Fi Global CONNECT Unites Experts from across the Ingredients Industry

Between April 12-23, companies from all over the world will present their ingredients, technologies, and services at the virtual event Fi Global CONNECT, “Regions in the Spotlight”. This event will be followed by two more themed ones in June and September, focused on healthy ingredients and plant-based ingredients.

FMCG Gurus will provide market insights on various regions, while other expert speakers from organizations such as Rabobank, EAS Strategies, and The Good Food Institute India will share information on the different markets and their regulatory landscapes.

Due to intuitive chat and video meeting functions, exhibitors and attendees can make the most of extensive networking opportunities, with up to 10,000 attendees from across the F&B industry expected to attend “Regions in the Spotlight”.

Fi Global Brand Manager, Sinem Zeybek, said: “The food industry is thoroughly globalized, not only in supply chains and raw material sourcing but also when it comes to the exchange of ideas when meeting face-to-face. But sadly, the year 2020 put a stop to networking in person. That is why I’m even more pleased that we have launched Fi Global CONNECT, a series of events where such vital and international exchanges can succeed virtually. Our experienced teams from all over the world will ensure that exhibitors and participants alike can benefit from this opportunity in the best possible way.”

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