Plant Based World Expo’s Industry Voices series – launching Tuesday 27 April – will allow professionals to connect with and learn from plant-based industry experts, such as Kerry Foods, Eat Just, Sodexo and more.
Industry Voices has been created with retailers, foodservice providers, plant-based brands, investors and industry members in mind to explore opportunities, trends and gain actionable insights into the plant-based food industry.
Each conversation will focus on a dedicated subject, allowing buyers and industry members to select topics that will help them get up to speed on the plant-based market. The sessions cover many areas from retail to foodservice, local to global markets, as well as investments and the supply chain.
Upcoming sessions include:
27 April – Plant-based market update with Julie Emmett, senior director of retail partnerships at Plant-Based Foods Association
4 May – Plant-based menu makeover with Alison Rabschnuk, director of business development plant protein at Kerry Foods
11 May – Keeping the momentum growing in retail with Ann Beaty, ecommerce business director at Kroger
18 May – Supplier diversity as a business opportunity with Michael Alexander, supplier diversity business lead at Target Procurement
Hosted by Benjamin Davis, VP of content at Plant Based World Expo, participants will be invited to ask questions to create a truly collaborative learning environment.
“At Plant Based World Expo, we pride ourselves on being the go-to source of information for buyers of plant-based products,” said Davis. “At our physical shows, we provide education, networking and business opportunities by helping industry members stay on top of key market trends.”
“The Industry Voices series will keep industry members up-to-date with this vastly growing market from the comfort of their own living room, ready for the return of our live, in-person events this autumn,” he added.
Each session in the Industry Voices series will be available as a recording after the live session to access via the Plant Based World website. Attendance is free but pre-registration is required and spaces are given on a first-come, first-served basis.
To read the full session overview and learn more about the speakers, click here.
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