Member price : HK$ 5,760 per head for 2 days
Non member price : HK$ 5,760 per head for 2 days


* This course has been included in the list of registered public courses under the Reindustrialisation and Technology Training Programme (RTTP) by VTC – (Click here to learn more)
– with up to HK$3,840 subsidy for each eligible applicant

** Certificate will be given to participants with 100% attendance.

Interested parties can register online 2 weeks before the course commencement date. Confirmation email will be sent to successful candidates 3 days prior to the event. Please settle your payment by cheque payable to "GS1 Hong Kong Ltd" with remarks "Food Traceability Training" as well as contact information (company name, name of registrant, tel. no. and email) at the back and mail to: GS1 Hong Kong, 22/F, OTB Building, 160 Gloucester Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong

 

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Enquiry: Mr. Ng | Tel: +852 2863 9753 | training@gs1hk.org
 

Food safety incidents can negatively impact both the government and industries. The government may face trading losses, embargo on products, increase in healthcare costs, and loss of consumer confidence. For the food industry, more serious cases not only lead to business loss, but also a total wind-up and even lawsuit. Food safety incidents should never be taken lightly as the impact can be extended to the entire industry or even country.

 

Supply chain traceability is one of the ways to mitigate the risk. There is an increasing trend for food related companies to digitalize their operations and better manage their supply chain with traceability. An interoperable digitalized system enables food companies to manage and predict product supplies. GS1, a global supply chain standards organization, developed Global Traceability Standards (GTS) to support businesses to uplift their traceability standard, comply with the regulatory requirements and other trade requirements.

 

The course helps participants to get holistic overview of current trends in digitalization for food manufacturing and distribution. At the end of the course, participants will be able to understand key aspects of data-driven business model design and evaluate the feasibility in implementing to their own businesses.

  • Operations, manufacturing, innovation, supply chain or logistics managerial staff.
  • Thorough discussions will cover major issues on how to implement data-driven manufacturing and distribution.
    • Gain knowledge about the impact of digital transformation and other related technologies
    • Join discussions about current business model against emerging data-driven model.
    • Understand how to analyse current readiness level for data-driven activities related to manufacturing and distribution.
    • Figure out how to design a data-driven business model.
    • Be inspired with industrial use cases of data-driven business models.
  • A guided tour at Internet of Things (IoT) Centre

6 Key Topics:

•Driving Forces of Digital Transformation

•Game Changing Technologies

•Current Digitalization Level and Readiness Level Analysis

•Business Impacts on Data-driven versus Non Data-driven Models

•Systematic Approach on Implementing Data-driven Business Model

•Business Simulation Exercise: Data-driven Business Model for a F&B operator

Day 1 -

Digital Transformation via Data Driven Business Models 

Day 2 -

Data-Driven Readiness Checking & Implementation Approaches

09:30

 Digital Transformation for Food Manufacturing & Distribution

  • Current situation of digitalization approaches in food manufacturing and distribution
  • Driving forces of digital transformation
09:30

Developments of Data-driven Business Models and Case Sharing

  • Digitalization level analysis and framework
  • Data-driven business model development
  • Case sharing on data-driven business
11:15

Digital Transformation for Food Manufacturing & Distribution

  • Game changing technologies
  • The impact of technologies on businesses
11:15

Business Simulation on Data-Driven Business Exercise 

  • Data-driven business model vs. Non-data business model
  • Exercise
14:00

Digital Transformation for Food Manufacturing & Distribution

  • The impact of technologies on businesses
  • IoT Centre Experiential Tour
14:00

Business Simulation on Data-Driven Business Exercise 

  • Group discussion of results and debrief
16:15

Debrief and Group Discussion

  • SWOT Analysis
  • Potential of Data-Driven Business Models
16:15

Debrief and Group Discussion

  • Comparisons of data-driven business models
  • Conclusion
17:00

End of Day 1

17:00 End of Training

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