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09:10- 09:30 | Keynote: The Art and Science of Data
Speaker:Siddharth Pathak, Partner and Asia-Pacific Head of Consumer Industries at Kearney
Abstract:Business today are flooded with data. There are also exist thousands of providers offering data analytics capabilities. However, very few CXOs are able to use the power of data for tangible improvement in performance. So where do we go wrong? Is the solution an art or science or both?
09:30- 09:55 | Keynote: Agflatiion: How to Keep Low in the New High
Speaker:JY Chow, Agrifood & Retail Sector Coverage Lead, Asia & Oceania at Mizuho Bank
Abstract:-Magnitude of agri commodity inflation
-Crescendo of uncertainties
-Commodity Risks Mitigation Solutions
-Opportunity for Disruptions to Thrive
09:55- 10:15 | Keynote: Aligning Performance with Purpose
Speaker:Jules Norton Selzer, Corporate Relations Director at Diageo Moët Hennessy Thailand
Abstract:-Why reputation and purpose matters more than ever - changing customer, stakeholder and investor expectations
-Purpose done well – and badly
-Practical advice for businesses on how to adapt
10:40- 11:00 | Keynote: A Record-breaking Year for Agrifoodtech Investment Worldwide
Speaker:Jack Ellis, Media & Research Lead at AgFunder Deputy Editor at AFN
Abstract:Agrifoodtech startups secured a record-breaking $52 billion in funding during 2021 - almost double the total raised the previous year. In this session, Jack will share insights from the latest edition of AgFunder's highly anticipated annual Agrifoodtech Investment Report and explore:
- Why VCs and other investors are putting more and more money into agtech and foodtech- Which sectors are attracting the most investment- How agtech and foodtech can contribute towards a climate-resilient future
11:25- 11:50 | Keynote: Indoor Farming in South East Asia - Landscape and Opportunities
Speaker:Shawn Ng, Co-Founder- Future Farms
1. Indoor Farming and What the Technology Entails2. Technological Maturity, Limitations and Possibilities3. Best Use Cases for the Technology4. The Malaysian Market and It's Needs5. Indoor Farming in SEA - Utility & Growth
14:00- 14:30 | Keynote: What's Eating Your Margins? How to Eliminate Hidden Costs that Are Shrinking Your Profits?
Speaker:Sridharan Arumugam, Vice President at SYSPRO AsiaJakes Mantle, Sales Excellence Executive at SYSPRO Corporate
Abstract:With rising inventory costs, supply chain bottlenecks, and food safety regulations, sustaining profitable growth has never been more critical to your manufacturing and distribution business.
14:30- 15:10 | Panel: How Does the Best Supply Chain Look Like in Food & Drink Industry 2022?
Moderator:Sarot Kunnawoottiphorn, Asia Supply Chain Development Lead at Mars
Panelists:Yemima Aprilia, VP Supply Chain at WahyooDamrong Darasakd, Operation Director, Food Project SiamMarietta Feliciano, Manufacturing Director at Friesland Campina
Abstract:Food & drink market demand has changed very quickly. In 2022, most food & drinks company are navigating to be successful in 2 sides 1) traditional, pre-pandemic demand 2) new normal, post-pandemic demand. It is interesting to bring out diverse supply chain perspective from upstream (food & drinks ingredients supplier) to downstream (finished goods - closer to consumers). Discuss about the key discussion points below:1. What is the current supply chain challenges? What is the changes you face in 2022 supply chain & future trends?2. How do you navigate to improve your supply chain capability?3. What is the best in class supply chain look like in your business?4. What will be your key priorities, investments, focus to deliver by 2022- 2023?
