NatchCom first-ever food tech conference set for Feb. 9-11 in Boulder

Friday December 8, 2017 0 comments Tags: Boulder, NatchCom, Ted Ning, Galvanize Boulder


BOULDER -- NatchCom, the first ever e-commerce and digital marketing conference specifically targeting the $200 billion natural and organic industry, announced its inaugural event on Feb. 9-11, 2018 at the Galvanize Boulder campus.natchcom-logo

NatchCom focuses on the $11 billion online sales for the natural/organic industry as well as all types of digital marketing relevant to category. It’s the first conference of its kind, bringing together under one roof two of Boulder's most renowned industry sectors -- tech and natural/organic products. 

“We couldn’t be happier to launch this national conference in Boulder,” said Ted Ning, NatchCom executive director and former director of the LOHAS conferences, one of the natural product industry’s most successful conference series.

“NatchCom is a natural evolution for the natural products industry as well as the city, with major companies like Google and Justin’s Nut Butter operating only blocks away.”

“Like so many other categories, digital is transforming the natural/organic world, as seen in Amazon purchasing Whole Foods Markets,” Ning said. “Online sales of natural products tipped an astounding $11 billion last year and is the fastest growing vertical in this food category.

“And it’s only just begun. We believe digital will help accelerate the transformation of America’s food system to better products and production. In turn, NatchCom aims to help natural/organic brands across the country navigate the profits, growth and change that can be unlocked online.”

The two-and-a-half-day conference will include speakers from Google, Amazon, Shopify, leading natural product companies and many more.

Conference sponsors include Bing, Booyah Advertising, Volume 9, eHouse Studios, Marketing Nomads, Red Idea Partners, Capital Value Advisors, Compass Natural, Naturally Boulder, Wild Zora, Good Spread, New Resource Bank, Care2 and Mutual of Omaha Bank.

For more information, contact [email protected]