FIA-Edelman: Trends & Trust: The Ingredients of Opportunity and the Risk in Asia
26 March 2018
12:30pm - 2:00pm
Wework Beach Centre, #02-01 Beach Centre, 15 Beach Rd, Singapore 189677
Register your interest now with Ms Fateha Noraznee at
Asian tastes are changing and so is the menu. From product innovations like Nasi Lemak-inspired burgers to government's increasing focus on regulation, F&B companies face many challenges to stay ahead of the emerging trends and potential pitfalls.
To compound the issue, trust in the industry is in decline globally and in flux across an already fragmented region. As companies adapt to the shifting landscape, how can the industry bolster the trust it needs to lead positive change and ensure a sustainable future?
Join Edelman for an interactive lunch discussion hosted by Tish Van Dyke, Edelman's Global Sector Chair, Food & Beverage, where we will unveil for the first time, key F&B findings from the 2018 Edelman Trust Barometer as well as global and regional trends from Edelman's Food & Beverage Trends Report 2018.
Tish Van Dyke
Global Sector Chair, Food & Beverage
With nearly 20 years of experience as a public affairs practitioner and counselor, Tish develops and oversees strategic communications programs in the corporate and policy arenas, as well as among thought leaders who influence them. Tish has expertise in both food and health, and an acute awareness of these areas’ alignment within the public domain. She works with clients to build and implement messaging strategies and platforms.
Tish has designed and built platforms for companies looking to grow their corporate reputation in the health space and counseled associations, employers, managed care companies, medical providers and pharmaceutical and medical technology manufacturers on issues that are debated within policy and regulatory circles. Tish has been instrumental in planning and managing campaigns around issues that play into health reform proposals. In addition to a degree in history from Trinity College, Tish holds a master’s degree in modern British history from Durham University, England.
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