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10 Oct 2014
We welcome you to our business breakfast with our
Guest Speaker Mr Michael Schaper Deputy Chairman ACCC
ACCC Focus: Current Competition Issues in Australian Agriculture
Australian Competition and Consumer Commission Deputy Chairman, Dr Michael Schaper, will discuss some of the key issues in the Australian agricultural sector currently being dealt with by the ACCC. This will include recent developments in the supermarket sector; food credence claims such as free range and origin labelling, the Horticulture Code of Conduct, the wheat export regime; merger reviews; and a review of the Act.
- Where: The Playford 120 North Tce Adelaide
- When: Friday 10th Oct
- Time: 7.00 am for registration, tea & coffee with 7.30 am start concluding at 9 am
- Cost: $70 per person, Members $55 and Students $45
*Students please contact Administration to proceed with your booking firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 0448840232 to speak to Deb.
Follow the links to book and make payment online.
15 Oct 2014
AAA NSW Agribusiness Breakfast
Wednesday, 15th Oct at UUSC
We welcome you to our next breakfast,
'Australian Beef Industry – Opportunities and Challenges'
The opportunity to hear from someone who has spent his lifetime working in the meat industry, is a ground breaker who understands markets, works on finding opportunities and converting these to market focused reality.
Guest Speaker: Mr Richard RainsRichard is a director of Paraway Pastoral Co Ltd and the Arcadian Organic & Natural Meat Co. He is a member of the Advisory Board of the Australian Export Council; and Cattle Council of Australia and former CEO of Sanger Australia. He is also the recipient of the 2012 Export Hero’s award and 2013 Special Industry Recognition Award.More >>
Richard grew up on a mixed farm in the central west of NSW was educated in Sydney and did a cadetship with Dalgety ending up in their beef export division where in 1974 he sold the first beef to Korea. This market quickly grew to become Australia’s third largest export market for beef. Richard then joined Sanger in 1976 and became majority shareholder in 2000. In the late 1990’s he convinced McDonalds that they should use Aussie beef in their burgers in North America and was instrumental in establishing that trade for Australia. This led to Sanger supplying beef to McDonalds, not only in USA but also Japan, Korea, Taiwan, China, and much of South East Asia as well as domestically in Australia.
Richard has recently returned from China and is well placed to share his views on where the opportunities lie for Australian beef and some of the challenges producers and processors will have to overcome.
- Location: UUSC 25 Bent St Sydney
- Dress Code: Strictly Business Attire (Jacket & Tie, ladies equivalent, no denim)
- Date: Wednesday 15th Oct 2014
- Time: 7am for coffee, registration and networking for 7.30 am start concluding at 9am
- Cost: $70 per person, $55 per AAA Member, $45 per student
- RSVP: Thursday 9th Oct 2014 ($15 late fee applies thereafter)
*Students please contact Administration to proceed with your booking email@example.com or phone 0448840232 to speak to Deb.Follow the links to book and make payment online
The Agribusiness Association of Australia is a member based, non-political network who are a conduit in facilitating awareness, raising knowledge and communicating credible information to all sectors of the agribusiness value chain.
We aim to develop and foster linkages amongst professionals with and between the different sectors of Agribusiness.
Agribusiness includes all the various businesses involved in food and fibre production, including farming, seed supply, agrichemicals, farm machinery, wholesale and distribution, processing, marketing, and retail sales. Please take the time to look around this site for information about Agribusiness in Australia, investing in agribusiness, or the Association.
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Holding Redlich means business:
At Holding Redlich, you won’t just get legal advice. You’ll get advice you can use, tailored to your needs, underpinned by the very best legal thinking and expert industry knowledge.
We tackle projects with a commitment to excellence and business focus. An understanding of our clients’ commercial issues coupled with impeccable application of the law brings results. Our people are connected to the communities in which they live and work, with strong political, commercial and cultural networks. Our clients often benefit from our connections.
And above all else, we understand that our job is to look after our clients and their best interests. Integrity and trust are at the core of our relationships with them.
This singular focus on our clients is a hallmark of the firm.
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