Food and Beverage Roadshow

Food and Beverage Roadshow
The AERU at Lincoln University is leading a research programme called "Maximising Export Returns". Funded by the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment, this aims to help producers increase their returns based on marketing the "credence attributes" (e.g. food safety, animal welfare, environmental sustainability) of New Zealand food and beverage exports valued by consumers in five key export markets (China, India, Indonesia, Singapore and the United Kingdom). Professor Caroline Saunders will present results from the first year of the research, focusing on how consumers in different markets respond to different attributes and on how New Zealand producers can communicate with their overseas consumers. Lincoln University is New Zealand's specialist land-based university. The AERU is a centre founded in 1962 to undertake agribusiness and economics research. Professor Saunders is the Director of the AERU with more than thirty years of experience in the United Kingdom and New Zealand. Her research has been recognised with the presentation of the NZIER Economics Award in 2007 and Caroline was made an Officer of the New Zealand Order of Merit in the New Year's Honours List of 2009. This event is partnered with Business Hawke's Bay. Invoices for this event will be sent out after you have registered online.The AERU at Lincoln University is leading a research programme called "Maximising Export Returns". Funded by the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment, this aims to help producers increase their returns based on marketing the "credence attributes" (e.g. food safety, animal welfare, environmental sustainability) of New Zealand food and beverage exports valued by consumers in five key export markets (China, India, Indonesia, Singapore and the United Kingdom). Professor Caroline Saunders will present results from the first year of the research, focusing on how consumers in different markets respond to different attributes and on how New Zealand producers can communicate with their overseas consumers. Lincoln University is New Zealand's specialist land-based university. The AERU is a centre founded in 1962 to undertake agribusiness and economics research. Professor Saunders is the Director of the AERU with more than thirty years of experience in the United Kingdom and New Zealand. Her research has been recognised with the presentation of the NZIER Economics Award in 2007 and Caroline was made an Officer of the New Zealand Order of Merit in the New Year's Honours List of 2009. This event is partnered with Business Hawke's Bay. Invoices for this event will be sent out after you have registered online.The AERU at Lincoln University is leading a research programme called "Maximising Export Returns". Funded by the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment, this aims to help producers increase their returns based on marketing the "credence attributes" (e.g. food safety, animal welfare, environmental sustainability) of New Zealand food and beverage exports valued by consumers in five key export markets (China, India, Indonesia, Singapore and the United Kingdom). Professor Caroline Saunders will present results from the first year of the research, focusing on how consumers in different markets respond to different attributes and on how New Zealand producers can communicate with their overseas consumers. Lincoln University is New Zealand's specialist land-based university. The AERU is a centre founded in 1962 to undertake agribusiness and economics research. Professor Saunders is the Director of the AERU with more than thirty years of experience in the United Kingdom and New Zealand. Her research has been recognised with the presentation of the NZIER Economics Award in 2007 and Caroline was made an Officer of the New Zealand Order of Merit in the New Year's Honours List of 2009. This event is partnered with Business Hawke's Bay. Invoices for this event will be sent out after you have registered online.The AERU at Lincoln University is leading a research programme called "Maximising Export Returns". Funded by the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment, this aims to help producers increase their returns based on marketing the "credence attributes" (e.g. food safety, animal welfare, environmental sustainability) of New Zealand food and beverage exports valued by consumers in five key export markets (China, India, Indonesia, Singapore and the United Kingdom). Professor Caroline Saunders will present results from the first year of the research, focusing on how consumers in different markets respond to different attributes and on how New Zealand producers can communicate with their overseas consumers. Lincoln University is New Zealand's specialist land-based university. The AERU is a centre founded in 1962 to undertake agribusiness and economics research. Professor Saunders is the Director of the AERU with more than thirty years of experience in the United Kingdom and New Zealand. Her research has been recognised with the presentation of the NZIER Economics Award in 2007 and Caroline was made an Officer of the New Zealand Order of Merit in the New Year's Honours List of 2009. This event is partnered with Business Hawke's Bay. Invoices for this event will be sent out after you have registered online.The AERU at Lincoln University is leading a research programme called "Maximising Export Returns". Funded by the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment, this aims to help producers increase their returns based on marketing the "credence attributes" (e.g. food safety, animal welfare, environmental sustainability) of New Zealand food and beverage exports valued by consumers in five key export markets (China, India, Indonesia, Singapore and the United Kingdom). Professor Caroline Saunders will present results from the first year of the research, focusing on how consumers in different markets respond to different attributes and on how New Zealand producers can communicate with their overseas consumers. Lincoln University is New Zealand's specialist land-based university. The AERU is a centre founded in 1962 to undertake agribusiness and economics research. Professor Saunders is the Director of the AERU with more than