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National Horticultural Field Day - Power Breakfast event

National Horticultural Field Day - Power Breakfast event

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  • Thu 29 Jun ’17, 7:30am – 9:00am


Hawke's Bay A & P Showgrounds, Kenilworth Rd, Hastings


All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Admission: $35.00

Please join us for our Breakfast event with Keynote address by Professor Hamish Gow and buffet breakfast by Orton Tailored Cuisine. The Breakfast kicks off the National Horticultural Field Day, New Zealand’s leading horticultural event.

Hamish delivered a fantastic keynote address at the 2016 National Horticultural Field Day to much acclaim. He has completed a great deal of work over the past year, particularly in the Australian Food Industry.

"Competing on the High-Value Food Frontiers"

No longer is delivering consumers branded “value added” food sufficient to compete in the global marketplace. In the future, successful food businesses are going to be required to design and deliver consumers innovative high-value food offerings on the frontiers of experience, technology and/or efficiency. These businesses will require highly focused and aligned value propositions, business models, and value chains. This presentation will explore this new future and provide a framework, toolkit, and examples about how to compete in it.

This is a ticketed event and tickets sell quickly so don’t miss out. Tickets are $35pp including Breakfast by Orton Tailored Cuisine.
Visit www.nationalhort.co.nz or contact Anna Hamilton, Events Manager events@showgroundshb.co.nz 021 2440673 for more information.

Thursday 29 June 2017
Breakfast from 7.30am, Keynote address from 8 am
BNZ Pavilion, Showgrounds Hawke’s Bay, Hastings
*Entry to the Showgrounds via Kenilworth Road

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