As a blogger, obsessive instagrammer and huge food lover I am interested in how social media is affecting my relationship with food and the way I experience it. If you’re as interested as I am check out the details of this event I’ll be at (working!)….
Digital Blonde will chair a thought-provoking event at the Telegraph Media Group during Social Media Week, exploring how social media is changing our emotional relationship with food.
25th September Free to Attend Social Media Week Panel Discussion #SMWFoodPsych
The event will exclusively reveal the results of a series of psychological experiments from a food tasting event held days earlier and hosted by Artizian Catering, creators of FOODOLOGY®.
An expert panel chaired by Digital Blonde Karen Fewell, author of forthcoming book #FoodPorn, will discuss and deliberate the findings with the aim of understanding more about how consumers today experience food.
The panel will also explore how the sharing of these experiences in a social media context is changing consumer beliefs around food, eating and health as well as what affect this ultimately has on food purchasing decisions. The event is set to be a lively and thought-provoking occasion. There will be plenty of opportunities to have your say, ask questions and speak to panellists in more detail too.
This unique panel event will appeal to everyone from chefs and caterers to foodies, food brands and marketing and digital teams. In short, anyone interested in understanding how social media is changing our relationship with food should save the date.
On the Panel
Nathalie Nahai – The Web Psychologist @TheWebPsych
Sam Michel – Director of Chinwag @ToodlePip
Ed Butcher – Head of Online at Square Meal @SquareMeal
Rob Kurz – Foodologist® @robbiekurz
Tracey Fairclough – Commercial Director at Artizian Catering @TAFairclough
Chef – to be announced shortly
It’s free to attend so why not visit the Eventbrite page and register now? See you there! xXx