After a hiatus in 2023, the Australian Meat Business Women National Conference is returning. This year, hosted by the new Australian Territory Partner, Stacey McKenna, the conference will take place at the Hyatt Place, Melbourne Essendon Fields on Wednesday 20 March.
Meat Business Women, the pioneering membership community for women in the global meat industry, is stepping up its presence in Australia with a new three-year partnership with industry affairs specialist Stacey McKenna.
Meat Business Women - the leading global community for women working across the meat and food supply chain - has announced the appointment of Harriet Wilson as the new Partnerships Director. Wilson is joined by three new UK & Ireland committee members, Jodie Bolland, Rebecca Gilligan, and Andrea Jex.
Meat Business Women and the Australian Meat Industry Council have announced the two delegates from 2023 Intercollegiate Meat Judging (ICMJ) program that will have the opportunity to rub shoulders with industry leaders at the Meat Processing and Export Conference.
A new independent, global report commissioned by Meat Business Women has shown that the meat industry has made progress in shifting the dial of women’s representation in senior leadership roles since the initial ground-breaking report was published in 2020.
McDonald’s UK & Ireland have committed to continue to shift the dial on diversity and inclusion in the meat industry thanks to a new two-year partnership with Meat Business Women, the global professional community for women working in the meat industry.
Meat Business Women, the global professional community for women working in the meat industry, has initiated international research which will track how many women are working in the global meat sector and the enablers and barriers to grow the talent pipeline.
Morrisons has re-confirmed its commitment to supporting gender diversity, equality and inclusion in the meat industry by re-signing their partnership with Meat Business Women as strategic partners for 2023/2024.
Agricultural manager at Marks & Spencer Olivia Nicholson and head of project management at ABP Ireland Rebecca Gilligan have won Meat Business Women’s One to Watch prize, announced on Wednesday 6th October at an award dinner and networking event in Solihull.
Seven brilliant young women from leading UK & Ireland meat organisations have been shortlisted for this year’s ‘One to Watch’ award, Meat Business Women’s annual prize for emerging female talent in the meat industry.
2 Sisters Food Group has re-confirmed its commitment to shifting the dial on diversity and inclusion in the poultry meat industry by aligning with Meat Business Women as a strategic partner for 2023/2024.