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For the past few months, SAP Retail has been leading the conversation on how the changing tides in digital innovation are impacting the way food will be produced and consumed in the future. The Future of Food is certainly upon us, and there’s much to learn about how we all can play a role in it, from farmers to grocery retailers to consumers.

We invite you to join us on February 1st, 2017 for SAP’s third Future of Food Virtual Forum as we continue the conversation about the new roles technology will play in food, from the future of health to the future of the workforce.  This is an opportunity to join your peers and respected experts to learn, share, and discuss the future of food through two interactive sessions:

Health:Food – How Food Tech is Changing the Future of Health

No other industry has the potential to directly impact the wellbeing of the global population as much as the food and grocery industry. Innovative technologies are affecting the food and grocery industry more than almost any other, from the rise of wearable fitness tech and DNA-based nutritional profiling, to nutraceuticals and the use of nanotechnology to increase nutrients in food. Good health is good for business. After all, everyone has to eat.  Moderated by Dr. Clemens Suter-Crazzolara, Chief Product Expert, SAP Connected Health

Meet the Future of Food Workforce

The increasing pressure for transparency about the food chain is filtering down to the workforce level. Consumers now expect retail employees to be better informed about products, and they know that retailers and all businesses in the food value chain are being challenged like never before to re-think their workforces. How will the future of food impact the future of the workplace? Only time will tell. Moderated by Rob Glickman, VP, SAP Global Audience and Strategic Partner Marketing

Register today! Don’t miss your chance to join us for our final event in the Future of Food Virtual Forum series.

 

 

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