Date(s) - Thursday, May 7 2015
12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Health Food In China: More Choice, Big Opportunity
Eyal Bafri, Anmao Sun, Chitra Hepburn and Yarden Zilber
–Experts will discuss growing demand for health food in China, how suppliers are aiming to meet it, and broader trends toward sustainable agriculture in the country
Thursday, May 7, 2015
Venue details: HUNTER GATHERER
308 Anfu Lu, near Wukang Lu
Phone 5461 0552
Admission: SFCC Members: 50 RMB, Non-Members: 100 RMB.
Price includes lunch.
About the Speakers:
Eyal Bafri – Eyal is the CEO of Natural Poultry Group. He was born in Israel, educated in Israel and South Africa, and has done business in Greater China since 2001. Since 2010, he has been CEO of Natural Poultry Group, which produces natural chickens (without the use of antibiotics, hormones, or chemicals) in mainland China. He works closely with China’s Ministry of Science & Technology. He has received a UN award for sustainable development.
Anmao Sun – Co-founder, Hunter Gatherer, Shanghai organic grocery and restaurant.
Chitra Hepburn is Head of Corporate Communications & Sustainability of Bayer Greater China Group. Prior to her appointment, she was the Head of Strategic Planning and Intelligence Hub of Bayer MaterialScience in Shanghai. Before joining Bayer, Chitra was heading China Greentech’s Shanghai operations, working with multinationals, local corporations, public sector entities as well as NGOs with a high-profile platform to develop China’s Greentech industries and needs. She has been based in Shanghai for over a decade. Chitra has a Bachelor’s degree in Business & Finance and subsequently obtained her Master’s in Environmental Economics from the London School of Economics.
Yarden Zilber is a managing partner at Sheng Enterprises, where he leads SIMA (Sino Israel Modern Agriculture Venture). SIMA aims to introduce advanced agriculture, farming, technologies and nutritious varieties from Israel in China. He completed his executive MBA at the China Europe International Business School and B.S. in Electronic Engineering from Tel-Aviv University. Yarden is also a graduate of a Harvard University and Tsinghua University mutual program in China Venture Capital and Private Equity Investments. He has 12 years of business experience in the Chinese market, and initiated and led the Bright Food acquisition of Tnuva, the largest Israeli food and dairy company.
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