The highly anticipated Symposium on Fine Food + Drink in Munich on 14 and 15 June 2018 seamlessly continued its 28 year success story. With more than 140 exhibitors, the 2018 market place was more diverse and colourful than ever. Alongside the established international companies, numerous start-ups impressed with their innovative products and new food ideas. After an extensive culinary discovery tour through the market place, participants took part in a top-level expert conference in Kesselhaus on 15 June. Renowned speakers dealt with the issues that are currently driving the food industry. Keynote speaker Stephan Grünewald (Managing Director of Rheingold) demonstrated how digital app solutions have found their way into food industry strategies, while Stephan Knäble (Global Head of Consumer Panels, GfK) explained the digital challenges and opportunities that lie ahead for the industry, and Thomas Storck (CEO, METRO Cash & Carry Germany) talked about how customer service is changing in the digital world.
Take a look at our photo gallery and get an impression of the food industry’s definitive dialogue forum. The 2019 date has now been set: The 29th Symposium on Fine Food + Drink will take place on 9 and 10 May 2019 in the Kulturhalle Zenith.
Reserve it now: 29th Symposium on Fine Food + Drink
The essential date for all the decision-makers in the food industry in 2019 has been set: on 9 and 10 May the 29th Symposium on Fine Food + Drink will take place in the Zenith hall in Munich. This significant dialogue forum for the food industry opens doors to trade, industry and gastronomy decision-makers. International corporations and aspiring start-ups exhibit their new products and innovative ideas in the colourful market place. Visit our website regularly for all the latest news and information about the programme and speakers, as well as to register for the 29th Symposium on Fine Food + Drink.
Young talent conference for aspiring leaders from the food retail industry
This year’s young talent conference will take place on 10 and 11 October 2018 and will focus on the topic “The strategic importance of the wine / sparkling wine / champagne product groups as part of the retail sector’s range policies”. The programme offers an exciting mixture of key theoretical and practical knowledge and an exclusive company tour at Schloss Johannisberg. You will find the detailed programme here. Register at: http://symposium-feines-essen-und-trinken.de/anmeldung-nachwuchskongress/