Upcoming Events

Upcoming Events

The Food and Drink Forum recognises businesses’ needs to meet and learn in order to thrive. Networking and industry award events provide an informal way to make connections and create commercial opportunities whilst training events offer a more formal way to introduce new thinking into a business. The Forum runs range of events throughout the year to meet these needs, enabling food and drink businesses to create growth and promote the sector as a whole.

 

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* Harborough MarketHarborough Market

Time: 8:00 am

Held on the first Thursday of each month, Harborough Market has been running for over 800 years and gives you the great the opportunity to browse and buy an assortment of great food products. Some of these products include fish, cheese, cakes, sweets and even non food products such as jewellery, furniture and pet supplies. This is a great place to buy a number of great food and drink products.

* Eat & Drink Spring 2021Eat & Drink Spring 2021

Time: 10:00 am

Eat &; Drink Spring Festival 2021 - Weekday Friday 26th March - Sunday 11th April 2021 OLYMPIA EXHIBITION CENTRE, LONDON, LONDON, W14 8UX

* New Product DevelopmentNew Product Development

Time: 10:00 am

Event Overview During these difficult times, many food and drink businesses have had to diversify their product range and as we start to see normality across production many producers are now looking at exciting ways to continue production and develop new and exciting products. Our New Product Development and Innovation Manager Zoe will take you through what new product development looks like, how you start embarking on it and how to make a profit. Who Should Attend? Any food and drink producers who are looking to develop new products. What will be covered: 1. What is NPD? 2. Why is NPD important to your business success and your customers? 3. The development process 4. Top Tips for Recipe Formulation 5. Diversification - How to adapt in times of need

* Sutton Bonington Farmers MarkeSutton Bonington Farmers Marke

Time: 1:50 pm

Based at the University of Nottingham’s Sutton Bonington Campus, this student run farmers market takes place monthly during term time and is a former winner of market of the year at the BBC Food and Farming Awards 2012. Making local, fresh and seasonal produce easily available to university staff, students and the community, Sutton Bonington Farmers Market has over 35 local food producers, with products ranging from locally produced vegetables, cakes meats and more.

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* Melton Mowbray Farmer’s MarketMelton Mowbray Farmer’s Market

Time: 8:00 am

Hosted on both Tuesday and Friday every week and running for a total of 150 years and counting, Melton Mowbray Farmer’s Market has earned a stellar reputation by hosting a number of high quality, successful traders each week, selling a number of different products. Some of these products include cheese, fish, freshly brewed coffee, high quality fruit and vegetables and Asian and Chinese cuisine.

* Eat & Drink Spring 2021Eat & Drink Spring 2021

Time: 10:00 am

Eat &; Drink Spring Festival 2021 - Weekday Friday 26th March - Sunday 11th April 2021 OLYMPIA EXHIBITION CENTRE, LONDON, LONDON, W14 8UX

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* Wollaton Farmers MarketWollaton Farmers Market

Time: 8:00 am

Wollaton farmers market is in a convenient location ready for you on the first Saturday of every month, with producers selling a wide range of food and drink products for you to purchase. These products include beef, pork, fruit, veg and flour.

* Bath Farmer’s MarketBath Farmer’s Market

Time: 9:00 am

Held at Green Park in Bath every Saturday, Bath Farmers’ Market has been running since 1997, promoting some of the best quality products from various different companies. The market also supports small or new producers as well as some of the established companies that are around today. Here you can find award winning produce such as fish, pork, sweet pastries, chocolates, tea & coffee and many more.

* Stroud Farmer’s MarketStroud Farmer’s Market

Time: 9:00 am

Twice awarded the best Farmers’ Market in the UK, Stroud Farmers Market is the place to be for great products. Countless amounts of companies attend the Farmers’ market and countless amounts of customers attend to by the best quality produce. You can find companies such as Gould’s Cheddar, Bow-in-the-Cloud Wine Vineyard and Faithfull’s Quality Baking.

* Eat & Drink Spring 2021Eat & Drink Spring 2021

Time: 10:00 am

Eat &; Drink Spring Festival 2021 - Weekday Friday 26th March - Sunday 11th April 2021 OLYMPIA EXHIBITION CENTRE, LONDON, LONDON, W14 8UX

* Burbage Farmer’s MarketBurbage Farmer’s Market

Time: 2:19 pm

Taking place on the first Saturday of each month, Burbage Farmer’s Market gives you a wonderful chance to browse and buy a number of different products from a number of different great companies. Some of these products consist of cakes, cheese, farmhouse pies and sweet treats amongst many more wonderful products for you to get your hands on.

