Strike Two Summit - Chain Management
The food transition needs chain-broad governance. How to align consumers and farmers and everything in between? The closing event of the summit brings the insights from consumers and farmers together to address chain-wide issues. We’ll draw innovation roadmaps and seek commitment from the organizations that are responsible, and accountable, for the future of our food.
This is exactly why all of these players in the food sector teamed up, to organise the Strike Two Summit in Amsterdam on 23 and 24 January 2020. Here’s the list of partners: Ahold Delhaize, Deloitte, IBM, Unilever, CGIAR, CTA, FAO, ScanTrust, Municipality of Amsterdam, Amsterdam Economic Board, NAJK, BlueNumber, Tykn, RVO.
In order to help food professionals understand technology, the Strike Two Summit showcases existing technological solutions. It brings together industry leaders, start-ups, investors, governments, research facilities and civil society together in one place. This Summit is not about building new technologies, it’s about using existing technologies to create new solutions in our food systems. Being in a workshop type environment, instead of a ‘sit back and listen’ type, you will be gaining a clearer understanding about what technology can and cannot do for you and your company.
What can you expect from the Summit? Take a look at this video.
The goal is to help you gain a clearer understanding of wether or not these new technologies can be beneficial to you. And, if so, what are the next steps you need to take to benefit from these new solutions.
The Summit is a series of events that will happen throughout the year, but the third one is labeled “Chain Management".