“If you want to exist as a company in the future, you have to go beyond. You actually have to make a positive contribution.” Paul Polman, Unilever
In business today profit is inextricable from purpose. And nowhere is that truer than when it comes to food and drink. From single use plastic to surplus food to slavery-free supply chains, the UK’s grocery industry sits at the heart of almost every major ethical and environmental issue that shoppers are passionate about. Doing nothing is no longer an option.
For Britain’s dynamic mix of brands, retailers, wholesalers and suppliers that shift poses both major challenges – and major opportunities. All of which we’ll explore at The Grocer’s 2020 conference: How to have a purpose.
Featuring a prestigious line-up of senior industry figures the day’s packed agenda will include talks, panels and workshops on:
…as well as inspirational case studies from brands that have done their bit to change the world and also exclusive research on what purpose means to grocery consumers in 2020.
This is one not to be missed.
Speakers have already been confirmed from Iceland, the Co-op, Neighbourly, Cook, Fairtrade, Young Foodies, The Slave Free Alliance and we will update you on the programme as it develops.
Date: Tuesday 10th March 2020
Location: The British Library, London
Click here to use our handy step-by-step ‘how to book’ guide
Book your ticket by Thursday 30th January 2020 and get 15% off (£398+ VAT)
But, remember if you are a Grocer member use your code to get 20% off (£375 + VAT)