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1 more week!Sport & Active Nutrition Summit

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Announced yesterday, the three-day event’s agenda for day 1 provides an overview of today’s sports nutrition market, while days 2 and 3 detail topics such as performance and recovery, digital advancements, and launches. reveal. up and needs of female athletes.

Joining the line-up of speakers at the Amsterdam Marriott Hotel, Simon Jurkiw, Product Director of Bulk, took the stage to explore how the active nutrition consumer has evolved over the past two decades and discuss some of today’s macroeconomic issues. Analyze the , and the accompanying growth challenges. Some areas of discussion include Covid-19, Brexit, inflation, emissions targets, and how these factors affect both supply chains and consumers.

Also providing a wealth of knowledge on sports nutrition in the retail industry, Adam Leyland, editor-in-chief of The Grocer, explores how sports nutrition has changed beyond specialty retailers and what drives grocery success. Explaining what makes or breaks, he just asks: How far can sports nutrition evolve into the lives of mainstream consumers?

We will also bring together some of the most exciting startups in the space, as the three winners of the Startup Stars competition will have the chance to showcase their businesses in the room. These “stars” are: FITPORN General Manager Luca Barone. Phil Laney, co-founder of HMN24. and her Jennifer Mo, co-founder and managing her director of Pura Collagen.

The agenda will also include a deep dive into the key physiological and nutritional challenges facing female athletes by Sam Moss, Ph.D., University of Chester/Gatorade Institute of Sports Science. She then participates in a panel discussion on the subject, aiming to provide attendees with an in-depth knowledge of the specific needs of female athletes and how the industry can address these.

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