Upcoming Events for Kitchens & Foodpreneurs

Want to connect with other food systems movers and shakers?  We thought so. Every month, we provide a digest of events and opportunities in our newsletter, however we don’t want to you miss a thing!

February 13, 2018
People + Planet + Profit: Building a Triple Bottom Line Business – Chicago, IL
Part 1: Sustainability Strategy for Your Business
Part 2: Building a Sustainable Brand: Lessons from Here

February 19, 2018
Driving Innovation: Trends in the Good Food Space – Chicago, IL
You’ll get the inside scoop on what’s driving growth for emerging food brands and meet the leaders and entrepreneurs shaping Chicago’s thriving Good Food scene!

March 1, 2018
FoodBytes! – San Francisco, CA
This pitch competition-meets-networking event brings together the game-changing startups, investors and industry leaders pioneering the future of food and agriculture.

March 5 – 11, 2018
A Week of Women In Food – Bay Area, CA
A Week of Women In Food is a 7-day dining experience of inspiring meals celebrating the voices, talent & food of 9 La Cocina chefs from across the Bay Area.

March 22, 2018
Forbes Mixing Bowl – New York, NY
Food, Ag and IT innovators in a targeted discussion on the ingredients and recipes needed to augment the development of digital food and agriculture.

April 21 – 25, 2018
International Conference on Business Incubation – Dallas, TX
The agenda will feature more than 30 educational sessions, multiple powerful keynote speakers, and several unique opportunities to meet, connect and collaborate with peers from around the globe.

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