Taking place 5-7 October at the Amsterdam Marriott Hotel, SANSE once again strives to deliver the very best insights from the sports and active nutrition arena.
The three-day event is built of five key topic pillars:
State of the Nation
What’s happening in sports nutrition and how is the industry changing? This session will discuss the latest trends, challenges and opportunities facing the industry, and its impact both now and in the future.
Fuelling Performance and Recovery
Many factors impact performance and recovery, both of which are recognised as of equal importance for active individuals. Experts will explore the most important factors, including immunity, mind, mood and sleep (amongst others).
Biological Based Nutrition - The Female Athlete
Female athletes face a range of challenges that vary widely from those of their male counterparts. Our speakers will identify what we know (or don’t know) about the female athlete, and what implications this has on product development.
Sports Nutrition in a Digital Age
Technology is evolving, consumers are changing, and sports nutrition is becoming more digital. This can mean many things, but it starts with the growth of online DTC ecommerce, an increased focus on personalisation, and the inevitable fascination with the world of gaming and esports.
Keeping People Active
If you are not healthy, you can’t perform. Keeping athletes training and consumers exercising is one of the most important areas for innovation. Our experts consider the primary reasons that prevent from exercising (e.g. injury) and how we can reduce this.
Top level speakers
Experts sharing their insights and knowledge at the event include:
Mariette Abrahams, PhD, Qina
Lou Antonio Matera, Youth Sport Nutrition Ltd
Juliet Barratt, Grenade
Karl Bickley, Glanbia Performance Nutrition
Lee Boakes, Huel
Kristin Jonvik, Norwegian School of Sport Science
Simon Jurkiw, Bulk
Zarina Kanji, Alibaba
George Kruis, FourFive
Adam Leyland, The Grocer
Dr Sam Moss, Chester University
Garyth Stone, Houlihan Lokey
Dr Gulrez Zariwala, University of Westminster
Nick Morgan, Sports Integrated (UK)
For more information and to register, please click HERE.