Dubai – Challenges concerning local sustenance security, guaranteeing reasonable nourishment supplies, the fate of the halal nourishment industry, the part of Free Zones in encouraging nourishment producing development and different bleeding edge developments identifying with nourishment preparing, bundling and hardware best practices will be examined by a high-gauge framework of powerful nourishment and refreshment industry pros at one week from now’s Food & Beverage Industrial Investment Summit.
A center peculiarity of the inaugural Gulfood Manufacturing – the area’s just committed F&b transforming presentation which is running November 9-11 at Dubai World Trade Center ( DWTC ) – the Summit is a key venture occasion uniting abroad financial specialists and multinational organizations investigating monetary, market and assembling open doors in the show’s catchment foot shaped impression of the Middle East, Africa and South Asia (MEASA).
Conveyed in excess of two days, the Summit will include quick keynote presentations, multi-speaker discourses and detailed analyses to furnish actively present people with a superior understanding of the monetary, lawful, logistics, icy chain and engineering advantages of placing or growing existing operations in the district.
“The quick development in the locale’s sustenance preparing industry reflects a business where nourishment request far exceeds supply. The issues driving the increment in territorial sustenance creation – fast populace development, nourishment security concerns, financial expansion and blasting foodservice and accommodation areas – are not going without end,” said Trixie Lohmirmand, Senior Vice President, Exhibitions & Events Management, DWTC , the occasion coordinator.
“With a radiant speaker line-up of worldwide masters, provincial powers and makers with worldwide bits of knowledge, the Food & Beverage Industrial Investment Summit is a custom-made stage for nourishment fabricating organizations of all shapes and sizes to take advantage of a profound well of assets and find venture systems that will further create their generation capacities and local working information.”
The Summit’s first day (Monday 9 November) will offer seven sessions from 11am to 4.30pm connected to the essential subject: ‘Financial and Investment Outlook for the Food Manufacturing Industry’. Taking after introductory statements conveyed by arbitrator, Ashraf Mahate, Head of Export Market Intelligence, Dubai Exports , the Summit’s first keynote location will see Saed Al Awadi, CEO, Dubai Exports , concentrate on arrangements provincial governments can receive to secure practical sustenance supplies by expanding local generation and decreasing the dependence on imports.
Nourishment security will stay top of the Summit plan when a five-man keynote board talks about routines to drive stakeholder arrangement, the drive to enhance manageable outsourced agribusiness and intrinsic difficulties identifying with sustenance imports and value unpredictability. The board will embody Dr. Saad A. Khalil Essa, Director, King Abdullah Initiative for Agricultural Investment Abroad, Ministry of Agriculture – Kingdom of Saudi Arabia; Cyrille Fabre, Partner, Bain & Co.; Vishal Tikku, Vice President and Area Director Middle East, Mondelez International; Amar Zahid, President, Greater Middle East & Africa, Tetra Pak , and Rushdi Siddiqui, CEO, Zilzar.
Other the very first moment sessions incorporate ‘Changing Halal Agro Food into an Asset Class’ with Zilzar’s Siddiqui; ‘Home Grown Concepts Transforming the F&b Business in the UAE’ with Salem Khalifa Bin Dasmal, Founder, Silver Spoon Investments; ‘Franchising for Success – Take Your Business International’ with Fadi Malas, Board Member, Just Falafel; a ‘Development Case Study’ with Talzoon Khowakiwala, Founder & CEO, Switz Group; a keynote presentation by Rayan Qutub, CEO – Industrial Valley, King Abdullah Economic City; and a ‘Key View on the GCC Food & Beverage Industry’ with Chaitanya GRK, Consultant, Frost & Sullivan.
The Summit’s second day will offer a further seven sessions from 11am to 3.30pm interfaced to the subject of ‘Operation and Best Practices in Food Manufacturing’, including a keynote government discourse by Fahad Al Gergawi, CEO, Dubai Investment Development Agency (FDI) – the remote venture and advancement org of the Department of Economic Development (DED).
Taking after a keynote presentation on ‘Fueling Innovation in Food Processing and Packaging’ by Dennis Jönsson, President and CEO, Tetra Pak , a four-in number board will open deliberation ‘Best Practices in Food Manufacturing and Packaging’. The board will include Jönsson; Dharnesh Gordhon, Managing Director and CEO, Nestle Nigeria; Monther Al Harthi, CEO, Al Rabie; and Johann Vorster, CEO, Clover.
Other day sessions incorporate ‘Free Zones as the Driving Force in the Middle East’s Manufacturing Future’ with Adil Al Zarooni, Senior Vice President, Global Sales, Economic Zones World, Jafza; a detailed analysis on ‘Development as an Enabler of Successful Halal Product Development ” introduced by Jalel Aossey, CEO, Midamar Corporation; a second research endeavor on ‘Creating Food Factories: Food Processing Engineering and Planning Best Practices’ exhibited by Werner Muller, Head of Business Development, UFT Germany; before an end round-table examination concentrating on spearheading territorial producers.
As the Middle East’s biggest ever exchange show debut, Gulfood Manufacturing will emphasize more 1,100 worldwide sustenance producers, suppliers and administration suppliers, including a world-class line-up of universal brands including IFFCO, Cargill Europe BVBA, Markel Bakery Group, Multivac, TNA Packing Solutions, Ishida Europe Ltd., Döhler Middle East and CSM Deutschland Gmbh. The business heavyweights will take an interest in themed segments in more than 24 national structures including Egypt, Turkey, Jordan, Lebanon, Iran, Switzerland, Taiwan, China, Thailand, India, Italy, Austria, France, the USA, the UK and Germany – additionally the show’s Official Country Partner.