Food Sustainability - Time to Change

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Event Date:  5:30pm, 4th March 2020

Location:  Red Cow Moran Hotel, 22 Naas Rd, Dublin, D22 YX80, Ireland

Ticket Price: €15

 

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Sustainability has become part of the dialogue for every food operator in the last number of years. With it comes challenges, and very often large opportunities to differentiate your business. There is no doubt that the change that is underway is permanent, and not a fad. This focused seminar has pulled together some of Irelands leading experts in the food and sustainability sectors who will challenge and stimulate your business and help answer some of the questions surrounding the role of sustainability within your business. Each of the speakers is regarded as being a pioneer within this space and we are confident you will take huge benefit from this event.

This event will be held in The Red Cow Hotel.

 

AGENDA

17.30 – 18.00 Registration, Tea/coffee, Networking

18.00 – 18.05 Opening by James Burke Dublin Food Chain Network Manager

18.05 – 18.15 Welcome by LEO South Dublin Justin Mulhern, Senior Enterprise Development Officer

18.15 – 18.35 Tristan Jacob, Irelands First Sustainable Hotel “The Iveagh Garden” – Engaging with Sustainable Technology to Deliver a Reduced Carbon Footprint in Hospitality Provision.  This will focus on Energy generation and conservation, waste management, commercial benefits, and marketing and PR benefits

18.35 – 18.55 Michael Kelly, Grow it Yourself – Michael is the founder of Grow it Yourself. He has written 3 books, countless articles and has inspired 500,000 people to grow food in 2017 alone. Michael is a self-taught food-growing sustainability expert

18.55 – 19.15 Tadhg Buckley, AIB, Head of Agriculture, Food & Fisheries – Making Your Business a Long-Term Sustainable Enterprise.  The benefits of implementing the three sustainable development pillars across your business.

19.15 – 19.35 Karen Deignan, Sustainability Works – A sustainable food revolution
The sustainability trends transforming the food industry and the brands and businesses leading the way.

19.35 – 19.50 Q&A

 

Booking

To Book, please click on this link, nominal €15 booking fee.

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Dublin Food Chain is a collaborative initiative of Local Enterprise Offices in the Dublin area. The Dublin Food Chain is part of an ongoing effort to harness the power of the 'collective', in order to ensure that Co. Dublin's unique food heritage benefits from the attention it deserves.

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