SWITZERLAND – Leading provider of food processing and mobility technology Bühler has announced that its hugely popular Networking Days will be held on June 27-28, 2022 at its headquarters in Uzwil, Switzerland.
Bühler Networking Days 2022 – the third of a series of events the company has hosted every three years – is a high level platform that addresses the challenges of a sustainable future in food, feed, and mobility with innovative solutions and partnerships.
It brings together leaders from across the industry, science, and other areas to accelerate impact together, according to the company, adding that only by creating attractive business opportunities across value chains can these stakeholders deliver the necessary speed and scale of deployment.
Bühler further says that to tackle the challenges that the world faces – from food security to climate change and many more challenges – collaboration is essential, and it is this spirit that the Networking Days was created to bring others on board to create impact across the World.
“The event, which brings together about 800 industry decision makers, researchers, and start-ups from the food, feed, and mobility sectors, is built around answering the fundamental questions: how can we ensure sustainable living and business within the boundaries of our planet,” the company declares.
“What technologies and solutions in the food, feed, and mobility systems do we need now to mitigate and master the global challenges of climate change, loss of biodiversity, poverty, and inequality?” it adds.
Inspirational speakers and more
Over the course of the two days, attendees will participate at highly inspirational keynote presentations and panel discussions. The company will also showcase how the industry can succeed in achieving transformation through its various technologies and innovations.
Key speeches at the event include Satya Nadella, the CEO of Microsoft; Christian Klein, the Chief Executive Officer and member of the Executive Board of SAP SE; Peter Bakker, President and CEO of the World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD) and Christoph Gebald, co-CEO of Climeworks.
Others are Stefan Scheiber, the CEO of Bühler Group; Ranjay Gulati, the Professor of Harvard Business School; Martin Vetterli, the President The École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL); and Ed Steinfeld, the Director of the Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs at Brown University, among a host of speakers.
The last edition of Bühler Networking Days was held in 2019, where the company committed to reduce energy and water usage and waste of its customers value chains by 50 percent.
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