Food for Thought: A Digital Degustation

Start: 13 Apr 2018 | 11:00 - 12:00
Category: / Venue: Joglo. Festival Hub @Taman Kuliner (Google Maps)
Cost: Free

As little as two years ago food tech companies in Indonesia navigated a ‘blue ocean’ market: huge business potential with little competition. But as Qraved Founder Steven Kim warned: “Indonesia won’t be blue ocean for long.” Join these app aficionados as they address how food and agricultural apps are changing Indonesia’s foodscape, for better and for worse.

Sekitar dua tahun lalu perusahaan teknologi pangan adalah bisnis besar dengan sedikit kompetitor. Namun seperti yang telah diperingatkan oleh Founder dari Qraved, Steven Kim: “Indonesia tidak akan menjadi lautan biru selamanya.”. Bergabung dengan para penggagas aplikasi ini saat mereka mendiskusikan bagaimana aplikasi makanan dan agrikultur kini mengubah industri kuliner Indonesia, ke arah yang lebih baik maupun buruk.


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