Technology is going to shape the future for a lot of our food businesses. With both tech and food industries growing the collaboration of the two is only going to help create the sustainable and innovative businesses of tomorrow. You need to decide how your food business can take advantage of technology and FoodTech Week London might be a good place to start. Following on from the success of Food Startup School London, Victoria Albrecht is back with London’s first Food Tech Week. The week long celebration of all things food and tech will run from October 16th-23rd across multiple venues in London. If you are a food start-up business it is a must attend with a host of founders, industry experts and entrepreneurs giving you insight into the latest in foodtech trends and inspiration to innovate within your business. We will certainly be doing our best to attend as many events as we can and wanted to list out a few of the events that still have tickets left for the week:



Panel Discussion: How technology is changing the food ecosystem

When: Monday, October 12th, 7-9pm (a pre food tech week to wet your appetite)

Where: Second home, Shoreditch

What: Panel discussion to explore experiences of the impact of technology on a population that has become ever more aware of what they eat, where they eat and how they eat.

Cost: Free



TableCrowd: Meet & Eat with Crowdcube and Early Bird

When: Monday, October 19th, 6.45pm – 9:30pm

Where: The Royal Exchange Grand Cafe

What: Join some successful founders in the food tech space for dinner, drinks & a chance to meet others working in, and interested in, food and foodtech. The after dinner talk will be on successfully crowdfunding your business – and we’ll be telling both sides of the the tale.

Cost: £47


The Future of Food Production 

When: Wednesday, October 21st 6-9pm

Where: IDEALondon

What: The #REWORKFOOD evening workshop will bring together scientists, engineers and entrepreneurs to explore how innovations in AgTech & Science, such as AI, IoT & Genomics can help build a sustainable future.

Cost: £15 (for Startups, Students & Academic)