Speaking. Writing. Workshops. Consulting.

Eve Turow Paul is a thought-leader’s thought leader. She has one of the most engaging presentations I’ve seen in all my years working in this industry.
— Bob Krinsky, The Krinsky Company



  • MEG, National Restaurant Association, May 2018
  • NBJ Summit, July 2018


  • Google Food Lab, Spring 2018
  • Hunger to Health Collaboratory
  • Oxford Farming Conference, 2018
  • The Culinary Institute's ReThink Food, 2017
    • Stream presentation here.
  • SNAC Conference 2017
  • American Bakers Association Conference 2017
  • Forbes Mixing Bowl NYC 2017
  • #FoodPorn or Bust: The Socialization of Food, SXSW 2017
  • Engaging Millennials in New Media Through the Lens of Food, SXSW 2017
  • Compass Culinary Marketing Summit 2017
  • Steelite Annual Trends Connect Conference 2017
  • Oilseed & Grain Trade Summit 2016
  • Delaware North Food & Beverage Summit 2016
  • Net Impact Conference 2016
  • Swissnex Launch 2016
  • Nestlé Food4Talk Conference 2016
  • The Mixing Bowl NYC Ag Tech Conference 2016
  • IFMA COEX 2016
  • Stony Brook Southampton Food Lab Conference 2016
  • Panasonic Lab 1.0 2015
  • UC Davis Food, Ag and Health Solution Summit 2015
  • ...Or, at a number of private speaking events!


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A Taste of Generation Yum



Eve’s insightful and thorough research were the basis for one of the most productive brand workshops I have ever taken part in. Beyond sharing the key points summarized from her book, her real value was in her intimate understanding of the millennial audience and ability to translate that knowledge into helping us develop actionable strategies and plans for communicating with them moving forward.
— Tonia Mancino, Group Marketing Manager, Nestlé Waters North America Inc.


Eve’s understanding of our rapidly evolving food culture helped our team gain new perspectives on the forces that shape the adoption and advocacy of our products. She helped us gain a much more contextual and causal view of the movement we are a part of.
— Scott Norton, Founder, Sir Kensington's