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Engagement Forum with Coca-Cola: Focusing on needs for regions across Africa, India, China and Indonesia

When Jul 06, 2016
from 09:00 AM to 12:30 PM
Where Seminar Centre - Hauser Forum 3 Charles Babbage Road, Cambridge
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A day of facilitated discussions with Coca-Cola, open to researchers at all stages of their careers, including academics, PostDocs and post-graduate students. Topics will focus on needs for regions across Africa, India, China and Indonesia looking in particular at:

Theme 1 What technology could be introduced and leveraged to ensure that beverages (e.g. waters, juices and dairy) are reliably distributed and served in rural and city locations by local entrepreneurs?  Can the connected world play a role in achieving this? Might it help to achieve more appealing price points?

Theme 2 Nutritional deficiencies are well-understood, including vitamins, minerals and protein – how can beverages (e.g. waters, juices and dairy) be used to address this?

Registration in advance is essential. All participants are expected to make an active contribution to the discussions during the day.

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