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23/10/2014

10 reasons to attend Food Valley Expo

Wikispanishfood.com editorial team

Silicon Valley meets Food Valley, which will include inspirational speakers such as Marc Teerlink from IBM Watson Group; Rob Trice from Mixing Bowl; and Aalt Dijkhuizen from Topsector Agri&Food, as well as the Food Valley awards, among other special activities to be held at the tenth edition of this event.

This 1-day fair will be heldat the Papendal Conference Center in Arnhem, the Netherlands, on October 23rd. For international businesses, Food Valley Expo is a great opportunity to meet Dutch food companies and research institutes.Cooperation could lead to new business and innovation.

1.-Silicon Valley meets Food Valley:In Silicon Valley, innovation is a state of mind. This event, which will be chock-a-block with new technologies and ambitious people committed to changing the world, will bring together many leaders in the food and agriculture sector as well as trends and innovation in one of the most relevant markets at present.

2.- Inspiration: The people scheduled to speak at Food Valley Expo are reason enough to attend.

3.- The 10th edition of the Food Valley awards will be presented.

4.- Sample the new food trends.

5.- Meet others and network: This event will enable you to meet agri-food sector professionals from all over the world.

6.- Presentations and seminars: Talks, presentations and gatherings with different professionals will be held over the course of the day, enabling you can get up to speed on the latest trends in innovation, protection, exports, etc.

7.- Round table discussions: Discussions among food and innovation sector professionals.

8.- The importance of science for the business: these presentations will cover the latest scientific advances in the industry.

9.- Vast space for exhibitors, products, different activities, tastings, etc.

10.- Continuous networking: There will be countless opportunities throughout the day to connect with many professionals.

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