AgFunder Digitalk #3: How Covid-19 is accelerating innovation across the food system with S2G Ventures

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For the third episode of our new What The Fork? Digitalks by AgFunder series, AgFunder was joined by S2G Ventures, the world’s most active foodtech and agtech venture capital investor, to exclusively discuss new research conducted by the firm.

S2G recently published a report looking at how the Covid-19 pandemic is impacting the global food supply chain, and the role that technology can play in creating a more resilient agrifood ecosystem.

The S2G team left no stone unturned, looking through the history of past pandemics – even as far back as the Plague of Justinian, which ravaged the Byzantine Empire in the sixth century AD – to understand how economies were affected by outbreaks, and how they recovered in their aftermath.

In this episode of What The Fork?, investment experts from both firms discussed the report’s findings, highlighting which areas of tech innovation will prove critical to building a healthier, more sustainable, and more secure food system in the post-Covid world.

Joining AgFunder’s head of media and research Louisa Burwood-Taylor for this third digitalk were:

You can watch a video recording of the webinar by scrolling down to the bottom of this page. We’ll also be posting an audio-only recording of the session via our Future Food podcast at a later date.

Before you dive into the full version, here are a few of the key takeaways from the webinar:

Download S2G’s full report here.

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