Experts from the University of Oxford’s Food Systems Programme and Monash University’s Food Innovation Centre provided insights into plausible future scenarios and ways to build resilience in food security, as well as the importance of creating competitive advantages through innovation.
In addition, speakers from the National University of Singapore Business School, Poultry East Asia Ltd, and Sino-Singapore Jilin Food Zone Development and Management Co Ltd shared their experiences and best practices on business growth and internationalisation amid an increasingly globalised food system. Through internationalisation, companies will benefit from greater access to overseas food sources, in turn contributing to Singapore’s food security.
AVA also took the opportunity at the Convention to thank its stakeholders and collaborators for their contributions. Some 117 tokens of appreciation were presented to key members of AVA’s business clusters, joint taskforces, and industry working groups and consultation panel.
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Last updated on Tuesday, April 14, 2020