See the full 2020 Food Tech Matters Programme
Food Tech Matters has been designed to connect corporates and investors with game-changing start-ups in the agri-foodtech space. Alongside the bespoke 1-2-1 meetings and networking programme, this year’s carefully curated agenda gives attendees the chance to stay one step ahead, exploring the latest insights and developments through interactive webcasts, live panel debates and speed pitching roundtables.
By taking Food Tech Matters virtual in 2020, we can create a more inclusive event, removing the traditional barriers to start-up engagement such as funding for travel and accommodation and delivering to a wider international audience at a time when global travel is restricted.
The world as we know it is changing rapidly and while change can mean uncertainty, it can also spark new hope, new thinking and unexpected opportunities. We look forward to working with a community who will embrace this change and to playing our part in creating a virtual space that supports fresh insights, knowledge sharing, connection and collaboration as we work together to secure the future of food.
Emmanuel Delerm, Director of Blockchain Projects, Carrefour (France)
- Elsa Bernadotte, Founder, Karma (Sweden)
- Mark Durno, Managing Partner AgriFood, Rockstart (The Netherlands)
- Stefan Fürnsinn, Senior Vice President Digital Farming, Yara International (Norway)
- Gil Horsky, Director of Innovation SnackFutures, Mondelez International (Israel)
- Florence Jeantet, Senior Vice President, Danone 2025 Food and Health Mission, Danone (The Netherlands)
- Claudia Rössler, Director of Agriculture, Azure Global Engineering Group, Microsoft (US)
- Scott Spradley, Executive Vice President and Chief Technology Officer, Tyson Foods (US)
- Serpil Tascioglu, Director R&D Foods Transformation, Unilever (The Netherlands)
- David Wagstaff, Executive Director – Europe, JUST (UK)