Producers are invited to attend a forum at Murray Bridge on July 16 on the Meat Industry Strategic Plan 2030.
MISP 2030 is the plan for the Australian red meat industry – from farm to feedlot to processor to retailer and live exporter – to tackle our biggest challenges and opportunities in the coming decade of radical change.
MISP 2030 will guide every dollar of levy investments to help industry meet these challenges. For individuals like you it aims to provide the support your business needs in a world driven by new consumer choices and a changing operating environment.
MISP 2030 has been shaped through a process of analysis, interviews and workshops to establish a clear picture of where our industry is now, future ‘goalposts’ for our industry to aim for, and high level programs of work to get to the future we want.
We’re now taking MISP 2030’s emerging themes and programs of work to people in the frontline of industry at six diverse regional locations around Australia to road-test our thinking.
We would like you to attend a two-hour session to give us your views on the potential programs of work in MISP 2030.
Please RSVP to Siobhan Wakely, firstname.lastname@example.org
Date: Tuesday, July 16, 2019
Time: 9:30 am - 11:30 am
Venue: Murray Bridge Town Hall
17 Bridge St
Murray Bridge, SA, Australia