Marketing NZ’s Premium Products – Great Market Stories

14 November 2017

A Marlborough Food and Beverage Innovation Cluster event

Have you ever wondered how other successful Marlborough companies expanded their
export markets? Would you like to find out what strategies worked and which didn’t?
We have brought together some of Marlborough’s industry leaders to share their stories.
This is a great opportunity to gain insight into how successful Marlborough companies
market their businesses, the challenges they have faced, the breakthroughs they have
had and lessons learned.

When:  Tuesday, 14 November 2017, 3.30 pm – 6.00 pm
Where:  MRC Theatre, Budge Street, Blenheim
RSVP:  Please contact Mandy Mitchell
by COB Friday, 10 November 2017


Geoff Ross – CEO, MOA Brewing Co.
Geoff was the founder and CEO of 42 Below, which was a listed company for
three years prior to its sale to Bacardi in late 2006. Geoff is also a director of
Skin care and Fragrance brands Trilogy and Ecoya.

Darren Clifford – Executive Director, Taylor Pass Honey Co.
Darren is the founder of Taylor Pass Honey Co, one of the largest honey
operations in the South Island, he has had a lifetime of experiences since his
first hive at the age of 14.

John Murphy – CEO, Marlborough Garlic
Marlborough Garlic Ltd. CEO John Murphy leads New Zealand’s most prominent
garlic and shallot operation. He will talk about the challenges of this family
business transitioning from a farming operation to a premium food business.

Grant Rosewarne – CEO, New Zealand King Salmon
Grant’s international business expertise prior to NZ King Salmon spans Britain,
Europe and Australasia, with blue chip companies such as Unilever, Cerebos and
Douwe Egberts/Sara Lee.

When: Tuesday, 14 November 2017, 3.30 pm – 6.00 pm
Where: MRC Theatre, Budge Street, Blenheim
RSVP: Please contact Mandy Mitchell
by COB Friday, 10 November 2017

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