NutritionInvestor webinars

Food and drink investment trends

Christopher Gale, director, YF Funding
Farzad Mukhi, director, Duff & Phelps

On Wednesday 23 September at 16:00 BST, NutritionInvestor’s Webinar Series will begin with a conversation about investment trends in food and drink in the context of Covid-19.

Editor Murielle Gonzalez will be talking with Farzad Mukhi, a director in the Food, Beverage and Nutrition Investment Banking practice of Duff & Phelps, and Christopher Gale, director of YF Funding, the joint venture of Spayne Lindsay & Co and Young Foodies, the UK community of challenger brands.

Christopher Gale spearheads a network of more than 400 investors while working closely with entrepreneurs. He will talk about their appetite and business opportunities arising from young food and drink brands gaining traction in the UK and Europe.

Farzad Mukhi has more than 15 years of experience in executing mergers and acquisitions and corporate finance transactions for middle-market companies in the food, beverage and nutrition sector, and will share exclusive insights into M&A activity in the US and cross-border deals.

This is a unique opportunity for participants to engage and put questions to experienced financial advisors on fundraising, investing, and consumer and market trends.

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Sponsorship opportunities:
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