Calling all innovators and Trailblazers!
Since its launch in 2013 more than 810 business leaders from 30 countries have attended Food Vision, the leadership forum for the nutrition industry. Do you have what it takes to join them and are you ready to take center stage?
This is your opportunity:
Tell us how you’re tackling some of the industry’s greatest challenges and are meeting the demands of a rising generation of progressive consumers. The most exciting businesses, will be invited to present their innovation to our audience. Submit your entry for a chance to take center stage at Food Vision Asia and to put your business in the spotlight!
The selected Trailblazer(s) will be invited to participate in the Food Vision Asia programme. Get your business on the agenda and into the news! The Trailblazer(s) will also receive a free place (including accommodation) and access to the full programme.
In addition the next five shortlisted will receive a 50% discount on their place*.
- A place on the Food Vision Asia programme
- Access to the full programme including all presentations and networking sessions
- 2 nights accommodation (25 & 26 April)
- Coverage in FoodNavigator-Asia / NutraIngredients-Asia
- Inclusion in Food Vision Asia 2017 video
- 50% discount on registration for colleagues
To qualify your organization must have been incorporated in the last 3 years.
Your entry must include:
- 500 word profile/overview of your innovative product or approach
- 200 word opinion on a key industry challenge
- links to website and relevant further information
The deadline for submitting your entry is 31st March 2017.
All submissions will be evaluated by Food Vision and the editorial teams of FoodNavigator-Asia and NutraIngredients-Asia. All Trailblazers and shortlisted will be notified by phone before 14th April 2017. Terms and conditions
Find out more about the Food Vision USA 2016 Trailblazers!
Watch the Food Vision & Unilever Foundry 2016 Trailblazer interview here:
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