The Agribusiness Outlook Australia event will explore the strategies for primary producers to access and leverage the global demand for Australian produce.
With sessions exploring how to access overseas markets, how to establish a reputable brand, and how to strategically position your organisation for
success, this event will provide a platform to share best practice examples, innovative approaches and other strategic ways to secure a profitable
and productive future.
growing appetite for Australian produce.
label cheese manufacturing and packaging this could have been detrimental for Bega if it had no further opportunities to access even greater revenue.
their infant formula and nutritional platforms to attract much greater margins. Bega’s Chief Executive, Aidan Coleman, has noted that the strong global
demand for infant formula will offset the loss of the Cole’s contract, estimated to be around $130 million.
infant formula and sell into China. The positive results attained from the early stages of the Bega/Blackmore partnership indicate a prosperous future
for the two companies, and endless possibilities for Australian agribusiness.
resources and investment. But this does not limit access to overseas markets to only those who hold noteworthy resources.
Bulla can focus more of their business with China, they are currently preparing by innovating and building a competitive export portfolio to unlock
and maximise the benefits available.
collection of case-studies including from Bega Cheese, Graincorp, Coles and Bulla Dairy Foods, with the overall intention to secure a productive, profitable
and successful future for all Australian agribusiness.