15:10- 15:35 | Topic: Journey to Net Zero
Speaker:Indranil Sen, Director - Global Operations at Accenture
Abstract:Discussion Points:1. What is "Net Zero" or Carbon neutrality?2. What are the steps in the journey to net zero?3. What are circular supply chains?4. How does one go about performance management in sustainability?5. A few case studies to illustrate the journey
15:35- 16:05 | Keynote: Packaging Trends, Sustainable Labels, and Digital Solutions forFood and Beverage Market
Speakers:Kejin Zhang, Segment Manager, ASEAN at Avery DennisonKelvin Tan, Senior Business Development Manager, RFID at Avery Dennison
Abstract:The food and beverage landscape in the labeling and packaging industry in ASEAN has significantly evolved in the last decade or so. The need of consumers which includes safe consumption, convenience, sustainable packaging, personalization and many more, has pushed industries forward to be more innovative, offering the best possible packaging solution to the market. Avery Dennison, is a global materials science company that specializes in the design and manufacture of a wide variety of labeling and functional materials. Today, they will highlight some of the key trends in Food and Beverage and bring forward various pressure-sensitive labeling solutions from sustainable packaging to various innovative solutions supporting the functional needs to create product digitization and authentication throughout its supply chain.
09:50- 10:20 | Keynote: It's Got to be Functional to be a Beverage ?
Speaker:Simon Hague, Director, Tea, Coffee, Cocoa & Functional Beverage at Kerry Group
Abstract:As consumers are becoming more demanding in their wants and needs the products of yesterday need to be re-framed, re-developed and re-invigorated for the consumers of tomorrow and making them functional is one way to meet the new demands of your target market
10:20- 10:50 | Keynote: Innovating with Purpose and Pace
Speaker:Krishna Mohan Suri, Chief R&D Officer at Universal Robina Corporation
Abstract:Stronger coupling of Innovation with Organisation's Purpose can be a more liberating experience - driving high quality of ideation, willingness to experiment, and ability to fail-fast to win-faster! Consumer centricity in everything we do, is helping speed up product designs and pivoting when needed. This talk covers two case studies where the cross functional Innovation teams made deliberate choices for Purpose and Pace - to drive overall growth for the brand.
10:50- 11:15 | Keynote: The Halal Opportunity in the World
Speaker: Ronnie Faizal Tan, General Manager at REZK connects
Abstract:1. What is the World Demand?2. How big is the Halal Market?3. What are the Challenges in Supply?4. Certification requirement?
11:15- 12:00 | Panel: Market Updates on Alternative Protein
Moderator:Darren Leong, Associate at Vis Vires New Protein
Panelist: Gautam Godhwani, Managing Partner at Good Startup Kelvin Ng, Senior Adviser at Green Bridge PartnersAaron Chua, CEO at FisherooChristopher McCallum, Chief Operating and Finance Officer at Fable Food
12:00- 12:25 | Keynote: Use of AI in F&B Research and Innovation
Speaker: Dr. Saurabh Katiyar, Deputy Director - Research and Development at CP Group
Abstract:A Brief introduction on in on new developments on use of Artificial Intelligence and Advance Technologies at the interphase of food science and engineering and food chemistry and biochemistry, food microbiology, material science, nutrition , Food characterization, Food Biotechnology, Food Process Design and Engineering etc.
12:25- 12:45 | Keynote: Annual Investment Trends in Agrifoodtech
Speaker: John Friedman, Executive Director at AgFunder Asia & GROW Accelerator
Abstract:Venture capital investment into the global Agtech and Foodtech sectors hit a record $51.7 billion in 2021, an increase of 85% from the year earlier. In this presentation, John Friedman - Executive Director of AgFunder Asia and GROW Accelerator - will present key takeaways from AgFunder's annual investment report, providing insight into areas of interest and investment trends across the sector.
14:30- 15:00 | Keynote: Rising through the Challenges in Food Safety at the time of Pandemic
Ferdinand Padilla, Technical Services & Food Safety Manager at Universal Robina Corporation
Abstract:Discussion on the major challenges to food safety in food and beverage manufacturing, and the key strategies to emerge in the new normal.
15:00- 15:20 | Keynote: The Importance of Ingredient Claims in Asia 2022
Speakers:Will Cowling, Marketing Manager at FMCG Gurus
Abstract:Ingredient-led claims have become increasingly influential on consumer purchasing habits over the past couple of years. This is due to consumers becoming more proactive as they actively look to adopt a holistic health approach to wellness. Consumers are also becoming more educated about new ingredients and the benefits they may possess, leading to an increased demand for new ingredient innovations. This presentation will explore the ingredients and claims which are important to consumers across a number of different food and beverage categories.
