Challenging the impossible
StrikeTwo has established itself as a hotbed of collaboration, co-creation and execution in the space where agrifood, sustainability, and technology intersect. Food supply chain issues previously thought to be insurmountable are tackled head on by a curated coalition of farmers, private businesses, research organisations, NGOs, start-ups and government.
Each StrikeTwo has a theme and each summit produces three executable roadmaps. We go beyond the theoretical and get commitment from the creators of these roadmaps for one year. At our annual StrikeTwo event we showcase the progress of the previous 12 months and if the continuance criteria is met, we design the next 12 months.
“The great breakthrough for me is for the first time, as companies, we sat together and said ‘What if we created this?’ We haven’t done it yet, not in an afternoon. But at least we said this is the plan for how we can get to that fully integrated supply chain.”
– Hugo Byrnes – Ahold Delhaize
“This is a conference where people who understand agriculture are trying to come together to use technology to solve some of the bigger problems in the world.”
– Gary Loh – DiMuto
“I think the very action-oriented methodology you are choosing is what I like..the action-orientedness of this event.”
– Roel van Poppel – Olam
“It’s a really diverse combination of blockchain enthusiasts, farmers, brands, and bringing them all together here is a nice step forward towards making the foodchain more transparent, inclusive and safe. By bringing all these parties together, we are initiating collaboration. “
– Ricardo Garcia – ScanTrust
“I think it’s a really great opportunity to start building and driving collective action for food security.”
– Brian King – CGIAR
“We really need to find a way to approach these issues with a system approach and for that you need all the different stakeholders, all the different perspectives.”
– Heleen Klinkert – Bionext
A more transparent food system not only impacts the environment in a positive way, it also empowers the consumer and the farmer.
We need transparency and circularity to make our food system more sustainable. And we need digital solutions to get there.
Let’s re-think the way we use resources for agriculture. Digital innovations can have a big impact on changing the way we choose food, make food and transport food.