SPONSORED: Five great reasons to attend Food and Grocery Australia 2017
Food and Grocery Australia 2017 looks to build on its reputation of the industry’s key forum, covering retailers, market researchers, sector analysts and subject matter experts on issue from across the FMGC sector.
This is major event for the $126 billion Australian Food and Grocery sector, providing the platform for effective analysis on the performance and future direction of this fundamental driver of the Australian economy. Food and Grocery Australia 2017 offers:
Unprecedented Insights; Obtain first hand insight and clarity on the key issues and challenges facing the industry in 2017 and beyond from leading international and local subject matter experts. You will not get international and Australian executive level engagement from retailers, market researchers, sector analysts anywhere else.
Access and engagement; Network and expand your insight to the Australasian FMCG business environment. Catch up with trading partners and industry peers in an energized environment. Finger on the pulse; Hear directly from speakers who are leaders in their files on the key current and emerging trends which will form key pillars of your internal and external business strategies for the years ahead. Whether it is the latest strategy from retailers, assessment of consumer trends, or updates on the Food and Grocery Code of Conduct – this event will provide the most accurate, current and effective analysis of all aspects of the value chain.
Market intelligence; Take actionable insights back to your business for operating in a consumer led world in which innovation and collaboration are critical. Hear from the leaders of market research, brand development and supply chain efficiency both here and abroad.
Cost and time Effective; Benefit from a unique event developed by industry for industry. Conscious of value of your time, FGA 2017 packs the two day program with executive level content and opportunities which will enable you to drive value for your business. At the cost of $1,850 for AFGC members and $3,850 for non-members – this forums provides the best value for money.
More information, visit http://www.afgc.org.au/.