Seminar on diversity in FMCG leadership

A seminar on why building diverse teams is so important in the FMCG industry is to be held in Auckland on 23 August. ‘Diversity in FMCG Leadership: Reaching for the Top’ has been organised by FGC. It aims to provide female FGC members with insights, inspiration and encouragement to build their careers in fast-moving-consumer-goods to encourage more to take on greater leadership roles.

It's open to all members and members of their team.

Special guest speaker will be Amanda Banfield, Managing Director of Mondelez International Australia and New Zealand.

Others include some of Australia and New Zealand's most successful FMCG leaders: Veronique Cremades, CEO of Nestle (FGC's Chair), Alison Barrass, CEO of Griffins, Chris Quin, CEO of Foodstuffs North Island, Shannon Kelly, Group Supplier Engagement Manager FSNI, and Melanie Beattie, Head of Strategic Partnerships for ASB. 

The seminar will be held in collaboration with the Cosmetics, Toiletries & Fragrance Association (CTFA) and Foodstuffs North Island, with the generous assistance of ASB and L'Oreal. It will be at the ASB Cube in Auckland and costs $60. To register, click on the green registration button on the home page of the website.

At the end of the event, FGC will announce a new project to support young women executives take their careers to the next level