 #-

    General Registration and Networking

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    09:00 – 09:20 #-

    VIP Tour in the Networking Area

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    09:20 – 09:30 #-

    Opening Address

    Saleh Lootah, Chairman, UAE Food and Beverage Business Group

    Saleh Lootah, Chairman, UAE Food and Beverage Business Group

    09:30 – 09:40 #-

    Chief Guest Address

    H.E. Abdulla Al Saleh, Undersecretary, Ministry of Economy UAE

    H.E. Abdulla Al Saleh, Undersecretary, Ministry of Economy UAE

    09:40 - 10:20 #-

    Food and Beverage Manufacturing Partnership for Sustainable Economic Growth

    Food and Beverage manufacturing is critical to the growth and performance of our economies. It is in the

    Food and Beverage manufacturing is critical to the growth and performance of our economies. It is in the interest of the region and its development that an atmosphere of partnership is created between government organisations, regulators and the F&B manufacturers to enable this sector to scale up, become competitive and build a resilient supply chain. In an interesting discussion key leaders will throw more light on the key challenges and opportunities available and why both government organisations and local and international manufacturers need to play its role for F&B sector to contribute to our region’s sustainable economic growth.

    Panelists:
    Alan Smith, CEO, Agthia Group PJSC
    Ahmed Alnaqbi - Chief Executive Officer - Emirates Development Bank
    Andrey Dribny, Chief Executive Officer – Culinary, IFFCO
    Melda Yasar Cebe, Managing Director MEA, KRAFT HEINZ

    Session Chair:
    Sumeet Mathur, Managing Director, FrieslandCampina MENA

    10:30-11:30 #-

    Important Significance for Creating a Regional Approach for GCC Food Security

    The region, with its desert environments, has been a traditional food importer with various GCC countries importing up

    The region, with its desert environments, has been a traditional food importer with various GCC countries importing up to 80% of their food and beverage needs. Recent geo-political developments such as the war in Ukraine, Covid-19 related border closures, climate change, lower production in source countries, supply chain disruptions, higher food wastage are all creating alarming food security situation in the Middle East region. GCC countries need to create and support a food security plan with significant focus and investments in local production, resilient logistic networks, reduced food wastage and technology-led agri-food production. There also needs to be a way for the Gulf region to collaborate and create a regional network for food production, trade partners and others.

    Panelists:
    Dr. Hussain bin Samh Al Masrouri, Director General, Food Safety and Quality Center, Ministry Agriculture, Fisheries Wealth and Water Resources, Oman
    Prof Ahmed Eltigani, CEO, Al Rawabi Diary
    Samah Al Hajeri, Director, Cooperatives and Strategic Reserve, Ministry of Economy UAE
    Yasmine Berbir, Head of Sustainability, Nestle Middle East
    Graham Sanders, CEO, Abu Dhabi Food Hub – KEZAD


    Session Chair:
    Ahmed Bayoumi, CEO, Global Food Industries, UAE

    11:30-11:45 #-

    Networking Coffee Break

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    11:45: 12:00 #-

    Innovation Talk: Digitalization – Boosting efficiency in Food and Beverage

    Speaker: Matthew Holland, Chief Commercial Officer, EMEA – GE Digital, UK

    Speaker:
    Matthew Holland, Chief Commercial Officer, EMEA – GE Digital, UK

    12:00 12:40 #-

    The Need for developing a Trust-Based Relationship between Regional Retailers and Manufacturers

    With the rise of the mega-retail, mergers and acquisitions and the growth of mall-culture, retailers and manufacturers are

    With the rise of the mega-retail, mergers and acquisitions and the growth of mall-culture, retailers and manufacturers are key partners for each other’s eventual business success, profitability, overall performance of our national economy, food security, jobs and lot more. The session will bring together some of the most powerful companies from both sides of the spectrum in pursuit of practical answers to important questions on key topics such as how can they develop a trust-based relationship and produce greater benefits for both these critical players? And what policies and procedures will help us get there?

