Re:fresh Conference! I know you’re busy, time is at a premium and you haven’t the slightest inclination to attend an industry conference where a bunch of boring academics bang on about same old. Well I’m laying down a challenge – I travel around a lot and speak to you a lot and what’s more, I listen to you a lot. Since I joined the industry, over 30 years ago, there remains an apathetic, whinging element and I’m asking you to put your money where your mouth is and join us in our efforts to up the ante with this industry debate. It’s once a year, for one afternoon and if you haven’t been before you will be amazed at the networking opportunity. If you’re already booked for the awards dinner why not arrive a few hours early and join in the conference? Help us change the face of conferencing – make this a vehicle for reform, for honest and open meaningful discussion.
We have an outstanding line up who have given of their time to lead the debate – where else would you get the chance to directly question Minister Jim Paice on the future of our industry, or discuss challenges and opportunities with our panel, Jane Speakman of Wm Morrisons, Gary Marshall of Bevington Salads and New Covent Garden Market Tenants Association, Nigel Harris of Fresh Direct and Peter Durose of Fresh Approach? Add the Olympic Committee’s Jan Matthews to the mix and we have covered all the bases to provide serious, meaningful discussion on future challenges and opportunities in each of these sectors.
Sponsored by Prophet and Florette, Re:fresh 2011 is held on Thursday 19 May at the Intercontinental London Park Lane. Re:fresh is organised by FPC and The Fresh Produce Journal.
For information about sponsorship opportunities and the Expo contact Linda Bloomfield at firstname.lastname@example.org