NutritionInvestor webinars

Food and drink investment trends

Christopher Gale, director, YF Funding
Murielle Gonzalez, Editor, NutritionInvestor
Farzad Mukhi, director, Duff & Phelps


Editor Murielle Gonzalez talks 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 speaks 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 shares exclusive insights into M&A activity in the US and cross-border deals.

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Lay of the land: Six months into the Covid-19 pandemic, Julian Evans returns to review the data

Julian Evans,
head of healthcare,
Knight Frank

On Tuesday 22 September at 16:15 BST, HealthInvestor UK’s webinar series will return with a follow up interview with Knight Frank’s head of healthcare, Julian Evans, to analyse the current situation with Covid-19.

In a live and interactive session, Investor Publishing’s managing director Vernon Baxter will join Julian to consider the current prevalence of Covid-19 across the country.

Key points of discussion:
> Data trends and sentiment among operators as the country prepares for winter
> Struggles in the test and trace system
> Investor appetite for the health and social care sector
> Impact of the pandemic on valuation and occupancy rates
> The sector’s approach to design and development of care settings

Why attend:
> Part of the popular HealthInvestor UK Webinar Series focused on the latest information and updates during the current pandemic
> Designed for investors, providers and advisors across the social care spectrum to engage with current expert thinking
> Opportunities for attendees to put questions directly to Vernon Baxter and Julian Evans.

Register your free place here

One step further: Reshaping post-secondary education in response to Covid-19

Anna Grotberg, associate partner, EY-Parthenon
Rajay Naik, chair of the commission on life-long learning
Professor Ray Priest, international director, Asia-Pacific and managing director, University of the West of England
Kate Shand, chief executive, Enjoy Education
Kathryn Skelton, chief transformation officer, FutureLearn

As part of an ongoing series, EducationInvestor Global’s Business Women in Education network hosted a webinar focused on post-secondary education, the sector’s response to Covid-19, and how it could be re-moulded to better meet society’s post-pandemic needs.

The session, introduced by EducationInvestor Global editor Josh O’Neill, is chaired by Anna Grotberg, associate partner at EY-Parthenon, and brings together Kate Shand, chief executive of Enjoy Education; and Kathryn Skelton, chief transformation officer at FutureLearn. The founding members of the Business Women in Education network are joined by Professor Ray Priest, international director, Asia-Pacific and managing director of University West of England Educational Services; and Rajay Naik, chair of the commission on life-long learning.

During the webinar, the panellists – whose varied expertise lies in tutoring, distance learning, higher and further education and future-focused careers – explore the ways in which post-secondary education providers are gearing up to meet the shifting demands of employers as they navigate the ongoing economic crisis.

The conversation examines the effects of the coronavirus conundrum on school leavers, university admissions and operations, and further education providers, including apprenticeship and training firms; panellists also consider what it means for emerging education delivery models and ed tech, while aiming to provide global perspectives.

View the webinar recording here

NMT Discussions: How the Covid-19 response has unfolded so far

Carole Edmond, director, Glassmoon
June O’Sullivan, chief executive, The London Early Years Foundation
Arun Kanwar, partner, Cairneagle
Neil Leitch, chief executive, Early Years Alliance
Briony Richter, editor, Nursery Management Today
Sarah Steel, chief executive, The Old Station Nursery
The first NMT webinar discussion kicked off on Tuesday 14 April. This event featured a panel discussion on the impact that Covid-19 is having on the early years sector. Our panellists will discuss how the Government has responded to the virus and what that means for nurseries and early years providers, as well as the next steps to helping the sector overcome this crisis.
View the recorded webinar here

About Investor Publishing

Investor Publishing is a fast-growing publisher of six market leading titles, HealthInvestor UK, EducationInvestor Global, NutritionInvestor, Caring Times, Nursery Management Today and Journal of Dementia Care.

Contact the team

Sponsorship opportunities:
Michael Dee | +44(0)207 104 2006
michael.dee@investorpublishing.co.uk

Caroline Bowern | +44(0)203 746 2617
caroline.bowern@investorpublishing.co.uk

Speaking opportunities:
Vernon Baxter | +44(0)207 104 2001
vernon.baxter@investorpublishing.co.uk