Thank you for your interest in participating in the Good Food Conference, the world’s most in-depth, cross-sector gathering focused on the power and potential of alternative proteins to fundamentally change food and agriculture.
GFC registration fees are used to offset conference expenses and support the mission of the Good Food Institute, a nonprofit think tank and open-access resource hub powered by philanthropy. A limited number of fee-waived registrations are available for qualifying attendees with restricted conference budgets, such as students, academics, and early-career professionals.
Can’t pay full price? We don’t want cost to be a barrier to your attendance. Consider applying for a waived registration fee.
Available opportunities for fee-waived registrations:
Complimentary in-person registration:
Complimentary virtual registration:
Applicants for fee-waived registrations should have a professional interest in alternative proteins and limited access to financial resources. Applicants must include a short reflective essay on how attending GFC 2023 would further their professional development, and how their active participation in the alternative protein ecosystem will help transform the global food system.
The GFC 2023 fee-waived program’s objective is to increase accessibility to the Good Food Conference. In the spirit of transparency and fairness, the following criteria will be used to assess the applications. Limited funds have been reserved to underwrite these registrations, and the top-scoring applications will be awarded a complimentary registration until these funds have been depleted.
|Fee-waived applications open||Thursday, May 11|
|Fee-waived application deadline||Friday, June 9 (11:59 EDT)|
|Fee-waived notification||Friday, June 16|
|Early registration deadline||Friday, June 30 (11:59 EDT)|
|Good Food Conference 2023||September 18 to 20|
For questions about applying for fee-waived registration, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.