– Gain a consensus on the definition of “Food Tech” in the UK.
– Create a collaborative community of organisations involved in Food Tech.
– Explore the mechanisms for peer-to-peer based sharing of access to Food Tech goods and services.
– Collate the views of Advocates regarding pre- and post-Brexit challenges and opportunities
– Promote London as the most innovative Food Tech capital of the world.
PLANNED ACTIVITY FOR 2016
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Collating the views of those working within Food Tech of the impact that Brexit may have on the sector. We believe London is the most innovative food tech capital in the world, we want to ensure the sector’s interests are represented during the Brexit process.
We want to continue to grow a collaborative community of organisations involved in Food Tech and to promote the sharing of skills and knowledge between Tech sectors. From there we aim to highlight their contribution to technical innovation and the wider positive impact they have on communities, health and employment.
In 2017 we plan to:
– Find a physical space to house the TLA Food Tech Group, in collaboration with partners that are willing to showcase the future of food and food innovation.
– Significantly increase the number of TLA Food Tech Working Group members in order to enhance our range of expertise and reach.
– Host a working conference in London in 2017 for TLA Food Tech Group members to agree the definition of Food Tech in the UK
– To work with partners to deliver a Food Tech Awards event during London Tech Week.
NUMBER OF ADVOCATES IN GROUP
HEAD OF GROUP
Sue Nelson – Owner and Presenter, The FoodTalk Radio Show and CEO of Breakthrough Funding