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Certainty of food supply remains a real issue in the post-COVID world, participants in a webinar staged by our client, the Rural Press Club of Queensland (RPC), learnt yesterday.

The SAS Group helped RPC stage its fourth in its RPC Online series, an innovation launched after live, in-person events were banned as part of nationwide COVID restrictions.

RPC Committee Member Fran Becker was joined by panellists Krista Watkins, Director Natural Evolution Foods, Kelly Newton, Director Keppel Brand and Peter Lewis, Way With Words for this month’s topic: Industry innovation for agricultural food processing and manufacturing.  

If you’re interested in listening to this informative discussion, please head over to the website - https://www.ruralpressclub.com.au/news/rpc-online-industry-innovation-for-agricultural-food-processing-and-manufacturing - to watch the recording.

As always, the SAS Group continues to play a key part in the organisation of RPC’s events, even now they’re online. SAS Group Consultant Ashleigh Nolan works behind the scenes before and during these webinars to ensure members and guests are participating in seamless online events.

“Enormous thanks also to Ashleigh Nolan and the team at the SAS group. Ashleigh has been instrumental in getting us up and running on this platform and making our transition to online as smooth as possible,” – Fran Becker, RPC Committee Member.

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