Food Fraud: Integrity, Traceability Technologies & Regulatory Opportunities
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This FoodLegal Symposium focuses on the importance of new traceability protection technologies, databases and regulatory frameworks to protect brand and product integrity and the need to implement countermeasures for food fraud; as well as the opportunities to use similar technologies to create an exciting brand story and enhanced brand reputation.
Topics of discussion will include:
- B2B supply chain integrity
- New traceability technologies and opportunities
- Asset identification technologies
- Brand protection and product integrity for exporters to China, from leading experts
- Developing databases and intelligence networks in food protection forensics
- Food fraud and successful legal enforcement choices in China
- Blockchain options, how Blockchain fits in food supply integrity and traceability
- Intellectual property opportunities in provenance and origin certifications
- Countermeasures and preemptory audits
- Regulatory opportunities in Australia
- Presented by:Joe Lederman,FoodLegal, Managing Principal at FoodLegal
- Professor Claude Roux, UTS Centre for Forensic Science, Professor of Forensic Science and Founding Director of the UTS Centre for Forensic Science, Sydney
- Karen Constable, Food Fraud Advisors, Principal Consultant at Food Fraud Advisors, Sydney
- David Bennett, Australian Embassy, IP Australia's Counsellor to the Australian Embassy in Beijing, China
- Sandon Adams, Oritain, Business Development Manager at Oritain Global Ltd, Australia
- Temogen Hield, DataDot Technology, CEO at DataDot Technology Ltd
- Vadim Mishin, AUTB-YUTO, Deputy GM at AUTB-YUTO Pty Ltd
- David Bartnik, InnovaStrat Australia, Principal at InnovaStrat Australia
Our goal is to bring people together to:
- build professional capabilities in trade
- elevate the profile of trade
- advocate the benefits and opportunities of trade
- facilitate networking
- improve the performance and success of companies in global trade
- boost the efficiency of trade processes.
Featured GTPA Member
Ziyaad Ebrahim, GTP
Ziyaad has close to fifteen years of experience in international trade and development.He joined the World Trade Organization (WTO) after serving 12 years in various positions within the Government of Seychelles, where he comes from.
During his time in the Government of Seychelles, he was directly involved in trade, investment and general economic policy formulation and implementation.He also has experience on WTO accession and was involved in FTA negotiations with the European Union and within the Eastern and Southern African region. He has also worked with international organisations such as the IMF, World Bank and the African Development Bank on Structural Adjustment Programmes, private sector and MSME development initiatives including gender empowerment projects.
In his current role with the WTO, he coordinates the work of the WTO LDC Group in the ongoing trade negotiations.He also monitors and assists LDC participation in specific areas of the negotiations which include Special and Differential Treatment (S&DT), fisheries subsidies, trade facilitation and LDC accession negotiations.
He is fluent in English and has working knowledge of French.
Ziyaad was one of the first people globally to be certified as a Global Trade Professional in the area of Trade Management.