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Below is an overview of the programme for the 2019 summit.
DAY ONE – Tuesday 9 July
In the afternoon, arrive in Singapore at your convenience in time for evening registration and networking at 6pm. Meet and mingle with fellow delegates in a relaxed environment at the Hilton Singapore.
InnovAGE: How food and nutrition retailers, brands and organisations are tapping into APAC’s health and wellness momentum
Join us to kick-off the Healthy Ageing APAC Summit 2019 as three industry experts help shine the spotlight on the latest innovations across APAC’s food and nutrition space by providing some bite-sized insights spanning retail, products and company culture.
DAY TWO – Wednesday 10 July
Day two opens with providing nutritional recommendations for an ageing population, followed by the importance of a paradigm shift towards active nutrition. We will then explore some of the latest developments in plant-based nutrition, debate issues surrounding sugar tax and ask if cell-based products could meet the protein needs of Asia’s growing, as well as ageing population?
After the morning sessions take a break to make connections with our speed networking session and then join our roundtable lunch discussions to share insights on a topic of interest to you. The roundtable lunch discussions are first come first served.
The final sessions of the day will focus on a deep dive into the molecule NAD+, look at what can be learnt from a New Zealand national programme growing the science to bring high-value foods to the world and functional food innovation.
This day closes with Healthy Ageing APAC Summit evening reception. Join us at the Fullerton Bay Hotel Singapore to unwind after a busy day. Enjoy a drink and canapés whilst networking with fellow delegates at this stylish bar.
DAY THREE – Thursday 11 July
Day three starts with insights into healthy brain ageing. Hear from Belinda Reynolds about the importance of investment, personalisation and clinical trials, Professor Peter Howe on the circulatory benefits of resveratrol and Dr Lei Feng on phytonutrients for cognitive gain.
After refreshments the focus switches to consumer insights and research innovation from Japan followed by the responsible nutrition debate: can industry and policymakers align to meet India’s health, nutrition, traceability and NPD challenges?
After an informal networking lunch, the last session of the day includes new retail services and strategies to meet the needs of Asia’s senior shoppers and asks what works for marketers faced with an ageing population trying to expand their lives? The event closes at 4.30 pm.
Please note: All session content and timings are not final and are subject to change