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The NPD Food Conference is organised by Roythornes Solicitors, which acts for companies throughout the food chain, they are also one of The Artisan Food Trail's partners offering legal help to its members.
From kitchen concept to supermarket shelf
A successful food dish requires a great recipe and a great chef, but getting your product on to supermarket shelves requires a few more ingredients.
Featuring keynote speakers from across the food industry, The NPD Food Conference covers the whole development process from kitchen concept to supermarket shelf.
The conference speakers bring years of experience in the food sector together under one roof and whether you are looking to expand your range, develop new markets or set out for the first time, this conference will have something for you.
The list of speakers includes, Robert Kedzlie, managing director at NPD Direct, Michael Bennett, managing director at Pelican PR, Graham Childs, creative director at childsdesign and co-founder of The Artisan Food Trail, Peter Bennett, partner and head of food team at Roythornes Solicitors, Nicola Berry, supply chain manager at Lincolnshire Co-operative Ltd, and Claire Martinsen, founder of Breckland Orchard.
We invite you attend on
Wednesday 9th July 8:30am – 2:00pm
Kingsgate Conference Centre, Staplee Way, Peterborough PE1 4YT
Topics to be covered include:
- The practical aspects of taking your product from kitchen to production line and sales
- Ensuring you have all the legal boxes ticked before issues arise
- How design and branding can play a key part in the success of your product
- Harnessing the power of PR and social media
- Standing out to the multiples – getting on the shelf and driving sales
You can reserve your place at this half-day conference today for just £39+VAT
To book your place and request an invoice (no booking fee) click here – https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/NPDfoodconference
To book and pay online with Eventbrite (incurs a booking fee of £2.99),
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For full details view/download the two-page flyer