Monday 23rd of January 2017 10:30
In conjunction with Cywain, the Local Action Groups for Carmarthenshire (Grwp Cefn Gwlad), Pembrokeshire (Arwain Sir Benfro) and Pembrokeshire and Carmarthenshire CC, will be holding a Marketing & Branding Awareness Event for Food & Drink Producers at Plas Hyfryd, Narberth on Thursday 2nd February (9-3pm).
Tessa Stuart has been confirmed and will be presenting in the morning session. Tessa is an experienced speaker on food packaging communication and food branding. She has years of experience helping food entrepreneurs and established food companies such as Cadbury, innocent drinks, unilever, etc.
Tessa’s session will be followed with talks from a successful local producer and buyer. Mark Owen from Wickedly Welsh and Brian Jones from Castell Howell. There will then be short updates from representatives from Welsh Government’s food sector team, Food Centre Wales and Pembrokeshire Food Parc. There will be opportunities for networking and opportunities for support organisations to have a stand and discuss what support they can offer local food producers.
Following lunch there will be a social media workshop for those businesses wishing to take part.
Although a free event, places must be registered in advance to confirm your place. Please register here
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