With more brands attempting to speak the language of wellness and a steady stream of startups seeking to secure a foothold in this increasingly competitive industry, we asked a select group of Brisbane businesses in the wellness space to identify the trends that are shaping the market.
BrewDog has unveiled its Australian home with the official opening of its taproom and restaurant in Brisbane. Plus, applications for Future Food Initiative’s 2020 Global Markets and Investor Readiness Program will be opening soon.
Dug O’Hare, Executive Director Asia Pacific of Hilton Foods Australia and New Zealand discusses why Hilton Food Group invested about $150 million in automation at their Brisbane facility.
Sofi Spritz founder Tom Maclean explains how his aperitivo start-up grew from humble beginnings at farmers’ markets to a crowdfunding success story.
Updates from Brisbane innovate and the Lord Mayor's Business Awards.
Lachlan Campbell, Vice President of Marketing & Innovation at GroundProbe explains why Brisbane is the perfect innovation incubator.
Juliette Murphy, CEO and co-founder of FloodMapp, explains how the Brisbane floods of 2011 led to the creation of a new start-up that could save lives around the world.
Reid Arkinstall, Director of Corporate and Client Relations at IES, explains how his organisation is selling Brisbane to students around the world — and making them part of Brisbane’s future.
How are people across Asia changing their consumption habits? Jane Barnett, Head of Insights for South APAC at Mintel, dives into the four different types of consumers you need to know about.
Ashley Gordon, Director of Client Relations for Carillon Conference Management, explains why business events play a crucial role in Brisbane’s visitor economy — and could play an even bigger role in the future.