Food Matters Live is a global community event connecting people working in food, drink and nutrition; it provides a platform to share game-changing ideas, innovations and insights.

Forecasting the emerging trends and technologies shaping the industry

Date: 20th November
Time: 10:15
Speaker: Iain Smith

Iain Smith is talking part in the seminar: Horizon scanning: exploring how technology and innovation are revolutionising the future of the food and drink experience.

From technology’s role in delivering nutrition to experiential innovation, this session explores the latest technologies shaping the future of the industry.

Iain Smith, Principal Engineer: Iain has 9 years of experience in the field of user centred design & research, systematic innovation process, mechanical engineering design and user requirements capture/elicitation.

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