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Tiefkühltagung in Berlin Features Speakers with Food for Thought

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The German Institute for Frozen Foods’ (Deutsches Tiefkühlinstitut, or DTI) two-day Tiefkühltagung 2024 conference is set to kick off on June 3 at the NH Collection Berlin Mitte Friedrichstraße Hotel in Berlin. “The Future is Decided Now” is this year’s theme for the annual event, which has been organized to shed light on key challenges and offer new approaches to solutions for the industry.

Opening day activities will largely be devoted to executive board and management reports, the 2023 auditor’s report and financial statements, approval of the 2024 budget as well as membership fees for 2025, and the election of board members.

A party to meet, greet and network has been slated for the evening on June 3 at the Haubentaucher Pool Club. The setting combines urban flair with a relaxed ambience. Once a historic city swimming pool, the space has been transformed into a multifunctional event location offering a large outdoor area with a pool and lounge for social gatherings.

The 8:30 AM to 2:30 PM Conference schedule on Tuesday, June 4, is loaded with speakers who will deliver useful educational presentations. Here’s who and what is on the agenda:

Daniel Anthes, a “foodpreneur,” author and consultant, will offer a presentation entitled “This is What the Future Cool Trends in the Food Industry Are.”

Jörg Reuter, managing director of Art Project Nature & Nutrition. “From the Planetary Health Diet to the Planetary Health Lifestyle” is his topic.

Carl-Otto Gensch, head of the products and materials division at Öko-Institut e.V., will address “Legal Framework Conditions for Communication – the Strategic Role of Environmental Balances in the Frozen Food Sector.”

Thomas Ebenfeld, co-founder of Concept M Research + Consulting GmbH. His topic is entitled “Between Exhaustion and Departure – Communicating Sustainability Correctly.”

Lars Heiermann, director of data Intelligence at CONET Solutions GmbH, will talk about “Smart Frozen – Integration of AI into Company Processes.”

Professor Dr. Hergen Pargmann, chief executive officer of CompanyMind GmbH & Co. KG, will make a presentation entitled “Ice-Cold Efficiency – How AI Optimizes Value Chains.”

Dr. Jürgen Schulz of the University of Art in Berlin will conclude the conference with the keynote address prior to lunch. His speech is entitled “Decide.”

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