Food & Nutrition

Connecting Exponential Technologies to Business Objectives

The Food and Nutrition industry is right in the middle of unprecedented change and transformation  caused by macro-economic forces, ever-evolving consumer preferences, sustainability and environmental factors. Digital innovation in food design, growth, production, marketing, delivery and consumption is nothing short of essential.

​Digital Innovation in different type of sensors and technologies, high throughput techniques, OMIC technologies,  OMIC approaches, Supply chain innovation, Robotics, Precision Agriculture, Hyper-customised Nutrition, Connectivity technologies, Internet of things (IoT),  will changes the way that food is produced, analysed, measured and monitored across the value chain.

Every part of the Food Industry is grappling with this transition. Business leaders are therefore exploring transformative strategies centred on adoption of digital exponential technologies to address their business challenge. And then there is the challenge of finding the right IoT, AI, Machine Learning, Blockhain, Immersive Technology, 3D Printing, Smart Material or Synthetic Biology solutions from the blackbox of abundant options.

 

At WhatNext, we bring the unique capability of unparalleled insights, creative advisory and a global ecosystem of exponential technology partners to address every unique business objective of our clients.

WhatNext Addresses the complete Value Chain and all Functions of the Food and Nutrition Industry

Quantum

Computing

Cybersecurity

AI

IoT

Robotics

3D Printing

Immersive

Technologies

Blockchain

Warehousing 

Sales &

Marketing

R&D and

Innovation

Food

Retail

Agriculture

Food

Production

Packaging

Retail

Material Sourcing &

Acquisition

Agro-Chemicals

Product

Manufacturing

Transport &

Distribution

Energy

Innovation

Autonomous

Vehicles

Drones

Synthetic 

Biology

WhatNext Addresses the key Strategic Growth Areas for the Food and Nutrition Industry

Quantum

Computing

Cybersecurity

AI

IoT

Robotics

3D Printing

Immersive

Technologies

Blockchain

Reduction & Reformulation

Nutrition & Wellness

Sustainable Value Networks

Packaging & Delivery Innovation

Energy

Innovation

Autonomous

Vehicles

Drones

Synthetic 

Biology

Examples of Industry Questions that we Answer

  • How can we use digital technologies and data driven insights to transform our operations?

  • What is the recent delta achieved in a digital technology area? i.e. use of Blockchain or other technology for Circularity?

  • Which technology (i.e. robotics or drones or sensors) or technology combination ( i.e. Robotics & Artificial Intelligence) can address my specific business need?

  • How do we optimally adopt 5G, overall or for specific applications? What technologies do we use?

  • How can I apply technologies such as artificial intelligence, IoT, blockchain, Robotics, etc. for the purpose of circularity?

  • What are the new business models available to me because of new innovation in advanced materials and sytntheic biology?

  • I need technology due diligence to be conducted of a specific start-up or technology?

  • Which start-ups globally are best-fit acquisition / technology adoption opportunities for my specific business use case?

Talk to us about your Business Objectives & your Key Questions and connect with our Analyst for a no-obligation consultation

Business leaders from the Food and Nutrition industry are exploring transformative strategies centred on adoption of digital exponential technologies to address their business challenges. At WhatNext, we bring the unique capability of unparalleled insights, creative advisory and a global ecosystem of exponential technology partners to address every unique business objective of our clients.

Take 2 minutes out to fill this form and about your Business Objectives & your Key Questions and connect with our analyst for a no-obligation consultation.

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