    Panelists:
    Fethi Khiari, CEO, United Foods, UAE
    Shahzeb Mahmood, GM Middle East & Pakistan, Kellogg’s
    Paul Thachil, Managing Director – Oils & Fats, IFFCO
    Kirti Magnani, Head of Procurement, Choithrams
    Vargheese Anthony, General Manager, Al Futtaim Logistics

    Session Chair:
    Dr Sami Carouba, President and CEO, Reach Middle East & Africa

    12:40 – 12:52 #-

    Innovation Talk 2: Food Safety & Steam as an Ingredient

    Speaker: Francisco Pedrosa – Director EMEA, SPIRAX

    Speaker:
    Francisco Pedrosa – Director EMEA, SPIRAX

    12:52 – 13:30 #-

    Reducing Waste in Food Manufacturing and preparing for circular economy

    Food and beverage manufacturers are mindful of its impact on the environment and are also now directed by

    Food and beverage manufacturers are mindful of its impact on the environment and are also now directed by local governments to reduce contributions to landfill and of course business benefits from lowering waste. Manufacturing companies are also keen to show an increasing level of CSR which in turn attracts new age customers, investors, and even employees. The panel will provide an in-depth and interesting discussion on delivering robust and sustainable cost savings, whilst improving their CSR while reducing waste in food and beverage manufacturing supply chain

    Panelists:
    Dr Rabih Kemlah, Chief Research Officer, Agthia Group PJSC
    Alexander van‘t Riet, CEO, MAI Dubai
    Tina Hornbaek, Ph. D., Director of Dairy Bioprotection – Food Cultures & Enzymes, Chr. Hansen A/S Denmark
    Marcelle Roubanian, Regional Marketing Director, Endress+Hauser Middle East
    Maher Maktabi, Senior Public Affairs Manager, The Coca-Cola Company

    Session Chair:
    Amal Al Ahmadi, Head of Research, MOCCAE, UAE

    13:30 -13:45 #-

    Innovation Talk3: Automation and Beyond in F&B Industry

    Speaker: Hirofumi Takahashi, General Manager, Digital Enterprise Business, Yokogawa Middle East & Africa.

    Speaker:
    Hirofumi Takahashi, General Manager, Digital Enterprise Business, Yokogawa Middle East & Africa.

    13:45 -14:30 #-

    Networking Lunch Break

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    14:30 -15:15 #-

    Sustainability Challenges Faced by the Food and Beverage Manufacturers

    Today, it is a known fact that F&B manufacturers are embracing the need for new ways of working:

    Today, it is a known fact that F&B manufacturers are embracing the need for new ways of working: the industry is reshaping its approach to operations, integrating sustainability metrics into everyday and strategic business decisions. However it is a challenge to meet the new realities and adjust fast enough: achieving sustainability goals is a journey, given the need to align all suppliers with your corporate agenda, as considerable shares of emissions occur outside your span of control. This session will shed light on how brands can efficiently source and manage ingredients, packaging materials, energy sources, water and other natural resources to meet consumers’ expectations, who are more and more ready to vote for more convenient, sustainable, ethical and healthy food and beverage choices, for brands and companies with purpose.

    Panellists:
    Yasmin Fansa, MENA Sustainability Lead, PEPSICO
    Anna Fargas, SRM Director, Mondelez
    Sandrine Duquerroy-Delesalle, Director, Sustainability & External Affairs, Crown Bevcan EMEA
    Dina Epifanova, Global Head of Sustainability, IFFCO Group

    Session Chair:
    Yasmine Berbir, Head of Sustainability, Nestle Middle East

    15:15 – 15:55 #-

    Creating a Regional Knowledge Hub for F&B Manufacturing Development

    Food and beverage manufacturing related knowledge building is one of the key pillars that can trigger development in

    Food and beverage manufacturing related knowledge building is one of the key pillars that can trigger development in the sector. This can also promote local/national workforce. For the industry to remain as a viable, competitive, and significant contributor to the country’s economic health, a carefully executed strategy to develop a regional knowledge hub and engage skilled national workforce is essential. There is still a huge amount of work to do to meet national workforce targets set for the future. This session will address significant and rising national workforce development, and skills shortages faced by the F&B sector affecting the regions food processing and agri-business, to address what can done to improve the situation.

