Vegan Prince Khaled To Speak With Suzy Amis Cameron At The Future of Food 2.0

He has invested in multiple companies in the plant-based tech sector, leading event organizers to describe him as 'one of the world's top investors in plant-based innovation
Prince Khaled with speak with environmentalist Suzy Amis Cameron at the event

Vegan Prince Khaled will speak with environmental advocate Suzy Amis Cameron at a major food conference this month.

The pair will discuss the rise of the plant-based technology sector, at The Future of Food 2.0, at the WeWork headquarters in Silicon Valley on July 10.

Prince Khaled, the Founder and CEO of KBW Ventures, has made multiple investments in the sector including in Beyond Meat, with the event organizers describing him as 'one of the world's top investors in plant-based innovation'.

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According to event information: "We will learn about the future of investing in this incredible new space, how Beyond's IPO has kicked off many exciting things to come, and what to expect next in the world of plant-based investing.

"Learn how you can get in on the ground first directly from the industry leaders."

You can buy tickets for the event here

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