Mark your calendars for E Tipu 2022: The Boma Agri Summit, with a special ticket offer for Food Ticker readers.
This year’s Boma Agri Summit in Christchurch on 21-22 June will host speakers from the US and UK.
Christchurch has won a bid to host an international congress in 2023 for the Asia Pacific Seed Association (APSA) at the Te Pae Christchurch Convention Centre.
The New Zealand Food & Grocery Council has moved its annual conference to 11-13 May 2022 at the Millennium Hotel in Queenstown.
Growers, suppliers, industry leaders and government stakeholders from around the country will this week gather at Toi Toi event centre in Hastings for the NZ Apples and Pears 2021 conference.
Danny Meyer will be one of the keynote speakers at the inaugural New Zealand Hospitality Summit at the Trusts Arena in Auckland on 8-9 September.
The New Zealand seafood and horticulture sectors both have their annual conferences scheduled for next month, with delegates expected to hear from a range of government, industry and inspiration speakers at the respective events.
New Zealand’s food and beverage industry must build up its story for the return of international visitors, says Wellington Culinary Events’ CEO.
The Silver Fern Farms’ 2021 Farmer Conference gets underway in Wellington, while the Pasture Summit takes place in Hamilton.
New Zealand’s primary industry stakeholders will gather in Christchurch from today for the annual two day Primary Industries New Zealand Summit 2021.
How seaweed can help the agriculture industry, green shipping and electric ferries, sea level rise, aquaculture and marine biodiversity protection are on the agenda at the New Zealand Marine Sciences Society Conference.
Day two of Fine Food New Zealand at Auckland’s ASB Showgrounds.
The inaugural New Zealand Hospitality Summit and trade show is to be held in Auckland on 7-9 September 2021, with the theme of ‘The Future of Hospitality – Building Forward’.
NZ’s strict controls are a double-edged sword for global food companies looking to invest, says Gelita.
More than 200 development professionals are converging on Palmerston North today for Economic Development New Zealand’s 2021 conference.
The event brings together more than 170 participants from high value food, fibre and technology industries across NZ.
Horticulture New Zealand is putting resilience and recovery at the centre of its annual conference being held in August this year.