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10th and 11th August 2016
Bayview Eden, Melbourne

FoodProcure – 2016

Preparing Procurement for a World of Change in the Food and Beverage Supply Chain

 Programme  Register Now 

FoodProcure – 2016

Preparing Procurement for a World of Change in the Food and Beverage Supply Chain

 Programme  Register Now 

FoodProcure – 2016

Preparing Procurement for a World of Change in the Food and Beverage Supply Chain

 Programme  Register Now 

FoodProcure – 2016

Preparing Procurement for a World of Change in the Food and Beverage Supply Chain

 Programme  Register Now 

 

Reasons to attend

  • Understand the drivers of change impacting the food and beverage sector both now and in the future

  • Hear examples of what strategies and models procurement are adopting to deliver value in other organisations in your sector

  • Uncover answers to the key challenges facing procurement and supply professionals in the sector

  • Learn how organisations are managing risk in all its forms

  • Explore the skills and capabilities that you will need to manage the food and beverage supply chain both now and in the future

  • Discover how organisations are building flexible contracts that balance security of supply with the opportunity to take advantage of short-term price movements

  • Identify opportunities to deliver further value to your organisation

 

Plus receive the following benefits pre and post-conference:

  • Pre-conference

  • Join the closed networking group for the conference enabling you to see who else is attending and to arrange to meet at the event

  • Preview presentations and pose questions that you would like to see speakers address as part of their sessions or in one-to-one meetings with speakers during the event (this helps speakers to deliver exactly what you are looking for)

  • Post-Conference  

    The event experience should not end at the close of day two. Post-conference you will be able to:

  • Participate in online round-table discussions on key issues raised during the conference or on specific challenges that you face that were not addressed in the main programme

  • Continue discussions started at the conference in the closed networking group

  • Access video recordings of the sessions to refresh your memory on the key takeaways from the sessions or to share with your colleagues

 

Who should attend

  • Procurement and supply managers in the agribusiness, food and beverage manufacturing, processing and retailing industries

  • Senior Executives, Business development, sales and marketing managers from suppliers of produce to the food and beverage sector

  • Advisors, consultants, business development/sales managers from suppliers of support services to the food and beverage sectors such as technology solutions providers, commodity pricing information, import/export services, 3PL suppliers, packaging, etc.

Download the Brochure

 Featured Speakers 

Nick Peksa, Business Development Director,
Mintec

Trish Gleeson, Director of Agricultural Commodities,
ABARES

Adel Salman, Head of Supply Chain,
Bega Cheese Limited

Dr Angeline Achariya, General Manager – Food Innovation Centre,
Mondelez Australia

Thomas Tuszynski, Group Category Manager – Food & Beverage,
Crown Resorts Limited

Federrico Bettini, Director of Strategic Procurement,
Lion Nathan

Peter Liddell, Partner- Asia Pacific Head of Strategy & Operations,
KPMG Australia

Sponsorship Opportunities

FoodProcure provides suppliers of produce, goods or services that supply or support the procurement and beverage sector with a unique opportunity to engage with an audience of influential purchasing decision makers.

Whether you wish to build brand awareness or generate direct sales opportunities we will have a package to work for you.

To discuss which option would work best for you, please contact:

Vanessa Preece
T. 07 5644 0506
E. vanessa@bttbonline.com

or

Nigel Pretty
T. 07 5644 0510
E. nigelp@bttbonline.com

Thanks to our Event Partner

Thanks to our Cocktail Sponsor

Thanks to our Day One Luncheon Sponsor