Food Innopolis International Symposium (FIIS)

Getting updated with global innovation and trends in food while expanding your international network November 12-13, 2019 • The Athenee Hotel

For: Executives of food and food-related organizations from the private public and academic sectors, R&D or innovation directors of food companies, researchers, and food start-up executives

This is “the regional annual conference on Food and Innovation Trends” with global networking opportunity connecting ASEAN, APAC, Europe and US Food Cluster. Over 30 speakers from around the world will share their insights at this event. You will be able to update yourself with two tracks of food knowledge and movements: Track I on technology & innovation, and Track II on sustainability.

The former features topics such as advanced food processing technology, bridging the industry, academia and start-ups, food foresight, the global food mission, the crossing path of health, food, and medicine, and last but not least, what could be the future protein for us.

The latter discusses sustainability, entailing caring for the world-the sustainable path, the function, nutritious and delicious combinations, the circular economy of food, and lastly, the food tech accelerator worldwide.

Speakers include Mr. Eran Gronich, CEO, Flying Sparks-Israel; Dr. Roger van Hoesel, MD, Food Valley-the Netherlands; Ms. Lone Ryg Olsen, CEO, Danish Food Cluster; Mr. Marc Buckley, Official UNSDG Advocate, UN Resilient Futurist and Founder of ALOHAS Resilience Foundation-Germany; Assoc. Prof. Dr. Christina O. Lengyel, Director of the Dietetics Program, Department of Food and  Human Nutritional Sciences, University of Manitoba, Canada; and Asst. Prof. Dr. Akkharawit Kanjana-Opas, Vice President, National Science and Technology Development Agency-Thailand.

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For Booking: please contact Khun Jatuporn, Tel 02-319-7677 ext. 122 Email: jatuporn(@)

Programme and Agenda: here

Registration Form: here

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