Presented by The Bold Italic & General Assembly
San Francisco is variously described as a foodie city and a techie stronghold. Is it any surprise then that there are a slew of new companies and businesses that are focusing on how technology can impact on food production, distribution and consumption?
Join us on April 28 when we explore the pervasive questions around this issue with some of the founders and thinkers who are shaping the future of food and eating. How do we solve the issue of food shortages? Should we be focusing on science or logistics when we think about feeding communities? How does big data affect our understanding of where resources should be directed? What does 'sustainable' actually mean in relation to the food industry?
As always, we welcome your thoughts too: you can submit your questions when you purchase a ticket for the event.
Our friends from Modern Farmer are donating copies of their awesome magazine to all event attendees: get your copy when you arrive!
Interested in food-sharing and a different kind of dinner party? Stop by SupperShare’s table for some tasty treats and learn how to expand your community and give back, one shared meal at a time.
This panel includes:
Krysia Zajonc, CEO and Co-Founder, Local Food Lab
Alon Salant, CTO and Co-Founder, Good Eggs
Caleb Zigas, Executive Director, La Cocina
Kristen Hawley, Writer, Chefs+Tech
Moderated by Lawrence Williams, Chairman and CEO, United States Healthful Food Council
6:00 p.m. (doors open) -- Networking reception with a complimentary drink, courtesy of Huge
7:00 p.m. -- Moderated presentations and discussion
Please note that this event is taking place in the event space at Galvanize, a startup focused on coalescing communities of early stage technology companies.