Relationships Key in Beef Sector
09 October 2017
Much of the discussion at next month’s SMARTBEEF 2017 will be around SMART relationship building across the beef supply chain.
“The prosperity of participants along the value chain is intrinsically linked to having genuine relationships, about understanding one another and a commitment to work together. Our speakers will discuss how cattle producers, feed lot operators, suppliers and advisers can work together to make the beef sector profitable for everyone.” said ALFA President Tess Herbert.
The Australian Lot Feeders’ Association (ALFA) feels that the depth and breadth of experience among the speakers at SMARTBEEF will give delegates some excellent insights into how such relationships can be developed and leveraged. Speakers include:
Berry Reynolds, Mort & Co. - An outline of strategies required to build business growth, in particular the development of solid relationships with all key stakeholders along the supply chain such as producers, suppliers, investors and financiers. Berry will also outline how Mort & Co’s core values underpin great working relationships in all sectors of the supply chain.
“We look forward to this year’s event bringing together people from different aspects of the beef supply chain to learn more about how their respective skills and areas of focus fit together” said Ms Herbert.
“Registrations close on Friday 13th October so we are encouraging everyone to jump onto our website www.smartbeef.com.au to register for this exciting event.” said Ms Herbert.
SMARTBEEF 2017 will be held at the University of New England, Armidale, 1 – 3 November 2017. It will include a tour of Sundown Pastoral, as well as demonstrations of new technologies and products.