2 Days. 9 Sessions. +20 Speakers and 14 world leading supplier

How will the world of food be after Covid-19? What is the impact on consumer behavior and demand and how is all of this effecting global sourcing and supply? On th 12th and 13th of May 2020 our speakers talked about fascinating topics and answered important questions about the food industry, the environment and digitalization.

  • +4.000 Booked Slots
  • +640 Participants
  • +443 Companies
  • +20 Inspiring speakers from global players
  • +9 challenging and substantial topics
  • +15 world leading suppliers
  • +30 1:1 costumer meetings

Day 1 - May, 12th

9.00 – 9.30 am | #Keynote

How will the world of food be after Covid-19? Key-impacts and perspectives for a new time.

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11.00 am | #Consumer

Affected by Corona-lockdown consumer start to change their habits significantly. What will be only short-term, what will last Back to basic: Is this the beginning of a new simplicity?

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12.00 pm | #Power Yoga

Mental and physical health go hand in hand. So let’s take a break and do some Power Yoga exercises together online.

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1.30 pm | #Global Sourcing & Supply

Secure Supply is the key. Therefore, retail and producers will rebalance their supply-chain significantly in order to spread their risks, select and control their partners more thoroughly. How to handle higher complexity efficiently?

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3.00 pm | #Food Safety

5.00 pm | #Brand Trust

Well established brands will use the chance to gain top-of-minds relevance back if they are able to explain their relevance in a new, sustainable food world. Where to focus?

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6.00 pm | Lessons learned – Day 1

What have we learened today? What are the key takeaways of day 1?

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Day 1 - May, 12th

9.00 am | #eFood

The new normal: The forced acceleration of buying food online will result in changed habits and sustained channel shifts. Who are the winners and how do they succeed sustainably?

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11.00 am | #FoodInnovation

New Collaboration: Cross-functional cooperations between players in different categories, start-ups and corporates will strongly increase if old food opens itself to the new food-ecosystem. How to organize this connection perfectly?

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12.00 pm | #PowerYoga

Mental and physical health go hand in hand. So let’s take a break and do some Power Yoga exercises together online.

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1.30 pm | #HealthyFood

3.00 pm | #Sustainability

A NEW GLOBALISM RISES UP: Covid-19 makes us painfully aware of our global interconnection. Post-Corona will bring up a new globalism with a true demand for a holistic sustainable approach of food producers and retailers. How can we cover this in a transparent and efficient way?

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4.00 pm Lessons learned – Day 2

Key takeaways of the two days based on the initial thesis

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