Sessions for business and Industry - 2018 National Conference

These sessions are designed to provide opportunities to capture and share, industry relevant information for you, your business and your industry.


Structure Review Panel Discussion

Nursery Industry Structure Review
A presentation from the Structure Review Advisory Panel on their investigations and final report with opportunities for questions from delegates.
Tuesday 20 February, 4.10 pm ( Auditorium)

Peter Vaughan, CEO, Nursery & Garden Industry Australia

State of Play - Nursery & Garden Industry Australia
NGIA CEO Peter Vaughan provides an update on the NGIA's representation of Members and receive achievement.
Tuesday 20 February, 3.35 pm ( Auditorium)

Chris Beytes, Editor Grower Talks, Ball Publishing, Florida USA

American Trends for Australian nursery and garden businesses
Capture ideas and innovations hot off the press from the US
Tuesday 20 February, 9.50am (Auditorium)

Innovative management and marketing strategies for nursery and garden businesses
Practices you should be doing in business, to keep ahead of your competition
Tuesday 20 February, 2.05pm (Tasman)

Mark McCrindle, Social Researcher, Principle at McCrindle Research

Demographic shifts for greenlife growers and retailers to capture!
Understanding where your products will finally rest so you can to sell more.
Wednesday, 21 February, 1.55pm (Auditorium)

Chris Helder , Author of ‘Useful Belief’ and ‘The Ultimate Book of Influence’

Nursery Horticulture: No longer a Plan B.
If the nursery industry wants to be valued, it needs to value itself. The biggest culture shift of all. Wednesday 21 February, 3.00 (Auditorium)

Selwyn Snell, Chairman, Hort Innovation Australia

HIA Project and Activities Update
HIA providing an update on levy receipts, cross industry projects and HIA activities for their members.
Tuesday, 20 February, 2.40 pm (Tasman)

Jan Paul van Moort, ACIL Allen Consulting

Nursery & Garden Industry Statistics & Research: Good data and business tool
A recent research project has delivered great results and a benchmarking tool for industry. Understand why you can be confident in the results and how to use the tool in your business.
Wednesday 21 February, 11.15 am ( Auditorium)

Kerry-Lynn Peachy, University of Sydney

Managing the Pressures of Farming
Three straightforward checklists that you can use to identify and manage the most difficult pressures on your business, family and yourself.
Tuesday 20 February, 11.35 am (Tasman)

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Something new, unusual, inspirational
Industry Levy Sessions
Specialist retail Sessions
Technical Sessions

And don't forget the Pre-Conference Tours