The Drinks Industry Show returns to Sydney


By FoodProcessing Staff
Thursday, 13 April, 2017


The Drinks Industry Show will showcase the best in wine, beer, spirits and service providers from across the globe and reconnect producers and distributors of alcoholic beverages with senior-level decision-makers from the trade.

Attendees can look forward to two days of networking, masterclasses, taste testings, mixology demonstrations and a free seminar program.

The event has joined forces with Fiona McDonald, director of the Wine Chronicles, who will create a program with industry leaders addressing the key trends and challenges facing the drinks industry today. As part of the program Guiseppe Minissale, president of the Australian Liquor Stores Association, and John Hart, CEO of the Restaurant and Catering Industry Association, will discuss the state of the Australian beverage industry and as a buyer and seller, what this means for you.

After an extended research phase, seminar sessions will be specifically designed to tackle real live issues facing both on- and off-premise buyers today with the goal of empowering attendees to shape and improve their businesses.

An eclectic mix of suppliers from Spain, China, New Zealand and Australia have already confirmed their place at what is set to be the ‘must attend’ event of 2017 for the drinks trade.

Whether you are looking to source new product, keep up to date with the latest trends or network away with the great and the good of the industry, The Drinks Industry Show is the place to be.

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