Workshop: Scaling Alternative Proteins in Asia

Singapore Economic Development Board (EDB) brings together four leading voices to discuss important considerations when launching and scaling an alternative protein venture in Asia.

On June 23 at 9.05am ET, experts across the value chain from emerging brands, food processing, investment, and infrastructure companies will exchange insights on what is needed to succeed in this market, whilst taking live questions from the audience. Hear first hand from Singapore Economic Development Board (EDB), ADM, Temasek, Next Gen Foods and Haskell.

“Having worked and lived in the US and Europe over the past years, it is truly exciting to witness the shift from West to East – we’ve seen growing interests from companies looking to seize the imminent upsurge of agri-food opportunities in Asia. The Singapore EDB serves as a trusted and committed partner to companies looking for market access through the establishment of manufacturing, research and innovation and headquarter activities. I look forward to bringing you the latest industry perspectives on how globally leading companies such as Eat Just, Oatly and Perfect Day have successfully tapped on Singapore’s ecosystem, quality talent, business-friendly regulations and high respect for intellectual property protection, to orchestrate their success in Asia.” Jingxin Zheng, Regional Vice President, Americas, Singapore Economic Development Board

Why should you join?

This workshop will give you an understanding of Asia’s strategic position for scaling alternative proteins. We look forward to welcoming mission-driven food leaders and innovators who are interested in learning more about how companies can scale-up and distribute in Asia by basing themselves in Singapore, as well as the emerging opportunities within the APAC region.

What is the Singapore Economic Development Board (EDB)?

The Singapore Economic Development Board (EDB), a government agency under the Ministry of Trade and Industry, is responsible for strategies that enhance Singapore’s position as a global centre for business, innovation and talent. Its aspiration is for Singapore to be a global hub for developing and commercialising agrifood-tech solutions that can sustainably meet the needs of future generations. By ensuring that Singapore is equipped with the right capabilities, infrastructure and business environment, EDB hopes to support agri-food companies growth into Asia and help facilitate connections to partners who can value-add to your business.

Get involved in the workshop:

Join live for the discussion and speaker/audience interaction at the workshop. Bring your questions for the panelists!

The workshop is included as part of your registration for Future Food-Tech