15:20- 15:45 | Keynote: How Authenticity Can Add Value to Your Brand?
Speaker:Mark Bain, Creative Director at Pizza 4P's
Abstract:Mark will discuss 2 special projects launched in 2020 and 2021 which went beyond product promotion and awareness, but instead focused on communicating our deeper mission and vision.
15:45- 16:30 | Panel: Marketing amidst Digital Transformation Age: how to maintain value to your customers?
Moderator:Parth Patel, Experienced Sales & Marketing Leader at Ex- J&J, DuPont, Kerry
Panelist:Mukesh Patnaik, General Manager Marketing - B2C Foods at Olam Lluis Ferre Nadal, Head of International Business at Boonrawd BreweryRaushida Vasaiwala, General Manager, APAC at Celtra
09:25- 09:50 | Keynote: Connected Action for Future Food Solution: A closer look into nutrition-sensitive and sustainable local farming
Speaker:Imelda Angeles - Agdeppa, Director IV and Scientist II at Food and Nutrition Research Institute
Abstract:Globalization has changed our ways of producing food. Considering the rise of the world population to an estimated 10 billion people by 2050, we need to produce more using fewer resources to meet society’s food supply needs in the present without compromising the needs of future generations.
This will require restructuring of the Food System. From industry-driven food production, there is considerable attention on promoting locally grown food. Shall we revert to local farms for food? Is local foods key to feeding the future?
This presentation will attempt to unfold the meaning of sustainability of the food system at the local level and its impact on livelihood and interaction among community members, as well as the recognition of how local food production, by becoming nutrition-sensitive, can become a pathway to improved health and nutrition outcomes for the benefit of the people of all ages at present and in the next generations to come.
10:15- 10:40 | Keynote: Key Market Trends in Indonesia
Speaker: Fellicia Kristianti, Insights & Innovation Analyst at Innova Market Insights
Abstract:Trends are emerging and evolving, driving continues innovation in food and beverages industries. Many factors like pandemic can somehow impact how, what, where and why consumers eat and drink. In this session, we are going to focus on key trends that shapes current Indonesian market.
10:40- 11:20 | Panel: The Rise of Local Farming / Farming 2.0 - Feeding The Hungry with a Sustainable Approach
Moderator: Tassa Agustriana, Founder at Thrive Food Consulting
Panelists: Ramadani Prasetya, Chief Operating Officer at Island OrganicsFitrian Ardiansyah, Global Envoy for Nature-based Solutions and Country Director for Indonesia and Malaysia at IDH The Sustainable Trade InitiativeInsan Syafaat, Executive Director at Partnership for Indonesia's Sustainable Agriculture (PISAgro)
Abstract:With the increasing demand for more wholesome organic food, the rise of local/small-scale farming that adopts sustainability farming practices in Indonesia also has raised. The past 24 months of the Pandemic that has been giving a significant impact on the logistic and supply chain system in the food industry caused limitation in access or supply of various food commodities, especially fresh produce. People that lost their jobs and main income moved back to their home village in purpose to save living expenses, in addition, they start to grow their own food to provide for the whole family yet then grown to also covered ...
Keypoints :- local farming - the background factor, why? is it a business opportunity? increasing demand? individual awareness? - challenges in farming practice? supply challenges and dive into the market that is ""not yet"" ready with the price gap (in comparison with fresh produce came from conventional farming practice) - opportunity due to Pandemic? exploring sales and market opportunity via e-commerce?- How about practice on sustainable livestock and poultry and fisheries? The market size and the opportunity in the future?"
11:40- 12:00 | Keynote: A Look At Food Regulations In Vietnam
Speaker:Hien Thi Thu Vu, Head of Regulatory Affairs and Manager of Legal Division of Patent Department- Tilleke & Gibbins
Discussion Points:- Food declaration requirements;- Food labelling requirements;- Requirements for foods with new ingredients.