thirty years of experience in the United Kingdom and New Zealand. Her research has been recognised with the presentation of the NZIER Economics Award in 2007 and Caroline was made an Officer of the New Zealand Order of Merit in the New Year's Honours List of 2009. This event is partnered with Business Hawke's Bay. Invoices for this event will be sent out after you have registered online.The AERU at Lincoln University is leading a research programme called "Maximising Export Returns". Funded by the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment, this aims to help producers increase their returns based on marketing the "credence attributes" (e.g. food safety, animal welfare, environmental sustainability) of New Zealand food and beverage exports valued by consumers in five key export markets (China, India, Indonesia, Singapore and the United Kingdom). Professor Caroline Saunders will present results from the first year of the research, focusing on how consumers in different markets respond to different attributes and on how New Zealand producers can communicate with their overseas consumers. Lincoln University is New Zealand's specialist land-based university. The AERU is a centre founded in 1962 to undertake agribusiness and economics research. Professor Saunders is the Director of the AERU with more than thirty years of experience in the United Kingdom and New Zealand. Her research has been recognised with the presentation of the NZIER Economics Award in 2007 and Caroline was made an Officer of the New Zealand Order of Merit in the New Year's Honours List of 2009. This event is partnered with Business Hawke's Bay. Invoices for this event will be sent out after you have registered online.The AERU at Lincoln University is leading a research programme called "Maximising Export Returns". Funded by the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment, this aims to help producers increase their returns based on marketing the "credence attributes" (e.g. food safety, animal welfare, environmental sustainability) of New Zealand food and beverage exports valued by consumers in five key export markets (China, India, Indonesia, Singapore and the United Kingdom). Professor Caroline Saunders will present results from the first year of the research, focusing on how consumers in different markets respond to different attributes and on how New Zealand producers can communicate with their overseas consumers. Lincoln University is New Zealand's specialist land-based university. The AERU is a centre founded in 1962 to undertake agribusiness and economics research. Professor Saunders is the Director of the AERU with more than thirty years of experience in the United Kingdom and New Zealand. Her research has been recognised with the presentation of the NZIER Economics Award in 2007 and Caroline was made an Officer of the New Zealand Order of Merit in the New Year's Honours List of 2009. This event is partnered with Business Hawke's Bay. Invoices for this event will be sent out after you have registered online.The AERU at Lincoln University is leading a research programme called "Maximising Export Returns". Funded by the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment, this aims to help producers increase their returns based on marketing the "credence attributes" (e.g. food safety, animal welfare, environmental sustainability) of New Zealand food and beverage exports valued by consumers in five key export markets (China, India, Indonesia, Singapore and the United Kingdom). Professor Caroline Saunders will present results from the first year of the research, focusing on how consumers in different markets respond to different attributes and on how New Zealand producers can communicate with their overseas consumers. Lincoln University is New Zealand's specialist land-based university. The AERU is a centre founded in 1962 to undertake agribusiness and economics research. Professor Saunders is the Director of the AERU with more than thirty years of experience in the United Kingdom and New Zealand. Her research has been recognised with the presentation of the NZIER Economics Award in 2007 and Caroline was made an Officer of the New Zealand Order of Merit in the New Year's Honours List of 2009. This event is partnered with Business Hawke's Bay. Invoices for this event will be sent out after you have registered online.The AERU at Lincoln University is leading a research programme called "Maximising Export Returns". Funded by the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment, this aims to help producers increase their returns based on marketing the "credence attributes" (e.g. food safety, animal welfare, environmental sustainability) of New Zealand food and beverage exports valued by consumers in five key export markets (China, India, Indonesia, Singapore and the United Kingdom). Professor Caroline Saunders will present results from the first year of the research, focusing on how consumers in different markets respond to different attributes and on how New Zealand producers can communicate with their overseas consumers. Lincoln University is New Zealand's specialist land-based university. The AERU is a centre founded in 1962 to undertake agribusiness and economics research. Professor Saunders is the Director of the AERU with more than thirty years of experience in the United Kingdom and New Zealand. Her research has been recognised with the presentation of the NZIER Economics Award in 2007 and Caroline was made an Officer of the New Zealand Order of Merit in the New Year's Honours List of 2009. This event is partnered with Business Hawke's Bay. Invoices for this event will be sent out after you have registered online.The AERU at Lincoln University is leading a research programme called "Maximising Export Returns". Funded by the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment, this aims to help producers increase their returns based on marketing the "credence attributes" (e.g. food safety, animal welfare, environmental sustainability) of New Zealand food and beverage exports valued by consumers in five key export markets (China, India, Indonesia, Singapore and the United Kingdom). Professor Caroline Saunders will present results from the first year of the research, focusing on how consumers in different