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Every single day we succumb to the rumbling deep within ourselves.
Food has shaped human civilisation. Cultures have risen and fallen. But the cuisine remains!
We have seen every facet of our society adapt and incorporate technology and social media. Join us as we talk about how the digital era has brought the food scene to your fingertips. From local to exotic, you can find an array of option on social media, review apps, and digital publications.
In our panel of industry experts we will boast an eclectic selection of professionals coming from different view points and backgrounds to discuss how the modern food industry works and where it is heading!
This is the Future of Food!
Founder and CEO,
Ella Rauen-Prestes is the founder and CEO of Fitbakes. She is Brazilian and Portuguese, has 20 years’ experience working around the world for global companies such as Shell, Vodafone and Telecom Italia. Ella speaks 5 languages, has a degree in Computer Science, a Master Degree in Marketing and an MBA.
Dina Begum Food Writer & Author
Dina Begum is a cookbook author and writer who is passionate about championing the recipes and food culture of Bangladesh which is underrepresented internationally. She is a member of the Guild of Food Writers and her debut cookbook ‘The Brick Lane Cookbook,’ (Kitchen Press in
2018) celebrates the diverse food culture of London’s iconic Brick Lane. Dina is a leading voice in Bangladeshi food and is increasingly called upon to write for nationwide publications. Her recipes/writing have been featured in The Telegraph, The Independent, The Herald,
Huffington Post, Metro and The Scotsman, amongst others.
She has been featured in a micro documentary on Ramadan food by global storytellers Great Big Story, written a feature and recipes series for Great British Chefs - based on the six seasons of Bangladeshi cuisine and filmed a spice blends video series for Yodomo. Dina has hosted popular Bangladeshi pop ups to showcase home cooking favourites, mentioned in Eater London and Eventbrite as one of their hottest supperclubs in London. She has also presented a programme at The Museum of Food and Drink (MOFAD) on immigrant foodways and hosted a supperclub at Archestratus in New York. Dina currently writes a recipe column for the leading English language newspaper in Bangladesh, The Daily Star.
Jo Yee is a London-based photographer with a focus on capturing food, culture and travel. Since switching careers from financial marketing to photography in 2015 she has shot for clients including The Luxury Collection Hotels, Frances Lincoln Publishers, The Wall Street Journal and AirBnb. Her assignments have taken her to countries including New Zealand, Republic of North Macedonia, Greece and Italy. She is an avid traveler but it has always been the intersection between food and culture that fascinates her most and where she continue to find inspiration to tell stories with photographs.
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