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Australian Food and Grocery Council Symposium 2021

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21 Jul 21 | UTC Time: 12:00 AM - 21 Jul 21 | UTC Time: 12:00 AM

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The Australian Food and Grocery Council’s (AFGC) 2021 Symposium is a one-day, multi-stream, online event designed to give our members relevant, real-world insights into the challenges, changes and opportunities that exist for our vitally important sector.

Industry experts from around Australia will discuss the big picture for the food and grocery sector.  Delegates can tailor their choices to a presentation stream that is most relevant to their role and interests, with specialised channels covering Supply Chain, Sustainability, Commercial, Nutrition and Regulation, and Trade. The streams include a mix of keynote presentations, roundtable discussions, and panel Q&A’s and they offer a chance to explore how our sector is meeting industry-wide challenges, developing new capabilities and enhancing connection with stakeholders.

The AFGC 2021 Symposium is targeted for maximum relevance to industry practitioners and is priced to allow member companies to optimise attendance across functions. This is an event run by industry, for industry and is one not to be missed!

*This is a closed door event for members only.

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Session title: Panel Discussion: New frontiers for Growth

Session description: Post COVID world will see unequal economic recoveries, disparate category growths and new consumer preferences, presenting both challenges and opportunities for diversification and growth.

Join this session to understand which markets present new frontiers for growth, learn how to succeed in these markets and what Government support is available.

Panel Members:

> Bruno Mascart, Founder and President, Altios International

> Maya Shehayeb, General Manager Australasia, Euromonitor

> Anne Maree Weston, Head, Agribusiness & Food Centre of Excellence, Austrade

Session date and time: Wednesday, 21 July 2021 at 11.30am AEST

Speaker name and title: Maya Shehayeb - General Manager Australasia, Euromonitor International

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