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October 30, 2018

6:30 PM - Reading

There is a huge amount of discussion on how we will compete in both the domestic and international markets post-March 2019 - but how good is the UK, really? What do we need to do to compete? Where do we need to do better? and what can we learn from others?

Come and ask a panel of experts from across the supply chain, including:
  • Damien Flynn, Agricultural Attache at the Irish Embassy
  • Jude Capper, Livestock Sustainability Consultant
  • Anand Dossa, Economist from the NFU
  • Frances Bonner – PepsiCo, National Account Manager, Tesco

This discussion will be chaired by John Giles, Divisional Director at Promar International and a senior member of the FDA of the CIM team.

This event is being run in conjunction with the Thames Valley branch of the Institute of Agricultural Management.

CPD category: Insights
Duration: 1.5 hours

Registration and networking is from 18:30, the event starts at 19:00 and finishes at 20:45. If you are non-EU resident, please call the Regional Events team to make your booking

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Whiteknights Campus, University of Reading
Department of Agriculture and Food
Earley Gate
Earley, Reading
Berkshire
RG6 7BE
United Kingdom

Sector: Food Drink and Agriculture

Region: South-East
Map link: click here

Speakers: John Giles

Contact:

Regional Events team

cim.events@cim.co.uk

+44 (0)1628 427340

Prices

  • Member: £10
  • Studying member: £0
  • Student: £0
  • Non-member: £15

Prices shown are inclusive of VAT. If you have any special requirements, please contact the Regional Events Team.

Please book online for this event. If you cannot do so, please call the Regional Events Team on +44 (0)1628 427 340.

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