SPORTS NUTRITION SUMMIT ON 12-14 OCT

24 hours to go! Come to your SANSES & confirm your interest in the summit of all Summits!

By Will Chu

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If you haven’t registered for the NutraIngredients' Sports & Active Nutrition Summit Europe (SANSE), set to kick off tomorrow on 12 October, then do it now! Places are limited and you don’t want to miss out!
Nick Morgan
This year's SANSE Chair, Nick Morgan, Director, Sports Integrated (UK). ©NMorgan

Now in its 4th year, NutraIngredients are excited to return with this digital summit, where industry expert and guest host Nick Morgan, will guide you through the current state of the sports nutrition market.

Here with the help of the latest available market data, Nick will he’ll discuss how the market is performing, where is it growing, and where is it declining, aided by the industry’s most prominent thought leaders and business heads, who are in best position to shape the sector’s growing fortunes.

These special guests include Garyth Stone, Managing Director, Houlihan Lokey, Dr Mariette Abrahams, CEO & Founder of Qina,

Garyth then joins Robert Walker, Head of Business Development and Growth at Aminolabs Group for a panel discussion that asks where the next business opportunities are in sports nutrition?

Chaired by Nick, the Director of UK-based consultancy Sports Integrated (UK), the discussion gathers panellists, who have built sports nutrition brands from scratch and have worked for the biggest US and  European sports nutrition brands, to also make predictions for 2022 as we emerge out of the pandemic.

Emma Gardner
Emma Gardner, Lead Performance Nutritionist, English Institute of Sport. ©EmmaGardner

The morning session then takes on an Olympic theme as Emma Gardner, Lead Performance Nutritionist, English Institute of Sport, England Men's Cricket and Great Britain Women's Hockey, takes to the stage to present.

Gardner will describe her experiences in elite level competition as she is fresh from her journey to the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games that yielded a bronze medal with the women’s hockey team.

Gardner, who is also a nutritionist with England Men's Cricket, will discuss what is it like to be part of the Olympic experience as a nutritionist that includes carrying out her role in a biosecure bubble, the challenge of logistics and the nutritional solutions to travel, heat and humidity.

On-demand content

In addition to the live shows, those registered will also be able to download on-demand content. The opportunities for networking will be plenty, with a one-to-one booking system which will allow you to schedule meetings with other attendees before, during and after the three-day event.

This year’s event caters to both industry and academia with an industry ticket costing €299.00 and an academic ticket costs €149. Take look at the agenda​​ for the summit and then kick yourself at what

James Morton
Prof. James Morton, Director of Performance Solutions, Science in Sport and Professor of Exercise Metabolism, Liverpool John Moores University. ©JMorton

you could’ve missed!

Tomorrow’s afternoon session takes a closer look at innovation with Georgie Bruinvels, Research Scientist at Orreco giving her thoughts on the physiological demands of female athletes.

New and emerging literature coupled with ongoing in-field experience means the needs of the female athlete is fast catching up with their male equivalent.

Highlighting individual variations both between and in female athletes, this presentation will discuss Orreco’s approach to working with female athletes and practitioners in this space.

Professor James Morton, Director of Performance Solutions, Science in Sport, is next on the agenda with a presentation entitled, ‘A Science Based Approach to Innovation.’

Morton, also a Professor of Exercise Metabolism at Liverpool John Moores University will explain that in the context of "performance nutrition", innovations in product solutions should align to improving performance.

With this in mind, this presentation will outline the Science in Sport group's approach to product innovation, an approach that is fuelled by science and proven by performance.

What are consumers looking for?

Melissa Snover Burton
Melissa Snover Burton CEO and Founder Remedy Health & Nourished. ©MSBurton

The day’s second Panel Discussion gathers Karl Bickley, Head of Innovation, Glanbia Performance Nutrition, Ryan Page, Senior NPD Manager, Foodspring and Professor Morton to ask what it is consumers are looking for from today’s sports nutrition brands.

Do they care about science, is it all about convenience, is the future plant based? The panel’s aim is to sift through which trends are important and which ones aren’t (yet?).

The day rounds off with Melissa Snover Burton, CEO and Founder of Remedy Health & Nourished on the power of 3D Printing.

Nourished uses patented 3D printing technology and a vegan encapsulation formula to combine seven ingredients into one personalised nutrition gummy stack.

Melissa will expand upon how 3D printing technology, not only allows for scalable authentic customisation in real time, but also speeds up NPD processes to expand possibilities for innovation to a whole new level.

The stage is set for big industry names to fill the (virtual) room, and top-level speakers on the stage. With hours to go until the main event kicks off, reserve​your place, and become active in the fastest growing Sports Nutrition community out there!

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