Food & Drink Trends & Innovations Conference 2018

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+44 (0)20 3479 2299

Exploit Emerging Health, Ingredient & International Trends To Boost Sales With Cutting-Edge, Consumer-Focused NPD, Packaging, Social Media, Shopper Marketing & Communications Strategies.
A One-Day, Brand-Led Conference & Networking Event, 17th May 2018, Bounce Farringdon, London.

  1. Monetise Emerging Trends & 2018 Must-Use Ingredients For Lucrative Product & Sales Innovations: Translating the latest consumer trends and market insights into game-changing food and drink strategies
  2. Capitalising On Long-Lasting Health Trends, Claims & Preferences: Align products with consumer demand to determine the hottest health ingredients, labelling and offerings which will resonate and succeed
  3. International Influences & New Market Opportunities: Leverage worldwide inspiration for exciting, innovative products which thrive during Brexit and a changing UK market
  4. Consumer-Focused, Stand-Out NPD: Maximise sales with fast-paced NPD which keeps up with ever-changing consumer demands
  5. Shopper Marketing Success Online & In-Store! Translate customer shopping habits and product preferences into targeted online messaging and powerful in-store campaigns
  6. Harness Retailer Insights For Commercial Success: Insight into retailers’ needs, expectations and advice for mutually profitable products and campaigns
  7. Sustainable, High-Impact Packaging Innovations: Draw consumer attention with eye-catching, low-cost and recyclable packaging
  8. Capitalise On The Convenience Boom! Uncover the latest innovations in snacking, impulse and food-to-go to optimise convenience and drive sales

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