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Australia Fare & Singapore 30 by 30 Business Panel Discussion
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 Export to Your Calendar 30/08/2019
When: Fri 30 Aug 2019
1:00PM until 9:00PM
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25 Napier Road Australian High Commission Building
258507
Singapore
Contact: 6738 7917


Online registration is available until: 23/08/2019
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Singapore 30 by 30 - the opportunities for Australian business Panel Discussion (1.00 - 5.00pm)

This year we are holding a half-day workshop before the event, looking at the opportunities for Australian business in agritech and aquaculture and the Singapore strategy for producing 30% of its food by 2030.

Worldwide, food security is emerging as a serious risk and with over 90% of its food supplies imported, Singapore is exposed to the volatilities of the global food market. Climate change, population growth, sudden disruptions to transport routes and exports bans all pose a threat to Singapore’s food security. To address these threats, Singapore Food Agency (SFA) has set a target of producing 30 per cent of Singapore nutritional needs by 2030. Known as the ’30 by 30’ vision, it will require the agri-food and aquaculture industries to look at new solutions to raise productivity, apply R&D and overcome resource constraints. An ambitious target, what opportunities will ’30 by 30’ provide to Australian businesses to work together with Singapore to achieve this goal?

 

Panel Discussion #1: 

Singapore ‘30 by 30’: How do we get there?

 Moderator 
 Mr Rob Hulme, Co-founder and Head of Asia Beanstalk Agtech
Panellists
  • Professor Paul P.S. Teng, Managing Director & Dean, National Institute of Education International (NIEI)
  • Mr Peter Barber, Co-owner & CEO, ComCrop
  • Ms Jamila Gordon, CEO & Founder, Lumachain
  • Mr Christian Cadeo, Managing Partner Asia, Big Idea Ventures

 

 

 

Panel Discussion #2:

Challenges and opportunities in Aquaculture: The world’s fastest growing food production sector

 Moderator
 TBC
 Panellists
  • Mr Alistair Douglas, Founder, Partner at Eachmile Technologies
  • Associate Professor Katheline Hua, James Cook University
  • Mr Gerard Chia, Partner (Investments and Head of Business Development), VisVires New Protein (VVNP)

 

 

Panel Discussion #3:

Looking to the future: Alternative Proteins and Indigenous Foods

 Moderator 
 TBC
Panellists
  • Nick Hazell, CEO, v2food
  • Dr Christine Pitt, Executive Director, GROW Accelerator, Singapore
  • Rob Hulme, Cofounder and Head of Asia Beanstalk Agtech
  • TBC

 

Australia Fare (6.00 - 9.00pm) 

Australia Fare is a celebration of the best of Australian food, wine, fashion, tourism and retail. Australia Fare will give you the opportunity to explore and speak to the people behind the high quality businesses that Australia is so well known for, plus receive exclusive special offers only available at the event. 

 

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Price*

Pre-Workshop + Australia Fare:

$70 AustCham member/spouse

$90 Guest

Australia Fare Only:

$50 AustCham member/spouse

$75 Guest

5 for $250 Guest Corporate Promotion

*All prices inclusive of GST

*Tickets for attending the Pre-Workshop Only are not available 

Payment Terms
No-shows will be billed.
Registration will be considered confirmed at the time of booking.
Payments must be received prior to the event and can be made by cheque or online credit card facility on our website.
No cash will be accepted on the day of the event.


Cancellation Notice
No refund for cancellation after 5pm on Friday, 23 August 2019.

Confidentiality Notice
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