Are you in
the food industry and looking to take the next step to improve your business? Then
you should book your spot at the ‘Food Futures - Growing Success
Collaboratively’ series of FREE workshops.
Futures, sponsored by Coffs Harbour City Council, is a new food industry
innovation programme that brings together food producers, processors and
packagers from across the Coffs Harbour region.
workshops aim to deliver on the feedback that we received from industry at the inaugural
Mid North Coast Food Forum held last year,” said Nikki Greenwood, Council’s
Group Leader City Prosperity. “This will be in the first in a series of monthly
workshops covering a range of topics which will lead into this year’s Food
Forum in November.”
workshop will be held in Coffs Harbour on Monday, March 23, 9.30am-12noon, at the
Six Degrees Coworking hub in the Coffs Coast Community College, City Square.
Jacobsen, Workshop Facilitator, says many food businesses often struggle simply
because they don’t have the critical mass to generate new ideas or develop innovative
solutions to existing problems.
Futures is a collaborative, region-wide approach where you can work with
like-minded people to generate ideas in a trusted environment,” he said.
will have first-hand access to organisations such as Food Innovation Australia
Limited (FIAL), whose mission is to improve productivity, profitability and
operational efficiency across the food industry.
Futures workshops cover innovation principles and practice, as well as the tools
and techniques that were once the privilege of large corporations.
people-focused approach, Food Futures builds a culture of everyday innovation. The
first workshop will demonstrate how networking can help businesses develop
solutions collaboratively, become more innovative in their own operation and,
in turn, contribute to regional prosperity,” added Mr Jacobsen.
register for the workshops, please contact Coffs Harbour City Council on 02
6648 4087 or via firstname.lastname@example.org Lunch is included.