Ensuring a healthy food industry supply chain is vital as we cope with the effects of the current pandemic. With shortages in some areas and massive waste in others, the industry must consider ways to pivot their thinking and innovate. Join us for a practical business discussion on the tangible ways the food & beverage industry can not only survive but thrive.
Hear from industry insiders as they give insights on innovations in the alternative protein space and IP/branding/labeling and how it may change for the future, tips on raising capital, tax savings specific to this sector, M&A and valuation ramifications, and how the food & beverage sector can pivot to meet current needs.
Babak Kusha, Partner, Kilpatrick Townsend
Jeff Pera, Partner, Marcum LLP
Mike Schall, Managing Director, FocalPoint LLC
Brian Todd, Founder, Brian Todd & Associates LLC
Wednesday, May 20, 2020
Business Development Manager
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