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Online event explores future opportunities for $30 billion global sports nutrition market


Online event explores future opportunities for $30 billion global sports nutrition market

The future of protein, successful brand strategy, and exclusive insights into market dynamics will take center stage at the upcoming Sports and Lifestyle Nutrition 2013 online event, hosted by NutraIngredients.

This free-to-attend one-day event offers valuable insights and presentations about the key product segments, demographic groups and geographic regions in this fast-paced and exciting business sector, valued at between $27-32 billion globally.

Webinars, moderated by the award-winning journalists behind the NutraIngredients news sites, will focus on market opportunities, strategies for brand success, and the future of the biggest ingredient in the sector: protein.

To watch our introductory video, please click here.  

Product champions

Understanding how the global sports nutrition market is structured, which geographical regions and demographic sectors are growing the most, and which product forms are champions for each, is vital for product success. Chris Schmidt from Euromonitor International will share exclusive insights and market data on these key issues.

We're also exploring successful strategies for sports nutrition product manufacturers on how to build and maintain a successful brand. With the DMAA saga fresh in everyone’s minds and the industry reeling from claims from athletes that supplements are responsible for failed doping tests, how can a brand build the science, safety, and trust to bring market success? Stephen Moon from the UK’s SiS (Science in Sport) shares his experiences and insights in this exclusive case study.

Protein’s central role

No discussion about sports nutrition would be complete without considering the current and future role for protein in products. Whey and soy dominate as protein sources, but what about protein from other sources, like pea, rice, and flax?

In a webinar with Herbalife, a world-leading protein supplier, and an experienced consultant and protein researcher, we explore the scientific and business aspects of protein, from amino acid profiles and uptakes, to potential to enhance bioavailability and reduce costs by using ingredients such as probiotics and enzymes.

Hear from leading suppliers

In addition, leading ingredient suppliers will present their latest research, new product concepts, and information about their ingredients for sports nutrition applications. These webinars will provide formulators with a wide variety of solutions, including different ingredients for a range of health outcomes/targets - from endurance and muscle strength to recovery and rehydration - for a variety of product applications.

With the market predicted to grow between 3-5% over the next four years, you cannot afford to be left behind. Sign up today for Sports Nutrition 2013.

Live Supplier Webinars

Polyphenols tipped to become the way to innovate in Sports Nutrition
Alpha & Omega in Sports Nutrition – Using Omega 3’s and A-GPC to improve performance and recovery.
KD Pharma
Orally bioavailable standardized botanical derivatives in sport nutrition: special focus on recovery in post-intense physical activities
Collagen in motion: move freely and keep your injuries in check
Leading manufacturer of gelatine and collagen peptides
Life’s too short for slow proteins. Whey proteins hydrolysates: Fast delivery for enhanced performance
Arla Foods Ingredients
What it Takes to Compete and Win in Today’s Sports Nutrition Market
Sports Nutrition Snapshot: Key regional drivers and delivery format innovations
William Reed Business Media
Gutsy performance: How can microbiome modulation help athletes and weekend warriors
William Reed Business Media
Pushing the boundaries: Where’s the line between ‘cutting edge nutrition’ and doping
William Reed Business Media

On demand Supplier Webinars

High-amylose maize starch may reduce the risk of type 2 diabetes: what does this qualified health claim mean?
Balancing Innovation and Risk in Sports Nutrition Ingredients
Explaining bio-hacking: is there a marketing opportunity for food companies?
William Reed Business Media
Personalized Nutrition – how an industry can take part in shaping the future of Nutrition
BASF Nutrition & Health
Find out Nutritional and ingredient lifecycle solutions and strategies!
Is the time rIpe for I-nutrition?
William Reed Business Media
The Advantage of Outsourcing Fermentation-based Manufacturing Processes
Evonik Health Care
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