Revised Date: Let’s discuss Ontario’s food & beverage industry
Ontario’s food and beverage leaders gather to discuss future of the industry at annual conference in Toronto on June 16, 2015.
June 12, 2015 By Andrew Joseph
Food and Beverage Ontario, the professional leadership organization for food and beverage processors across the province, will host hundreds of industry leaders at its yearly conference held at the Steam Whistle Brewery Round House in Toronto on June 16, 2015.
Speakers will include Executive Fellow at the School of Public Policy, University of Calgary, Martha Hall Findlay and internationally-recognized consultant, author and lecturer Tracey Goss.
The conference will focus on the importance of the food and beverage industry to the province’s economy and how it can position itself to continue to be a powerhouse in the future.
Food and Beverage Ontario’s Annual Conference – “Ontario’s Economic Engine in the Global Marketplace”
Steam Whistle Brewing, The Roundhouse
255 Bremner Blvd,
Toronto, M5V 3M9.
11:30AM – 6:00PM
June 16, 2015
About Food and Beverage Ontario
Established in 2003 as the Alliance of Ontario Food Processors, Food and Beverage Ontario has evolved into the organization of choice for members of the processing community—a community that contributes over $39-billion annually and is the number one employer in Ontario.
Governed by an industry-led Board of Directors with guidance from a stakeholder Advisory Council and support from a dedicated staff team, Food and Beverage Ontario is a powerful advocate and facilitator of success for all categories of Ontario processor business.
In 2015, Food and Beverage Ontario’s Board of Directors completed a strategic plan for the organization, that will guide its activities and performance over the next three years.
Its goal is to promote and support a competitive Ontario industry locally and within the global marketplace.
For more information, visit www.FoodAndBeverageOntario.ca.