A Fresh Baking Future with BakingTech 2019

BakingTech 2019: Baking a Fresh Future.

It’s time to look to the future of baking. What will the industry look like in the years to come, and what’s the best way to get there? That’s the focus of BakingTech 2019: Baking a Fresh Future. The annual trade show and educational-focused sessions bring together the best and brightest minds of the baking industry for a week of networking, collaboration, and learning. Taking place Feb. 24-26 in Chicago, this year’s focus on the future couldn’t be more timely.

Why BakingTech?

If you’re wondering why you should attend just another trade show, that’s not what this week is about.

BakingTech is hosted by the American Society of Baking (ASB), an organization of industry professionals with the goal of advancing baking and baking science technology. Made up of commercial baking professionals, food technologists, engineering, equipment, ingredient and service experts, ASB knows that success requires people, planning, resources, and perhaps most importantly, a community in which to practice your craft.

It’s these ideals that are weaved into the programing and sessions of BakingTech every year. As the baking industry’s leading technology conference and exposition, over 1,300 baking professionals participate to share knowledge and information.

The week includes:

  • 30 innovative technical presentations
  • Over 200 equipment and ingredient suppliers at the MarketPlace
  • Professional workshops and luncheons
  • Leadership Discussion where you can hear it first from the experts

Speakers

Every year BakingTech has standout keynote speakers touching on relevant issues. This year, they will be:

BREAD Talks

A spin on TED Talks, these will take place during the closing general session on Tuesday afternoon. Topics will be baking in space and home meal deliveries.

And don’t miss the opening reception on Sunday evening to see a self-enclosed bakery that mills, mixes and bakes bread in a 120″ x 53″ space.

Registration is currently open for BakingTech 2019. However, if you sign up before January, or are an ASB member, you can save on registration fees.

Reserve your spot here!

See you there!

When: February 24 – 26, 2019
Where: Chicago Hilton
Learn more: www.asbe.org/bakingtech2019/

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About the Author:

Kent Van Amburg
CAE – Executive Director, American Society of Baking Kent has 30 years of experience in association management including government affairs, research development, strategic planning and executive management. Kent began his career with the Foreign Agricultural Service. He then represented the U.S. grain industry in international trade negotiations as the Director of Government and Industry Affairs for the Grains Council. He served as the Executive Director of 4 associations within the American Trucking Association. Kent is currently the Executive Director of the American Society of Baking. He has a Master’s from Purdue University in international agricultural economics.

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