The Future of Protein Production Announces Preliminary Speaker Line-up for 2022 Virtual Summit
December 10, 2021 - 2 min read
LONDON (December 9, 2021) – The Organisers of the Future of Protein Production Summit have announced the preliminary speaker line-up for their upcoming conference, scheduled for March 8-10, 2022.
Touted as ‘The World's Largest Alternative Protein Production Technology Conference’, The Future of Protein Production Summit is a calendar event targeting companies involved in making the global food system more sustainable. Over 1000 attendees are expected to converge online for the three-day virtual conference, which will showcase the latest research and trends to help develop sustainable production technologies and exploration of highly sustainable processes and solutions to help make the global food system more sustainable, kind, and fair for the planet, people, and animals.
Fifty of some of the industry’s biggest names have been listed in the preliminary speaker line up. The speakers include:
Tim Finnigan, Chief Scientific Advisor - Quorn Foods
Bianca Le, Director - Cellular Agriculture Australia
Floor Buitelaar, Founding Partner - Bright Green Partners
Juhang Jimmy Sohn, Business Mentor - Big Idea Ventures
Paul Shapiro, CEO - Better Meat Co
Stephanie Jaczniakowska, International Head of Food Industry and Retail - ProVeg
Some of the topics to be discussed will include Plant-based Protein, Alternative Dairy, Microbial Fermentation-derived Protein, Cellular Agriculture, Production Costs, Consumer Trends, Marketing Strategy and more.
Community Manager at The Future of Protein Production, Emma Martin, said: “It is wonderful to have such notable experts on board. We will announce the full programme as we draw closer to the conference date.”
Tickets for the virtual conference are currently on sale with Super-Early Bird Pass priced at $375. Conference participants will have access 24 hours of content on demand and opportunities to network and promote their businesses. For the complete list of preliminary speakers, or to purchase tickets for the virtual conference, visit: https://www.futureofproteinproduction.com.