Hey, you – yes, you.
Call yourself a foodie? Then you’ll want to save your seat at the Food’s Future Summit, our upcoming one-day conference jam-packed with everything you need to know about what’s in store for your plates and palates in the future.
Still undecided? Unsure? Uncertain?
Here are some reasons why you should join us on Saturday, 12 August:
Shape your dietary destiny
#Realitycheck – there are real problems facing our future food supply, and we’re talking problems that we will face during this lifetime. Here’s the quick math, and it doesn’t add up: by 2050, global populations will have grown by a third. But dietary and climate trends suggest that we may only be able to feed half of 2050’s population at current food production rates. Yep, serious problems.
Despite this, issues of food sustainability still remain largely absent from our mainstream culinary consciousness. We need to begin the dialogue to change our culinary course and secure our food supply while we still can. And if you don’t have a seat at the table, you won’t have a say in the menu.
Stay ahead of the culinary curve
We’re always on the lookout for the next big thing, so when the opportunity comes along to pick the brains (or, should we say, bellies) of key investors, innovators and industry leaders, you won't want to miss it.
Join us to delve into upcoming trends and imminent issues in the world of food, as well as discover the industry’s change-makers and game changers. Stay ahead of the culinary curve and up your foodie cred.
Sneak a peek into your foodie future
Besides loads of food for thought, there will also be actual edibles (courtesy of some tasty partners) and a special preview of interesting innovations you can expect to see more of in the coming years.
Whether you’re a customer or restaurateur, foodie or are simply future-curious – it’s a rare opportunity to touch and taste food’s future!
Don’t miss out – buy your tickets here!
Group and student discounts are also available!
Get in touch with us to find out more details. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org