* Axbridge Farmer’s MarketAxbridge Farmer’s Market

Time: 4:21 pm

Held right in the centre of Axbridge in Axbridge Town Square, Axbridge Farmers’ Market has been running for fifteen plus years and is home to some of the best food and drink companies across the South West. The market is held on the first Saturday of the month and for the past two years has been shortlisted for Taste of the West’s Best Farmers’ Market. Some of the regular stallholders you can find here consist of The Humble Pie Co, Fussels Fine Foods and Mere Fish Farm, amongst twenty two other companies that can be found at the market.

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* Eat & Drink Spring 2021Eat & Drink Spring 2021

Time: 10:00 am

Eat &; Drink Spring Festival 2021 - Weekday Friday 26th March - Sunday 11th April 2021 OLYMPIA EXHIBITION CENTRE, LONDON, LONDON, W14 8UX

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* Eat & Drink Spring 2021Eat & Drink Spring 2021

Time: 10:00 am

Eat &; Drink Spring Festival 2021 - Weekday Friday 26th March - Sunday 11th April 2021 OLYMPIA EXHIBITION CENTRE, LONDON, LONDON, W14 8UX

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* Melton Mowbray Farmer’s MarketMelton Mowbray Farmer’s Market

Time: 8:00 am

Hosted on both Tuesday and Friday every week and running for a total of 150 years and counting, Melton Mowbray Farmer’s Market has earned a stellar reputation by hosting a number of high quality, successful traders each week, selling a number of different products. Some of these products include cheese, fish, freshly brewed coffee, high quality fruit and vegetables and Asian and Chinese cuisine.

* Eat & Drink Spring 2021Eat & Drink Spring 2021

Time: 10:00 am

Eat &; Drink Spring Festival 2021 - Weekday Friday 26th March - Sunday 11th April 2021 OLYMPIA EXHIBITION CENTRE, LONDON, LONDON, W14 8UX

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* Bristol Farmer’s and ProducersBristol Farmer’s and Producers

Time: 8:30 am

Bristol Farmers’ and Producers’ Market gives you the chance to buy a number of different products from a number of great food and drink companies, Bristol Farmers’ and Producers Markets’ is an awarding winning market held every Wednesday. You can buy produce from great companies such as Somerset Charcuterie, Little Hollows Pasta and Xisto Wines.

* Eat & Drink Spring 2021Eat & Drink Spring 2021

Time: 10:00 am

Eat &; Drink Spring Festival 2021 - Weekday Friday 26th March - Sunday 11th April 2021 OLYMPIA EXHIBITION CENTRE, LONDON, LONDON, W14 8UX

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* Chesterfield Farmers MarketChesterfield Farmers Market

Time: 8:00 am

Chesterfield Farmers Market is home to some of the best locally produced products in Derbyshire, taking place on the second Thursday of every month, this is something not to be missed. There are a multitude of products sold at the market ranging from fresh Italian pasta sauces, locally brewed ales, freshly caught fish and locally grown fruit and vegetables.

* Eat & Drink Spring 2021Eat & Drink Spring 2021

Time: 10:00 am

Eat &; Drink Spring Festival 2021 - Weekday Friday 26th March - Sunday 11th April 2021 OLYMPIA EXHIBITION CENTRE, LONDON, LONDON, W14 8UX

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* Melton Mowbray Farmer’s MarketMelton Mowbray Farmer’s Market

Time: 8:00 am

Hosted on both Tuesday and Friday every week and running for a total of 150 years and counting, Melton Mowbray Farmer’s Market has earned a stellar reputation by hosting a number of high quality, successful traders each week, selling a number of different products. Some of these products include cheese, fish, freshly brewed coffee, high quality fruit and vegetables and Asian and Chinese cuisine.

* Eat & Drink Spring 2021Eat & Drink Spring 2021

Time: 10:00 am

Eat &; Drink Spring Festival 2021 - Weekday Friday 26th March - Sunday 11th April 2021 OLYMPIA EXHIBITION CENTRE, LONDON, LONDON, W14 8UX

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* Castle Donington Farmer’s MarkCastle Donington Farmer’s Mark

Time: 8:00 am

Castle Donington Farmers Market is held on the second Saturday of each month and is home to some great producers such as the Peckish Artisan Kitchen, Patricia’s Jams & Chutney, Nick the Fish and many others. A range of products are sold here consisting of Indian snacks and sweets, local honey, eggs and tea and coffee. This is the ideal place to get a multitude of products and not one to miss.

