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2014 Cracking the Millennial Code

2014 Cracking the Millennial Code

Cracking the Millennial Code, May 8 - 9, 2014, Crystal City, VA, USA.

This event is bringing together a great mix of people to help connect, educate, and protect agriculture, farming, and food. This two day event is being streamed (see right column) and selected presentations will be published on this page at a later time.

Ned Arthur
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Welcome to Cracking The Millennial Code!

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What are college students thinking about food, sustainability, and its future? This student panel, plus the resulting Q&A, offers valuable insight for those wanting to connect with young consumers.

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Are you trying to connect with the US Congress but can't seem to make heads or tails of the Institution? Congressional staffers are who you need to be connecting with.

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What do you know about food and college students today?

 
 
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Do you know the language and phrases Millennials look for? Get to know those and you'll understand the trends.

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Do you know what sustainability means, in terms of action?

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Is there such a thing as Big Ag and what does that really mean? This panel and its Q&A challenges the notion of labels use about agriculture.

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Do people buy what they say they will buy? Are there clues to what millennial's want through what they actually purchase?

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Is the consumer conversation about antibiotics: good or bad? Or is it really about what consumers want in the taste and what is good for them?

 
 
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Will there be a planet in 2050 and what might it look like? To get there in one piece requires food and how will agriculture adapt?

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Who are Millennials and how are they shaping your approach to creating products?

 

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