markets respond to different attributes and on how New Zealand producers can communicate with their overseas consumers. Lincoln University is New Zealand's specialist land-based university. The AERU is a centre founded in 1962 to undertake agribusiness and economics research. Professor Saunders is the Director of the AERU with more than thirty years of experience in the United Kingdom and New Zealand. Her research has been recognised with the presentation of the NZIER Economics Award in 2007 and Caroline was made an Officer of the New Zealand Order of Merit in the New Year's Honours List of 2009. This event is partnered with Business Hawke's Bay. Invoices for this event will be sent out after you have registered online.The AERU at Lincoln University is leading a research programme called "Maximising Export Returns". Funded by the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment, this aims to help producers increase their returns based on marketing the "credence attributes" (e.g. food safety, animal welfare, environmental sustainability) of New Zealand food and beverage exports valued by consumers in five key export markets (China, India, Indonesia, Singapore and the United Kingdom). Professor Caroline Saunders will present results from the first year of the research, focusing on how consumers in different markets respond to different attributes and on how New Zealand producers can communicate with their overseas consumers. Lincoln University is New Zealand's specialist land-based university. The AERU is a centre founded in 1962 to undertake agribusiness and economics research. Professor Saunders is the Director of the AERU with more than thirty years of experience in the United Kingdom and New Zealand. Her research has been recognised with the presentation of the NZIER Economics Award in 2007 and Caroline was made an Officer of the New Zealand Order of Merit in the New Year's Honours List of 2009. This event is partnered with Business Hawke's Bay. Invoices for this event will be sent out after you have registered online.The AERU at Lincoln University is leading a research programme called "Maximising Export Returns". Funded by the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment, this aims to help producers increase their returns based on marketing the "credence attributes" (e.g. food safety, animal welfare, environmental sustainability) of New Zealand food and beverage exports valued by consumers in five key export markets (China, India, Indonesia, Singapore and the United Kingdom). Professor Caroline Saunders will present results from the first year of the research, focusing on how consumers in different markets respond to different attributes and on how New Zealand producers can communicate with their overseas consumers. Lincoln University is New Zealand's specialist land-based university. The AERU is a centre founded in 1962 to undertake agribusiness and economics research. Professor Saunders is the Director of the AERU with more than thirty years of experience in the United Kingdom and New Zealand. Her research has been recognised with the presentation of the NZIER Economics Award in 2007 and Caroline was made an Officer of the New Zealand Order of Merit in the New Year's Honours List of 2009. This event is partnered with Business Hawke's Bay. Invoices for this event will be sent out after you have registered online.The AERU at Lincoln University is leading a research programme called "Maximising Export Returns". Funded by the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment, this aims to help producers increase their returns based on marketing the "credence attributes" (e.g. food safety, animal welfare, environmental sustainability) of New Zealand food and beverage exports valued by consumers in five key export markets (China, India, Indonesia, Singapore and the United Kingdom). Professor Caroline Saunders will present results from the first year of the research, focusing on how consumers in different markets respond to different attributes and on how New Zealand producers can communicate with their overseas consumers. Lincoln University is New Zealand's specialist land-based university. The AERU is a centre founded in 1962 to undertake agribusiness and economics research. Professor Saunders is the Director of the AERU with more than thirty years of experience in the United Kingdom and New Zealand. Her research has been recognised with the presentation of the NZIER Economics Award in 2007 and Caroline was made an Officer of the New Zealand Order of Merit in the New Year's Honours List of 2009. This event is partnered with Business Hawke's Bay. Invoices for this event will be sent out after you have registered online.The AERU at Lincoln University is leading a research programme called "Maximising Export Returns". Funded by the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment, this aims to help producers increase their returns based on marketing the "credence attributes" (e.g. food safety, animal welfare, environmental sustainability) of New Zealand food and beverage exports valued by consumers in five key export markets (China, India, Indonesia, Singapore and the United Kingdom). Professor Caroline Saunders will present results from the first year of the research, focusing on how consumers in different markets respond to different attributes and on how New Zealand producers can communicate with their overseas consumers. Lincoln University is New Zealand's specialist land-based university. The AERU is a centre founded in 1962 to undertake agribusiness and economics research. Professor Saunders is the Director of the AERU with more than thirty years of experience in the United Kingdom and New Zealand. Her research has been recognised with the presentation of the NZIER Economics Award in 2007 and Caroline was made an Officer of the New Zealand Order of Merit in the New Year's Honours List of 2009. This event is partnered with Business Hawke's Bay. Invoices for this event will be sent out after you have registered online.
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Time & Date

Thursday, 16 October 2014, 10:30 AM - Monday, 30 November -0001, 12:00 AM

Location

Council Room (B Block)
EIT
Taradale
Napier
New Zealand

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Cost

25