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The inaugural Global Table saw an open exchange of information and ideas. Let’s continue the conversation.

David Gudgin, Director of Market research firm Euromonitor International provided an informed and practical insight into the top five global consumer trends that are expected to continue to shape the global health and wellness industry. Download the presentation here


Our keynote speaker for Day 2, Howard-Yana Shapiro spoke on solving problems with “unprecedented, uncommon collaborations“. The Foldit aflatoxin challenge is just the latest facet of this. Get on board and help solve puzzles for science 


3037 delegates, 238 speakers, including 48 international speakers and 30 Teenovators. This is Global Table 2019 at a glancedownload the pdf here


Alternative proteins took centre stage on day two with the launch of world-first research into the leading food trend by Deloitte Access Economics. The research commissioned by Food Frontier found alternative protein products could add $3 billion to Australia’s economy and generate up to 6,000 jobs by 2030. Download the report here


ReThink Sustainability has drawn on the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals to create a tool that acts as a health check for organisations on their transition to more sustainable operations. You can measure your progress on the SDGs now


Below are some of the conversations that were facilitated by our on-site podcast booth that was available to book over the course of Global Table 2019.

Prof Andy Lowe in conversation with Howard Yana-Shapiro on the issue of orphan crops – the next wave of food plants to come out of Africa augmented for nutrition not to help tackle hunger and malnutrition. Listen here