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Global Table:

Feeding our future

8-9 September 2020

 

What is Global Table?

Global Table brings together the agrifood industry from Asia-Pacific and beyond to join the conversation on solving our biggest food challenges and creating tomorrow’s breakthroughs.

Join us to connect, collaborate and transform the food system and build a more sustainable future.

When: 8-9 September 2020

Where: Melbourne Convention Exhibition Centre, 1 Convention Centre Pl, South Wharf, Victoria

 

Who attends?

More than 3,000 attendees from Australia, New Zealand, Asia-Pacific, United States, Europe, and the Middle East. Close to half of attendees in 2019 were decision-makers drawn from senior management, boards and executive-level positions.

Industries represented at Global Table include food manufacturers and suppliers, government and public institutions, agtech and foodtech, buyers and investors, and more.

 

Partner

  • We seek to partner with like-minded businesses with a shared ambition to make a positive impact on our world and food systems.
  • Global Table provides a unique business to business platform to engage with industry leaders and drive forward solutions to your business objectives and challenges.

Exhibit

  • Showcase your product, concept or research in the Innovation Expo, Global Table’s exhibition zone presented in partnership with Seeds&Chips and Beanstalk.
  • Businesses of all sizes can apply, from startups to multinationals, SMEs to universities.

Latest news

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A new app from the founder of online restaurant reservations platform Dimmi promises to remove all the “friction points” that are associated with dining out. Could this innovation be a solution for both consumers and business in an industry that’s going through significant disruption?

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From investment banking to getting mobile banking into the hands of remote farmers, David Davies’ career shifted gears considerably when he launched a technology solution that would improve trade and trust among remote farming communities. He explains how AgUnity works and the effect it’s had on small-scale farming.

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Zero Mass Water founder Cody Friesen explains why sustainable farming communities require a well-serviced community as well as sustainable farms – and how we might achieve this in Australia.

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The United Nations Sustainable Development Goals are key to the future of food and anchor all of Global Table’s programming.