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Food South Australia Summit 2018

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Ian McLachlan Room, Level 3,

Adelaide Oval Western Stand

War Memorial Drive

North Adelaide, SA 5006

Australia

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Find out about The Next BIG Things impacting the food and beverage industry globally and locally from speakers including IBISWorld's Phil Ruthven, HMPS' Shaun Westcott, Nutrition Innovation's Dr David Kannar and Glenn Cooper AM.

Get the big picture: Our international experts will help you understand what global trends, the emergence of Industry 4.0 (including new tech in packaging and processing) and opportunities in food waste mean for your business. Plus we'll be asking what South Australia should do now to stand out from the crowd in our key export markets.

Learn from the local experience: Our South Australian business presenters who have been there and done that in export will share what they've learned along the way, and give you an detailed insight into preparing for game changing opportunities such as a sale offer for your business.

The Food South Australia Summit is where industry professionals and stakeholders gather to update knowledge, hear from the experts and connect with colleagues. This one-day conference is the food and beverage industry's premier annual education event, designed to provide staff at all levels with practical information - and lots of inspiration too.

View the full 2018 Food South Australia Summit program here.


Car parking is available in the Wilson East Car Park (entry from King William Road) or the Wilson North Car Park (entry from Pennington Terrace). View map here. Don't forget to validate your ticket at the conference registration desk for all day parking for just $14.50.

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Ian McLachlan Room, Level 3,

Adelaide Oval Western Stand

War Memorial Drive

North Adelaide, SA 5006

Australia

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Refund Policy

No Refunds

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