Bringing you together with CBI policy experts and peers from across your industry to help build a more sustainable environment for the food and drink sector to thrive.
The CBI Food Supply Chain Forum champions the issues that matter most to the sector, as we lobby and speak out in the media and take forward the pillars of our UK Prosperity Agenda. It brings together regional food and drink industry leaders to help shape the business voice on key issues and challenges for the sector and region including frictionless trade of ingredients and goods, Apprenticeship Levy reform, the transition to net zero, sustainable packaging and the future of the UK’s immigration policy.
Attend this Forum and you will:
Gain unique insights and expert intelligence from the CBI policy team on core industry issues
Learn and share best practice with leading industry peers on important challenges, such as managing your talent pipeline and planning in volatile times
Provide direct policy feedback to regional MPs, LEP representatives and collectively lobby on key issues at the regional level
Collaborate to learn and solve issues together
Who should attend?
This event is exclusive to CBI Members only and is unique in that it engages CEOs, CFOs and Directors representing firms from the full farm to fork supply chain - farmers and manufacturers, through to packaging, retail and logistics firms.
This event will be of particular interest to senior executives working within the food and drink sector supply chain; including agriculture, manufacturing, packaging, sustainability, logistics and retail.
Further information about tickets:
This event is exclusive to CBI members. Complimentary tickets are restricted to two per member organisation. If the event is not sold out, all additional availability will be allocated to members on the waiting list on a first come first served basis.
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Please contact the North East Event team
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