AACS presentations – growth in a time of uncertainty

    AACS will host two presentations across Melbourne, Brisbane and Sydney in November.

    The presentations will address how a business can ensure it continues to grow in a sustainable way during a time of high uncertainty and disruptions.

    To be addressed in the first presentation is the intersection of food, health, nutrition and disruption. This will be presented by CEO of the Food Innovation Centre at Melbourne’s Monash University Dr Angeline Achariya.

    The second presentation will come from Patties Foods General Manager of Marketing & Innovation Anand Surujpal. He will address Patties’ on-the-go food study, which has looked at aspects of the industry such as the customer journey and opportunities to help retailers grow.

    As 2019 approaches, AACS says these presentations are of key interest in an increasingly competitive marketplace and should not be missed by retailers and suppliers; category, marketing and insights teams; and senior company executives looking at developing collaborative strategies with their customers.


    • November 26: The NAB Arena, Melbourne.
    • November 27: The Marriott, Brisbane.
    • November 28: The Westin, Sydney.

    Breakfast will be served.

    RSVP by Friday November 9:

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