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From writing the manifesto for the Nordic food revolution and co-founding Noma, a perennial “World’s Best Restaurant,” to launching an indigenous food movement in Bolivia that has trained thousands of young people and is unlocking a new sense of national pride, Claus Meyer has always been motivated by goals that stretch far beyond the profit-motive.
Addressing issues such as the importance of unconventional thinking and naïve ambition, how to create an avalanche-like cultural movement rather than a traditional business plan, and why we (and our teams) need to remain in close touch with our values and passions if we are to be truly successful, this “son of the microwave oven” will share insights from his gastronomic, business and philanthropic journey.
Claus Meyer, co-founder of the New Nordic food movement, came to America from Copenhagen, Denmark, in 2016 with his culinary and social success in tow. From cofounding the world-renowned Noma to Studio to the socially impactful Melting Pot Foundation, Claus brings years of experience and a hunger for helping all through food.