* West Bridgford Farmers MarketWest Bridgford Farmers Market

Time: 8:00 am

Taking place on the second and fourth Saturday of every month, West Bridgford Farmers Market is a place for people to buy products from a multitude of companies, with prod-ucts such as mushrooms, cheeses, hand-made chocolates and honey. This is the perfect place to go to keep up with the latest fresh produce throughout the D2N2 area.

* Weston Local Producers MarketWeston Local Producers Market

Time: 8:30 am

Weston Local Producers Market — Taking place on the second Saturday of each month, the Weston Local Producers Market gives you the amazing opportunity to buy some of the best quality products from the best local food producers. You can purchase a number of different products, such as cheese., meat, bread and fruit and veg, amongst many more products.

* Frome Farmer’s MarketFrome Farmer’s Market

Time: 8:30 am

Frome Farmer’s Market is held on the second Saturday of each month, Frome Farmer’s Market is the recipient of many awards, including most recently a Gold Taste of the West award. There is a great amount of companies that you can choose from to be produce, with products ranging from cheese, cider, meat, scotch eggs and many more.

* Keynsham Farmer’s MarketKeynsham Farmer’s Market

Time: 9:00 am

Taking place on the second Saturday of each month, Keynsham Farmer’s Market is a n ideal source for some of the best food produce around. The market consists of established and award winning food and drink companies such as the Humble Pie Co, Somerset Cheese Company and the Incredible Brewing Co.

* Stroud Farmer’s MarketStroud Farmer’s Market

Time: 9:00 am

Twice awarded the best Farmers’ Market in the UK, Stroud Farmers Market is the place to be for great products. Countless amounts of companies attend the Farmers’ market and countless amounts of customers attend to by the best quality produce. You can find companies such as Gould’s Cheddar, Bow-in-the-Cloud Wine Vineyard and Faithfull’s Quality Baking.

* Bath Farmer’s MarketBath Farmer’s Market

Time: 9:00 am

Held at Green Park in Bath every Saturday, Bath Farmers’ Market has been running since 1997, promoting some of the best quality products from various different companies. The market also supports small or new producers as well as some of the established companies that are around today. Here you can find award winning produce such as fish, pork, sweet pastries, chocolates, tea & coffee and many more.

* Eat & Drink Spring 2021Eat & Drink Spring 2021

Time: 10:00 am

Eat &; Drink Spring Festival 2021 - Weekday Friday 26th March - Sunday 11th April 2021 OLYMPIA EXHIBITION CENTRE, LONDON, LONDON, W14 8UX

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* Eat & Drink Spring 2021Eat & Drink Spring 2021

Time: 10:00 am

Eat &; Drink Spring Festival 2021 - Weekday Friday 26th March - Sunday 11th April 2021 OLYMPIA EXHIBITION CENTRE, LONDON, LONDON, W14 8UX

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* Melton Mowbray Farmer’s MarketMelton Mowbray Farmer’s Market

Time: 8:00 am

Hosted on both Tuesday and Friday every week and running for a total of 150 years and counting, Melton Mowbray Farmer’s Market has earned a stellar reputation by hosting a number of high quality, successful traders each week, selling a number of different products. Some of these products include cheese, fish, freshly brewed coffee, high quality fruit and vegetables and Asian and Chinese cuisine.

* Selling Your Products OnlineSelling Your Products Online

Time: 9:30 am

With many producers now selling online, there is pressure for all producers to consider this as a viable sales route for their products. However, there can be much confusion about the best platform for your products. The workshop will take you through how to best prepare yourself, your business and your products for selling online. This workshop will introduce case studies and support from other producers who have the first-hand experience of selling online. We will take you through a checklist of things to prepare to ensure you are ready for eCommerce in terms of technical aspects and other points of consideration like images, product details distribution among many others. Who should attend this session? Food and drink producers considering eCommerce sales. What will we cover? How to choose the best eCommerce platform Difference between the eCommerce sites An introduction to selling on Amazon Online Artisan Food Stores Shopify and other eCommerce sites. Technical aspects of selling online Preplanning advice – what needs to be in place before selling online What outcomes can you expect from joining us? You will leave this webinar with a range of tools to help you: How to better prepare your products for online sales Ability to choose the best platform for your products through a better understanding of how they work and the benefits of each How to ensure your products are technically sound for online sales. This is an interactive, action planning online workshop. You will leave this session with handouts and a practical action plan which can be implemented within your business. Where possible, we would like to encourage you to join this session with your video camera turned on and when instructed by the facilitator, you may un-mute your microphone to take full advantage of the interactive nature of the workshop.

