(Previous Speaker at 2013 & 2014 Protein Trends & Technologies Seminars)
Presentation: Growth Opportunities in the Global Protein Ingredients Market
Speaker: Christopher Shanahan, MSc, Frost & Sullivan’s Agriculture & Nutrition Practice
Frost & Sullivan monitors and analyzes emerging trends, technologies and market dynamics in the Food Ingredient industries. Projects have included in-depth analysis and pricing trend tracking of the green chemical markets, fatty acids market, preservatives and other food additive markets, organic food markets, commodity markets and polymers in personal care products market, among others.
Chris’ specific expertise centers on the analysis of production and consumption behavior within food ingredient and dietary supplement markets, as well as experience in the specialty chemical and personal care industry supply chains using mathematical programming, statistical benefit-cost analysis, and other strategic models for use in syndicated research and customized business consulting projects.
Prior to joining Frost & Sullivan, Chris was a Research Analyst at The Ohio State University. He has direct experience in econometric-based market analysis; the analysis of production and consumption behavior, mathematical programming; and statistical benefit-cost analysis. Additionally, he has done research using hedonic pricing models, product innovation adoption analysis, and the application of statistical decision models that explore product adoption and usage, business strategy adoption, and production process adoption.
Christopher has a MSc in Agricultural Economics and a BS in Agriculture, Agricultural Economics and Agribusiness from The Ohio State University.
Frost & Sullivan, the Growth Partnership Company, enables clients to accelerate growth and achieve best in class positions in growth, innovation and leadership. The company’s Growth Partnership Service provides the CEO and the CEO’s Growth Team with disciplined research and best practice models to drive the generation, evaluation and implementation of powerful growth strategies. Frost & Sullivan leverages over 50 years of experience in partnering with Global 1000 companies, emerging businesses and the investment community from more than 40 offices on six continents.
2017 Protein Trends & Technologies Seminar Presentation Description:
Growth Opportunities in the Global Protein Ingredients Markets
This presentation will look at the key factors boosting the demand for protein ingredients globally, as well as other key growth factors aiding the distribution of both opportunities and threats across the value chain. Specifically, the objective of this briefing is to present a market overview of the global protein ingredients market, sourced from both animal and vegetable sources, including insights into market dynamics by product type, region, and end application.
2014 Protein Trends & Technologies Seminar Presentation Description:
Size, Share, Sources and Segments: Analysis and Forecasts for Value-Added Protein Ingredients
Protein fortification is increasingly an option for meeting the global challenges of nutritional deficiencies in the developing world, while combating the rise of certain disease in developed economies. However, the current protein ingredient supplier space is highly fragmented, which makes quickly identifying and addressing opportunities and threats to this market segment critical for long term success. This presentation discusses current factors boosting the demand for protein ingredients in 2013 and 2014 as well as other key Mega Trends creating both opportunities and threats across the global protein value chain. Its specific focus will be on providing an overview of global protein ingredients-sourced from both animals and plants-including insights into market dynamics by product type, region, and end application.
2013 Protein Trends & Technologies Seminar Presentation
Description: Strategic Insights into the Global Protein Ingredient Market
New research expanding on Frost & Sullivan’s protein marketplace reports provided a powerful overview of the state of the world’s protein ingredient supply. International drivers, limitations and demands for animal and plant protein ingredients for food and beverages were analyzed and implications discussed. The building blocks of protein-enhanced products, including ingredients from dairy, egg and gelatin to soy, wheat, pea and others were considered.