Businesses of all sizes have had to adapt to major market and customer changes at an accelerated pace in recent months.
The first of two webinars that will provide the latest consumer and market insights to help food and drink businesses reset and plan effectively for the future.
The two webinars will support business owners, leaders and managers to think about the fundamental changes to their markets, products and operations and plan for economic recovery. Sector experts will share the latest industry insights and address what is happening globally, consumer trends in UK retail and foodservice, and the lessons learned from other countries and markets, including China.
Neil Hendry, Global Head of Consulting, GlobalData
The Coronavirus pandemic has been transformative for society and businesses alike. Supply chains and consumer dynamics have already irrevocably changed. Neil Hendry's presentation will focus on the implications of those changes, what it means for businesses in the food and drink sector, and future opportunities.
David Craig, Director, Levercliff
As category consultants to the food and drink industry, Levercliff is advising a broad range of clients on how to adapt in these challenging times. David will be sharing some highlights from Levercliff's Covid-19 Consumer Tracking survey. The survey aims to help companies understand how consumer habits are changing and identifies some of the critical emerging consumer groups.
The session will end with a Q&A with the speakers.
The second webinar will focus on lessons from China and future market opportunities. Further details and a booking link will be provided in a separate invitation.
ONE's reset for recovery webinars are aimed at food and drink manufacturing and processing businesses based in Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire and Moray and are brought to you by the North East Scotland Food & Drink Network, delivered by Opportunity North East (ONE) in partnership with Aberdeenshire Council.
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