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Award Winning Gippsland Businesses

An update on news, events, activities and opportunities across the Food & Fibre sector in Gippsland.

By Portal Admin - 14th September 2019 - Back to News

Friday night's Excellence in Agribusiness Awards Gala Dinner was an outstanding success with close to 200 people joining together to celebrate everything that's great about Gippsland. Ten very deserving winners were announced, but not before we recognised and applauded an impressive field of finalists. This week we are giving you the summary of who's won what - and over the coming weeks, we will have in depth stories on each of our winners - Click here to find out who won what.

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When Award progams culminate in their gala event, it's all over in a few hours, but there's a lot of work over the months leading up to it that goes into making every element of that presentation work, and we would like to acknowledge the time and effort of a few key people involved in our 2019 Excellence in Agribusiness Awards. Read more here.

Friday night at the Excellence in Agribuisness Awards, CEO Paul Griffin delivered his maiden speech and did a cracker of a job. Everyone who was there heard it, but for the rest who couldn't make it, here's what he had to say.

The Food and Fibre Gippsland Operations team is growing, with two new projects getting underway to drive growth, innvoation, collaboration and change across the sector and region. Our two new team members are David Grimmond and Dr Julian Hill. David is the Project Manager for the Gippsland Connect Project and will be supporting a group of SME's expand or launch their export capabilities. Dr Julian Hill will be running a pilot project with a tsmall group of early adapters to implement sustainable workplace development solutions. To read more about these projects, click here.

ANOTHER WEEK - ANOTHER NEW MEMBER!

We are delighted to welcome Duart Homestead into the Food & Fibre Gippsland member tribe. With a reputation for quality food, friendly service and attention to detail, we are looking forward to helping grow awareness of their business and connecting them with other members to cook up new ideas.

EAST GIPPSLAND SCHOOL TEACHERS - BAIRNSDALE FREE PD DAY IS NEXT FRIDAY!!

Our GippyAG Project is linking Gippsland schools with our local food & fibre industries, with some fantastic free Professional Development Days that cover a range of topics that help teachers incorporate food and fibre concepts into the teaching practices and classrooms. We're doing them in four locations across Gippsland, and Bairnsdale is the first one NEXT FRIDAY. It's free to participate, but registrations are essential!

I want to know more about the Free Teacher PD Days- take me there!

Whilst we've covered some content in the first day of the Workforce Planning Masterclass - there is still massive value for Food & Fibre businesses to attend the second day where facilitator can give them guidance and structure on how to assess their workforce needs and make use of data to plan for future capacity building...

We are offering a refresher day on the 27th of August - if you'd like to jump into that then continue the following day with the rest of the masterclass group, send us an email today.

Who doesn''t love a good wine lunch - and one of our members Ensay Winery has got a fabulous Duck and Dessert lunch on August 25. Take a drive up the Great Alpine Road to their beautiful family owned and run vineyard in the hills of the Tambo River Valley and settle in for an afternoon of quality Gippsland food and wine. Bookings are essential!

The EU Centre at RMIT is inviting Gippslanders to a round table discussion on 'The EU Experience on Geographical Indications: What benefits for local development in Gippsland?' The purpose of the roundtable is to examine the increasing importance of place (region) in signifying quality in international trade. The European Union is a strong advocate of GIs being used to promote specific places and their products. The discussion will examine how the use of geographical indications for a range of products might enhance Gippsland’s competitiveness and promote local development. Click here to download the event flyer.

Source: www.gippsland.com

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