Training for Startups and Small Businessess – Soil Association.

Sep 24, 2015

One-Day Seminar: 14th October 2015

Venue: Sheepdrove Eco Conference Centre, Sheepdrove Road, Lambourne, Berkshire

If you are a newcomer to the organic movement then you should find this one-day seminar to be of much interest. The Soil Association have created an event to support small businesses and Start-Ups plus the knowledge and guidance from the experts will of value to anyone already working in the organic sector or considering entering.

The expert speakers at this event shall be imparting their wisdom on subjects as diverse as organic principles, regulatory essentials and market & NPD trends, to channel development, marketing basics, brand building considerations and ethical financing, a broad understanding of organic food business considerations and opportunities.

Experts from Soil Association Certification will also guide you through what it means to be certified organic.

Places – £129 (£99 Early Bird book before 25th Sept/Concessions/SA licensees).

This is a full one-day event which includes an organic lunch.

For more information or to book your place visit: http://www.soilassociation.org/trade/events/startup

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