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* Loughborough Farmer’s MarketLoughborough Farmer’s Market

Time: 8:00 am

Loughborough Farmer’s Market is a great place to sell local food and drink products including bread, fruit and vegetables , eggs and honey. The market also has plans to add a new Craft Market to the existing market, which will help to appeal to a wider audience. This is a brilliant opportunity for you to find a range of local products and is not one to be missed. This event is being held on the second Wednesday of every month.

* Bristol Farmer’s and ProducersBristol Farmer’s and Producers

Time: 8:30 am

Bristol Farmers’ and Producers’ Market gives you the chance to buy a number of different products from a number of great food and drink companies, Bristol Farmers’ and Producers Markets’ is an awarding winning market held every Wednesday. You can buy produce from great companies such as Somerset Charcuterie, Little Hollows Pasta and Xisto Wines.

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* Shelf Life With MAP GasesShelf Life With MAP Gases

Time: 10:00 am

Extending Shelf Life With MAP Gases – Neil Hansford Event Overview The pandemic has had a dramatic impact on the way consumers shop for food, increasing the need for longer shelf life. Neil Hansford, Air Products food technical engineer, discusses how all-natural gas flushing, with its ability to extend shelf life by up to 500%, can be a useful tool for helping food producers address the need for longer shelf life and reduced food waste. Who Should Attend? Food and Drink Producers looking to incorporate MAP gases into their production process with a view to extending shelf life. What will be covered: What are MAP gases and how do they work? How can they be used in food and drink processing to extend shelf life? Other ways of enhancing your products using MAP gases.

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* Melton Mowbray Farmer’s MarketMelton Mowbray Farmer’s Market

Time: 8:00 am

Hosted on both Tuesday and Friday every week and running for a total of 150 years and counting, Melton Mowbray Farmer’s Market has earned a stellar reputation by hosting a number of high quality, successful traders each week, selling a number of different products. Some of these products include cheese, fish, freshly brewed coffee, high quality fruit and vegetables and Asian and Chinese cuisine.

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* Beeston Farmers MarketBeeston Farmers Market

Time: 8:00 am

Held in Beeston Square, this newly formed farmers market allows customers to buy fresh products, all locally produced and in a great location. You will have the ability to speak directly with both artisan producers and farmers to pick their brains about the food and drink you will be purchasing. A plethora of products are sold here, including handmade fudge, artisan bread, speciality teas and many more. The market is held on the 3rd Saturday of each month.

* Bath Farmer’s MarketBath Farmer’s Market

Time: 9:00 am

Held at Green Park in Bath every Saturday, Bath Farmers’ Market has been running since 1997, promoting some of the best quality products from various different companies. The market also supports small or new producers as well as some of the established companies that are around today. Here you can find award winning produce such as fish, pork, sweet pastries, chocolates, tea & coffee and many more.

* Stroud Farmer’s MarketStroud Farmer’s Market

Time: 9:00 am

Twice awarded the best Farmers’ Market in the UK, Stroud Farmers Market is the place to be for great products. Countless amounts of companies attend the Farmers’ market and countless amounts of customers attend to by the best quality produce. You can find companies such as Gould’s Cheddar, Bow-in-the-Cloud Wine Vineyard and Faithfull’s Quality Baking.

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* Melton Mowbray Farmer’s MarketMelton Mowbray Farmer’s Market

Time: 8:00 am

Hosted on both Tuesday and Friday every week and running for a total of 150 years and counting, Melton Mowbray Farmer’s Market has earned a stellar reputation by hosting a number of high quality, successful traders each week, selling a number of different products. Some of these products include cheese, fish, freshly brewed coffee, high quality fruit and vegetables and Asian and Chinese cuisine.

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* Bristol Farmer’s and ProducersBristol Farmer’s and Producers

Time: 8:30 am

Bristol Farmers’ and Producers’ Market gives you the chance to buy a number of different products from a number of great food and drink companies, Bristol Farmers’ and Producers Markets’ is an awarding winning market held every Wednesday. You can buy produce from great companies such as Somerset Charcuterie, Little Hollows Pasta and Xisto Wines.

