Firm serves up a feast of advice at Scotland Food and Drink AGM
Scotland’s Food & Drink industry continues to go from strength to strength as the sector body launched its first Industry Performance Review at its sell out AGM and Conference.
With the futuristic theme of the ‘Industry in 2030’, Scotland Food & Drink outlined its ambitions to grow the value of the sector to £16.5bn by 2017.
At the heart of the one day conference and exhibition was the firm’s ‘Future Flavour Lab’ where visitors were treated to sampling healthy snacks and new chocolate products and flavour competitions, as well as legal advice on how to future proof their business.
Lucy Gannon, Business Team Partner who specialises in advising clients in the Food & Drink industry said, “Innovation and exporting continue to be the lead issues within the sector as companies strive for growth. With this brings legal considerations and early advice is essential to avoid costly errors.
“The Performance Review is an essential piece of research into the sector, the first of its kind, which maps the success of the industry’s strategy launched in 2007. Whilst companies are enjoying continued growth there can be no room for complacency in delivering Scotland as an international platform for food and drink.”
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