Thank you for joining us at the Fi Asia – MEGAtrends 2013

Fi Asia – MEGAtrends 2013 was launched in Bangkok this September 2013, and welcomed speakers and attendees from across the region who participated to the hottest and fastest megatrends affecting the global and regional food and beverage industry.

The event was represented by key industry leaders, Pablo Perversi, VP - Foods SEAA of Unilever; Ekaphol Pongstabhon, Managing Director of Tipco Food Public Company Limited; and Eva Hurt, Regional Head Regulatory & Scientific Affairs Asia of Nestle; and participants brought with them a unique blend of industry knowledge and enthusiasm that resulted in successful knowledge sharing and networking during the event.

The program featured key information and discussions on a range of business and economics, regulation and policy, and marketing and innovation topics which are confronting the fast evolving food and beverage industry today.

We would like to thank Mintel who sponsored the event, as well as all participants and we look forward to seeing you again next year.



This conference will feature the hottest and fastest megatrends affecting the global, and regional, food and beverage industry. Creating a unique platform to discover best practices and participate in high quality industry networking. Hosted in Bangkok, Thailand, this senior level conference puts you in the heart of Asia, the fastest-growing food and beverage market with a forecast to rise to approximately US $5,776 billion in 2017.

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What others say about Fi Conferences “…extremely well organised…The topics were extremely relevant. The many breaks enabled many networking discussions. It was a very ... Read More