The two-day event will kick off on Friday, 21 September, with keynote speeches, panel discussions and two breakout tracks. On the second day, 22 September, the Summit continues to offer a number of hands-on workshops and talks, aimed at bringing the discussion to a bigger audience. Both days will feature a Foodie Marketplace, where new, futuristic, and innovative products will be on display and even ready to take home.
Agenda is updated frequently and subject to change. Please check back.
Friday, 21 September
The New Food Revolution: What Would It Look Like to Start Over in Food?
Josh Tetrick, Co-Founder & CEO of JUST
The Big Gamble
In the Big Gamble, we will hear from venture capitalists and investors who are betting on the next big food-related innovations
Dining in 2030
Top restauranteurs in Hong Kong and Greater China on how they’ve remained competitive over the years and how they are evolving to keep ahead and stay relevant
How Sweden Designs Our Food's Future
Movers and shakers from this progressive nation in Scandinavia sharing lessons, examples and policies showing how Sweden is helping design our planet's future of food
Sustaining a Sustainable Business
Early adopters of sustainable businesses discussing the realities of sustainability vs commercial success
15:30 — Dining in Innovation: How technology and new science is shaping our dining experience — too much science fiction or way of the future?
16:30 — How Do You "Eat" Data: Charting the application and opportunities of data, big and personal, in our dining scene
17:30 — Blockchain in Our Food Chain: What is blockchain? And is it the solution to the problems within the food industry?
Food and Dining
15:30 — Is Alternative Protein Still “Alternative”? How meat alternatives are becoming mainstream
16:30 — Gourmet Beyond Four Walls: Restaurants are not the only places to get gourmet food. A look at the ever-evolving operating models for finer dining (e.g. delivery, co-kitchens)
17:30 — Gen Z: What Do They Eat? What does Generation Z eat? Is the image more important than the actual food? What are the factors that drive Gen Z'ers to queue at length and travel for hours in pursuit of 'grammable grub?
Foodie Marketplace: Future Edition
Start-ups and companies will be offering some of the latest and intriguing products and services that allow us to embrace our future a little closer today