    Panellists:
    Ahmed Saeed Belyouha, Chairman, Emirates Macaroni Factory
    Shaker Zainal, Chief mSME Officer, Emirates Development Bank
    Moin Anwar, Trade & Investment Commissioner (Middle East), New South Wales Government Australia

    Session Chair:
    Johan Burger, Executive Education Manager, UAE University

    15:55-16:30 #-

    Planning a Winning Online Strategy for F&B Products

    The Gulf region’s traditional retailers, online grocers, manufacturers and start-ups have set up faster delivery channels in the

    The Gulf region’s traditional retailers, online grocers, manufacturers and start-ups have set up faster delivery channels in the online space with convenient selections at lower prices. Although the sector is progressing well, but only a few players with long-term strategies can expect to be successful. The session will outline the relevant risks involved in planning a viable online strategy keeping in mind recent developments such as the rising fuel costs, hybrid lifestyles post covid, and labour shortages in the delivery business, among others.

    Panellists:
    Mohammad Ghuloum, CEO, JUMLA KUWAIT
    Igor Demishev, CEO & Co founder, JIFFY, UK
    Duncan McCulloch, General Manager MEA, MARS
    Leo Dovbenko, CEO, Yalla Mart

    Session Chair:
    Lamia Fakhr, Director, Kellogg’s MENAT

    16:30 - 16:40 #-

    Dubai Digital International Trade Program

    Speakers: Youssef Mohamed, Alibaba.com, Managing Partner, JSC Middle East & Africa Abdulrahman, AlHosani, Director Exporter Services, Dubai Industries

    Speakers:
    Youssef Mohamed, Alibaba.com, Managing Partner, JSC Middle East & Africa
    Abdulrahman, AlHosani, Director Exporter Services, Dubai Industries and Exports

    16:40 - 17:00 #-

    Closing Summary and End of Day 1

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    17:00 #-

    Networking Coffee Break and End of the Day

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    08:00 #-

    Registration for CEO Round Table

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    08:00 - 09:00 #-

    Preparing the Food Ecosystem for the Metaverse Era - Round Table Discussion with Dubai Municipality

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    09:00 #-

    General Registration Open and Networking

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    09:00 - 09:05 #-

    Recap day 1 by Conference Chairman

    Sumeet Mathur, Managing Director, FrieslandCampina MENA

    Sumeet Mathur, Managing Director, FrieslandCampina MENA

    09:05 -09:15 #-

    Opening Address

    Ahmed Al Shaibani, Project Lead, Foodtech Valley

    Ahmed Al Shaibani, Project Lead, Foodtech Valley

    09:15- 10:00 #-

    Redefining the role of Food and Beverage Regulations

    Food and beverage manufacturing in the Middle East is fast-paced and ever-changing as manufacturers continuously introduce new products

    Food and beverage manufacturing in the Middle East is fast-paced and ever-changing as manufacturers continuously introduce new products into the regional market, as well as internationally. In order to remain competitive, we need to create a regulatory environment that supports innovation, encourages safety and above all provides a level playing field. In an interesting panel discussion, we welcome regional and international F&B regulatory leaders to share their ideas on how the regional Food and Beverage Regulatory environment can be improved.

    Panellists:
    Lucas Blaustein, Regional Agricultural Attaché, U.S. Department of Agriculture
    Omar Hisham, Business Development Manager, Raqam Consultancy
    Eng. Ali Rashid AlGhafri, Director, Food Standard and Conformity, Oman
    Eng. Reem Mahmoud Alqaisi, Head of Food Standards and Quality Department , Jordan Food and Drug Administration

    Session Chair:
    Dr. Hassan Bayrakdar, Founder and Managing Director, Raqam Consultancy

    10:00-11:00 #-

    Understanding the New and Emerging Food and Beverage Consumers

    Emerging out of the pandemic, regional consumers are becoming more cost conscious, relying more on home delivery models

    Emerging out of the pandemic, regional consumers are becoming more cost conscious, relying more on home delivery models for groceries thanks to their preference to hybrid offices and F&B manufacturers who have capabilities to reach out and serve consumers at home and outside the home are generally performing better. Recent trends show that average Middle Eastern consumers are becoming more and more conscious of the content of their food, its origins, freshness, and safety. In an interesting discussion, experts will shed light into the reasons for these changing consumer preferences and help us understand ways to create a winning strategy for your organization to stay ahead of the curve.

