Over the years, women have achieved many gains in their struggle for equal rights and opportunities, but more can still be done. To provide female FGC members with insights and inspiration, and encourage them to take on greater leadership roles, the Food and Grocery Council will run a Diversity Seminar on August 23rd. Some of Australasia’s most successful FMCG leaders are going to share their views and personal experiences. Among them, FGC chair and CEO OF Nestle Veronique Cremades, Chris Quin (CEO of Foodstuffs North Island), Alison Barrass (CEO of Griffins), Shannon Kelly (Group Supplier Engagement Manager FSNI), Melanie Beattie (Head of Strategic Partnerships for ASB) and Amanda Banfield (managing director of Mondelez International Australia and New Zealand).
To register for the event, visit the FGC website.