* Access Grant FundingAccess Grant Funding

Time: 9:30 am

Food and Drink – How to Access Grant Funding and Investments for Business Growth Following on from the seminar (Accessing and Managing Finance Support), this workshop is designed to provide detailed insight into grant funding and investment opportunities, specifically related to food and drink sector. The workshop will cover a range of funding options and how to prepare for investment opportunities with some real-life case studies and examples It always seems that other companies are good at securing grants or funding – and we often hear “why can’t we?” This workshop explores several options for funding and goes through the kind of preparatory work that must be undertaken to get you ready for applying for a grant or securing investment before you start to complete the application forms. Who should attend this session? Food and Drink producers considering applying for a grant or investment What will we cover? •How to make the best use of investment and funding opportunities such as R&D Tax Credits •Introduction to grant funding •Preparation required to secure a grant •Awareness-raising of other investment opportunities for food and drink producers •How to access funding and support What outcomes can you expect from joining us? You will leave this webinar with a range of tools to help you: •A deep understanding of submitting grant applications •Information on grants that are available at the time of the workshop and the requirements of them •Understanding the range of investment opportunities •Understanding what you need to do to access R&D Tax Credits This is an interactive, action planning online workshop. You will leave this session with handouts and a practical action plan which can be implemented within your business. Where possible, we would like to encourage you to join this session with your video camera turned on and when instructed by the facilitator, you may un-mute your microphone to take full advantage of the interactive nature of the workshop. Who’ll be presenting this webinar? Rachel Mallows MBE is a Northamptonshire businesswoman with over 30 years’ experience in delivering training, coaching, mentoring and business support. Rachel is the founder and Managing Director of The Mallows Company Limited, a Wellingborough based business with a regional remit, supporting SMEs and larger businesses with a focus on the food and drink sector. Rachel is also Director of the Weetabix Northamptonshire Food and Drink Awards (founded in 2009), Made In Northamptonshire, and is Chair of Trustees of The Daylight Centre, Wellingborough which runs a food bank. This presentation is delivered in partnership with Business Gateway Growth Hub and Food and Drink Forum and is part-funded by the European Regional Development Fund. Places are limited and priority will be given to trading SMEs based in Leicester and Leicestershire.

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* How to work out Product CostinHow to work out Product Costin

Time: 10:53 am

How to work out Product Costing's Working out the cost of your products is an essential but sometimes complex task. Zoe Plant our New Product Development and Innovation Manager will talk businesses through this beginner's guide to costing out recipes, ensuring that you cover your costs to pay your bills, yourselves and make a profit. During the session, Zoe will guide businesses through a costing spreadsheet explaining the different elements to them while taking individual questions that are relevant to your businesses' unique production processes.

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* Melton Mowbray Farmer’s MarketMelton Mowbray Farmer’s Market

Time: 8:00 am

Hosted on both Tuesday and Friday every week and running for a total of 150 years and counting, Melton Mowbray Farmer’s Market has earned a stellar reputation by hosting a number of high quality, successful traders each week, selling a number of different products. Some of these products include cheese, fish, freshly brewed coffee, high quality fruit and vegetables and Asian and Chinese cuisine.

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* West Bridgford Farmers MarketWest Bridgford Farmers Market

Time: 8:00 am

Taking place on the second and fourth Saturday of every month, West Bridgford Farmers Market is a place for people to buy products from a multitude of companies, with prod-ucts such as mushrooms, cheeses, hand-made chocolates and honey. This is the perfect place to go to keep up with the latest fresh produce throughout the D2N2 area.

* Bath Farmer’s MarketBath Farmer’s Market

Time: 9:00 am

Held at Green Park in Bath every Saturday, Bath Farmers’ Market has been running since 1997, promoting some of the best quality products from various different companies. The market also supports small or new producers as well as some of the established companies that are around today. Here you can find award winning produce such as fish, pork, sweet pastries, chocolates, tea & coffee and many more.

* Stroud Farmer’s MarketStroud Farmer’s Market

Time: 9:00 am

Twice awarded the best Farmers’ Market in the UK, Stroud Farmers Market is the place to be for great products. Countless amounts of companies attend the Farmers’ market and countless amounts of customers attend to by the best quality produce. You can find companies such as Gould’s Cheddar, Bow-in-the-Cloud Wine Vineyard and Faithfull’s Quality Baking.