    Panelists:
    Andrey Dvoychenkov, General Manager, NielsenIQ - Arabian Peninsula & Pakistan
    Igor Marti, Vice President MENAT, BRF
    Manisha Juneja, Global Research Manager, Toluna UK
    Sam Gill, Regional Manager - MENA, Meat & Livestock Australia
    Shahid Khan, CEO, Al Islami Foods, UAE

    Session Chairman
    Ahmed Bayoumi, CEO, Global Food Industries, UAE

    11:00 -11:15 #-

    Global Case Study

    How fermentation-enabled bioprotection can reduce food waste, improve food security and support a more sustainable food future Speaker:

    How fermentation-enabled bioprotection can reduce food waste, improve food security and support a more sustainable food future

    Speaker:
    Tina Hornbaek, Ph. D., Director of Dairy Bioprotection – Food Cultures & Enzymes, Chr. Hansen A/S Denmark

    11:15 – 11:25 #-

    Global Case Study

    The Case for Metal Packaging - How is it becoming a key enabler for the transition towards a

    The Case for Metal Packaging - How is it becoming a key enabler for the transition towards a sustainable, circular and low carbon economy

    Speaker:
    Sandrine Duquerroy-Delesalle, Director, Sustainability & External Affairs, Crown Bevcan EMEA

    11:25 -11:45 #-

    Networking Coffee Break

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    11:45: 12:25 #-

    Managing Crisis within the Food and Beverage Supply Chain

    The global population is soon powering past 10 billion, putting a massive strain on the global food supply

    The global population is soon powering past 10 billion, putting a massive strain on the global food supply chain. The majority of this growth is expected to happen in emerging markets which are already facing significant food security threats driven by massive urbanisation, decaying traditional food production, manufacturing systems and recent disruptions such as Covid-19, war and other geo-political threats. Food manufacturing and production are more resource-intensive putting a lot of stress on local supply chains in under greater pressure. This session will provide an overview on compelling factors that are disrupting our global food supply chain and discuss how production and distribution leaders in food can address these critical issues for the 21st century.

    Panelists:
    Dr Raman Kumar, Managing Director, Al Futtaim Logistics
    Sherif Hafez, MEA Supply Chain Director, Mars
    Dr. Hanaa Gomaa, Cluster Head Middle East and Pakistan E2E Supply Chain (CSL), Mondelēz International
    Melahat Yildirim, Director – Procurement, IFFCO
    Vidya Shah, Chief Commercial Officer, Abu Dhabi Food Hub – KEZAD

    Session Chair:
    Sumeet Mathur, Managing Director, FrieslandCampina MENA

    12:00 - 13:00 -- (Parallel session) #-

    Knowledge Building Session with Oman, Jordan, Egypt Regulatory Leaders

    Future Food Forum and the UAE Food and Beverage Manufacturers Business Group is presenting you with an opportunity

    Future Food Forum and the UAE Food and Beverage Manufacturers Business Group is presenting you with an opportunity to meet and greet with some of the leading regulatory leaders from the region. It is an open discussion where attendees will get a chance to connect and address key issues faced and gain an understanding of key trends from these markets.

