Our Future: Growing Together7 and 8 March 2024

On behalf of the organic industry, we would like to welcome you to Melbourne for the Australian Organic Conference 2024, a two-day event based around a theme of ‘Our Future: Growing Together’.

The 2023 Australian Organic Market Report has demonstrated the considerable strength of Australia’s organic industry, despite lacking a single regulatory standard that would boost consumer confidence and export potential.

Even without a unifying framework, we will remain united.

Operators and consumers alike are committed to the value of organics for a healthier and more sustainable planet. ‘Our Future: Growing Together’ will be a space for knowledge-sharing and collaboration, where all representatives can offer their perspectives on what our industry currently represents and where we need to go.

Each conference session will be aligned with one of three pillars, namely business growth, the environment, and people and animals. For business owners, plenary sessions will provide specific and actionable insights on how you can best serve our growing consumer base and create a long-term commercial advantage for your business. Attendees will hear from a variety of industry experts about certification pathways, the threat of greenwashing, global organic trends, how to upscale a business and many other important topics.

Join us on 7-8 March 2024 at Pullman Melbourne On The Park to offer your insight on how we can grow together. Category winners for the 2024 Australian Organic Industry Awards will also be announced during the event at the Gala Awards Dinner.

 

Call for Submissions

Expressions of Interest are now open. Please fill out the form below to complete your submission. For more information, please contact Sarah Phipps on 07 3350 5716 or email [email protected].

Call for Submissions - Australian Organic Conference 2024

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