Conference: E-commerce and social networks for food companies – Foodlawlatest case study

On 10th and 11th December 2015, the Chemical Laboratory of the Chamber of Commerce of Turin will organise a seminar about how to promote your food products via internet. The venue will be the Laboratory in Turin, via Ventimiglia 165.

I will have a brief presentation on 10th December about how to maximize the benefits of e-commerce and social networks avoiding any legal risk related to advertising, labelling and other IP aspects. I will speak also about the role of social media in communicating the risk and managing crisis situation.

In the afternoon there will be a round table with other blog/website owners, where I will have the chance to explain the history and growth of Foodlawlatest.com. The panel will be moderate by Marcella Zanellato, a journalist and social media strategist.

Here you can find the 2 days program.

London (2nd June 2015)- Food&Beverage Law&IP Conference – Food fraud panel

On 2nd June 2015 I will be guest speaker at the Food&Beverage Law&IP conference, organised in London by IPRConnections in the exclusive location of the London Stock Exchange. Foodlawlatest.com is a media partner of the event and I have to thank you my dear friend Christos Apostolou for producing this amazing event.

The F&B Law & IP event is the premier event supporting creative partnerships in the food and beverage industry. The event is bringing together the most influential brand and IP owners, f&b manufacturers,  licensees and licensed goods retailers and is a perfect mix of regulatory, labelling and IP themes. There will be specific panel on counterfeiting, parallel imports, food frauds, labelling and geographical indications.

There will be speakers and representative from the most well recognised companies in the world, such as Unilever, Nestle, Mondelez, Scotch Whisky Association, PepsiCo, Coca Cola, Pernod Ricard, Red Bull Asia and many others.

Together with one of the most experienced person in EU regarding the fight against food fraud, John Coady, Chief Audit Manager in the Food Safety Authority of Ireland (FSAI) and member of the FSAI’s multi-agency Food Fraud Task Force, I will speak in a panel full of case study about recent food frauds events and tips about what is going on at EU level. As Vice President EU Business and Regulatory affairs at Inscatech, I will give you some hints about how to protect your business from food frauds and about the pivotal role of the intelligence in preventing those events. Inscatech has established a solid reputation in the food industry as both a pioneer and the sole provider of food fraud intelligence investigations, forensically based vulnerability assessments, supplier qualification examinations, validated supply chain mapping, and food fraud vulnerability control programs. The company is well recognised in the Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI) Food Frauds think thank and you can read more about our activity on this amazing article on Wired.

Here you can find the provisional agenda and book your place at the event.