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* Market Bosworth's Farmer’sMarket Bosworth's Farmer’s

Time: 2:21 pm

Commencing on the final Sunday of each month, Market Bosworth’s Farmer’s Market is an excellent place to buy a plethora of local products. At the market you have the chance to buy anything from local fruit, jam, cakes, honey, beer, wine and so much more. You even have the opportunity of buying a number of non food products including soaps, plants and multiple other items.

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* Melton Mowbray Farmer’s MarketMelton Mowbray Farmer’s Market

Time: 8:00 am

Hosted on both Tuesday and Friday every week and running for a total of 150 years and counting, Melton Mowbray Farmer’s Market has earned a stellar reputation by hosting a number of high quality, successful traders each week, selling a number of different products. Some of these products include cheese, fish, freshly brewed coffee, high quality fruit and vegetables and Asian and Chinese cuisine.

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* Bristol Farmer’s and ProducersBristol Farmer’s and Producers

Time: 8:30 am

Bristol Farmers’ and Producers’ Market gives you the chance to buy a number of different products from a number of great food and drink companies, Bristol Farmers’ and Producers Markets’ is an awarding winning market held every Wednesday. You can buy produce from great companies such as Somerset Charcuterie, Little Hollows Pasta and Xisto Wines.

* Business & Strategic PlanningBusiness & Strategic Planning

Time: 9:30 am

Food and Drink – Business and Strategic Planning Business and Strategic Planning is key to the success of food and drink production. This workshop takes you through the process of what you need to include in your business and strategic plan, with examples and support to enhance its effectiveness Resilience is a mindset and an approach that all business leaders should be able to build into their business planning. Using this as a framework for checking or building your business plan is the focus of this participative session. Strategy, based on vision, is at the heart of good planning and we will look to develop individual action plans and activities that delegates can use overtime to ensure robust continuity plans are in place for any unexpected circumstances. Who should attend this session? Food and drink business leaders who are wanting to update or refresh their business plans, built on their strategies for the next 3 to 5 years. What will we cover? Strategic planning can support you into becoming a resilient business and allow you to continue when unprecedented events occur that could affect your business performance. Check the validity of current plans Check for robust-ability Make changes to ensure continuity and resilience Identify future risks/horizon scanning Analysis models to support your business including SWOT/PESTLE Analysis Team involvement and ownership?? What outcomes can you expect from joining us? You will leave this webinar with a range of tools to help you: An understanding of business and strategy planning Review of plan headings and how to update contents Knowledge of how to use analysis tools for building resilience Developing a continuity plan, with case study examples to draw from other tools: ‘what if?’, SWOT etc This is an interactive, action planning online workshop. You will leave this session with handouts and a practical action plan which can be implemented within your business. Where possible, we would like to encourage you to join this session with your video camera turned on and when instructed by the facilitator, you may un-mute your microphone to take full advantage of the interactive nature of the workshop. Who’ll be presenting this webinar? Rachel Mallows MBE is a Northamptonshire businesswoman with over 30 years’ experience in delivering training, coaching, mentoring and business support. Rachel is the founder and Managing Director of The Mallows Company Limited, a Wellingborough based business with a regional remit, supporting SMEs and larger businesses with a focus on the food and drink sector. Rachel is also Director of the Weetabix Northamptonshire Food and Drink Awards (founded in 2009), Made In Northamptonshire, and is Chair of Trustees of The Daylight Centre, Wellingborough which runs a food bank. This presentation is delivered in partnership with Business Gateway Growth Hub and Food and Drink Forum and is part-funded by the European Regional Development Fund. Places are limited and priority will be given to trading SMEs based in Leicester and Leicestershire. link to growth hub LinkedIn profile ink to growth hub linkedin profile

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* Intellectual PropertyIntellectual Property

Time: 10:00 am

Intellectual Property Considerations for Food and Drink Producers This webinar will provide an introduction to intellectual property and why it is central to your business plan and critical to your success. Strategic use of your intellectual property will provide you with a commercial advantage. It will allow you to create exclusivity. It will protect your products or processes from the unwanted attention of your competitors. And if you are seeking investment, your IP becomes even more crucial.

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* Melton Mowbray Farmer’s MarketMelton Mowbray Farmer’s Market

Time: 8:00 am

Hosted on both Tuesday and Friday every week and running for a total of 150 years and counting, Melton Mowbray Farmer’s Market has earned a stellar reputation by hosting a number of high quality, successful traders each week, selling a number of different products. Some of these products include cheese, fish, freshly brewed coffee, high quality fruit and vegetables and Asian and Chinese cuisine.