Welcome to the 2017 Olive Exposium, Australia’s independent leading olive industry event.
TICKETS available till the 31st January 2017… It’s the final countdown!
- DATES: 7th, 8th & 9th February 2017
- VENUE: Serafino Winery by the Lake
- LOCATION: McLaren Vale located in the Fleurieu Peninsula, an internationally renowned food & wine destination and home to Australia’s oldest olive growing trees dating back to 1837.
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The 2017 Olive Exposium (OE17) was announced by Amanda Bailey, Director of The Olive Centre, at the recent Royal Adelaide Olive Awards attended by over 100 growers, producers, processors, olive oil judges and suppliers at the National Wine Centre. The OE17 will take place the McLaren Vale in the spectacular Fleurieu Peninsula in South Australia.
“As Olive Exposium host, The Olive Centre, is constantly reviewing the latest issues facing the industry while talking with growers, researchers, retailers, suppliers, culinary experts and independent industry professionals” Amanda Bailey said. “We believe the olive industry worldwide is at a pivotal stage of development where a new turning point is on the horizon”, Bailey said. “Exciting and challenging times are ahead, and the key to this progression is through new pathways. We need to look at future directions, take insight, and head towards innovating to change our thinking, and to quintessentially make new ideas happen”.
The theme of the Olive Exposium for 2017 is …. “Future direction, Insight and Innovation… making ideas happen”
The OE17 is open to everyone working within the olive industry – olive growers, producers, processors, researchers, retailers and distributors, educators, suppliers and hospitality – who want to expand their knowledge and skills, improve their current operation, develop their business acumen, enhance their grove’s potential, explore new consumer-driven product trends and realise their marketing efforts to achieve higher levels of success.
The OE17 will take on some of the biggest issues faced by the olive industry and look at how to overcome the challenges these propose to people involved in the industry in practical, efficient and economically viable ways. The outcome for improvement is very much at the forefront of the program.
“People attending the OE17 will be able to take back an in-depth view of what is possible, and how they can incorporate this to achieve effective outcomes for their business and grove”, explained Bailey.
Focus Topics and Sessions
- Latest research in olive oil processing technology
- What’s new about the Labelling laws
- Mediterranean Diet
- Modern Marketing Trends and Buyer Behaviours
- 70% of Australian produced olive oil are EVOO… what happened to the rest?
- Tasting the Science of olive oil
- Breaking down the Cellar Door to implement a successful operation in your grove
- Value adding to your consumer experience
- Threats to Australia
- Forums, workshops and much more…
Extra Workshops, Networking and social functions are also available
Tickets and Bookings
Strictly a limited number of tickets available. The 2015 Olive Exposium sold out before it commenced. If you want to secure your place, now is the time to book and take advantage of the early bird offer – plan ahead and get the best rate available to attend the OE17.
This event will be sold out and if you want to secure your place… now is the time and the Early Bird offer is the best rate available!
Mark your diary and book your tickets for the Olive Exposium and Social Events now so you don’t miss out! The Olive Exposium is the leading event of the year!
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- Getting there
- Programme topics
- Keynote Speakers & Presenters
- Networking & Social Events
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REF: The History of Adelaide’s Olive Trees
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