LABe Experts ’take on International Key Trends for 2022
On the occasion of LABe's second anniversary, we met with our international committee of experts in 4 cities around the globe to share findings related to the trends that will define 2022.
Last year we prepared a decalogue of success principles for digital gastronomy businesses, this year we want to review the validity of these principles and see how they are reflected in different cases around the world.
Our guests are, from the East Coast of the United States:
Brita Rosenheim of Better Food Ventures, an early stage venture capital firm that is exclusively focused on investing in scalable technologies to transform and improve the food and agriculture sectors.
Jenn Marston, Senior Editor at The Spoon, the landmark publication that brings together executives in the food, appliance, retail and kitchen industries to map the future together.
From Tokyo, Japan:
Hitoshi Hokamura, Co-founder of the Smart Kitchen Summit JAPAN was launched in 2017 with the theme "Food & Cooking x Science & Technology" as a place for professionals from various backgrounds to gather and think about the question "Why do we need to innovate in food and cooking? ".
From Jerusalem, Israel:
Amit Zoran, Associate Professor at the School of Engineering and Computer Science at The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, where he runs the Hybrid Design Lab. In his research, he studies human-computer interaction, magic, design, craft, and cooking,