    In attendance:
    Dr. Hussain bin Samh Al Masroori, Director General, Food Safety and Quality Center, Ministry Agriculture, Fisheries Wealth and Water Resources, Oman
    Eng. Ali Rashid AlGhafri, Director, Food Standard and Conformity, Oman
    Eng. Reem Mahmoud Alqaisi, Head of Food Standards and Quality Department, Jordan Food and Drug Administration
    Dr. Tamador S. Maayah, PhD, Head of risk management unit, Amman, Jordan Food and Drug Administration, Jordan

    Led by:
    Ahmed Belyouha, Board Member, UAE Food and Beverage Business Group and Chairman Emirates Macaroni Factory UAE

    12:25 – 12:45 #-

    Innovation Talk 4: Future of Food and Beverage Packaging

    Speaker: Niels Hougaard, Managing Director, Tetra Pak Arabia & Export

    Speaker:
    Niels Hougaard, Managing Director, Tetra Pak Arabia & Export

    12:40 – 13:20 #-

    The Challenges of a new era in food safety in disrupted times

    In today's times of global disruption, such as global warming, price inflation, food shortages, rising energy costs, food

    In today's times of global disruption, such as global warming, price inflation, food shortages, rising energy costs, food and beverage manufacturers face enormous challenges in ensuring and improving food safety: authenticity risks are increasing, new contaminants and food-borne diseases are on the rise, and consumers are demanding more integrity and transparency from brands. Policymakers are proposing several interesting ways to shape the future of food safety. In an engaging keynote address followed by a panel discussion, experts will provide a critical overview of the food safety concerns that need to be addressed.

    Panellists:
    Dr. Tamador S. Maayah, PhD, Head of risk management unit, Amman, Jordan Food and Drug Administration, Jordan
    Ian Aplin, Business Development Manager EMEA, Spirax Sarco
    Sahil Majeed, Health and Nutrition Manager, SGS Gulf, UAE

    Session Chair:
    Henri de Valicourt, Vice President, Cotecna Spain

    13:20: 14:00 #-

    Networking Lunch Break

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    14:00 – 14:15 #-

    Fireside chat with Marwan Al Sarkal, CEO, Al Murr Investments

    Fireside chat with Marwan Al Sarkal, CEO, Al Murr Investments on his career journey that has transformed Sharjah

    Fireside chat with Marwan Al Sarkal, CEO, Al Murr Investments on his career journey that has transformed Sharjah into a thriving business destination for food and beverage manufacturing. Along the way, he has helped empower the region’s youth, involving them in projects or providing space for F&B startups

    14:15 -15:25 #-

    Keynote: Overview into the world of exciting new ingredient technologies and innovations for healthier food

    Speakers Adela Papac, Adela Papac Senior Global Marketing Manager, Sweeteners, Innovation and Commercial Development, Tate & Lyle UK

    Speakers
    Adela Papac, Adela Papac
    Senior Global Marketing Manager, Sweeteners, Innovation and Commercial Development, Tate & Lyle UK

    Panel Discussion:
    Overview into the world of exciting new ingredient technologies and innovations

    Every manufacturer is keen to offer new line products that are healthy, immune boosting, sustainable, plant based and others… In order for these products to be successful they need to offer something unique to get on the shelf. Here is where the look out for new and efficient ingredients and ingredient technology that can help differentiate your products.

    Panellists:
    Eng . Wafaa Yousef Suleman Almomani , Assistant Director General , Jordan Standards & Metrology Organization (JSMO), Jordan
    Somaia Basha, Research Manager, Euromonitor
    Radhwa Medhat, Regulatory Affairs Manager, Kellogg’s

    Led by:
    Adela Papac, Senior Global Marketing Manager, Sweeteners, Innovation and Commercial Development, Tate & Lyle UK

    15:30-16:00 #

    Listen to top influencers on how to plan your F&B social strategies

    16:00-16:30 #-

    FBMG Women Leaders Networking Session

    It makes perfect sense for more women to be in senior leadership roles of the F&B manufacturing sector.

    It makes perfect sense for more women to be in senior leadership roles of the F&B manufacturing sector. However, in reality, less than 20% of top leadership positions are held by women despite global research that a majority of food purchasing decisions are made by women. It is true that there are not many women CEOs, CTOs and CMOs in food and beverage manufacturing but this begs the question -why? In an open discussion, industry leaders address key issues that the industry is facing when it comes to increasing female representation in leadership, diversity, and how we can get more women to the top within the food and beverage manufacturing value chain.

    RSVP to attend: www.futurefoodseries.com/womeninfood

    16:30-17:00 #-

    Networking Session

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    17:00 #-

    Closing Summary and End of day 2

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