If you’re considering exhibiting at the International Bulk Wine and Spirits Show in San Francisco this year, you’d better get your skates on as there are now only five remaining exhibitor places.
Whether you’re a winery or a distillery looking to sell bulk wine or spirits, a producer or negotiant offering contract manufacturing or private label programs, or have excess stock to clear, then the IBWSS is the place to be.
Speakers include Nat DiBuduo, president, Allied Grape Growers, which represents 500 grape growers in California. He will be opening on the most important factors to consider when buying bulk wine.
Trends that are shaping the global bulk wine market will be discussed by Brandy Rand, vice president of marketing and business development for the International Wine and Spirits Research (IWSR), while John Beaudette, president, and CEO of Monsieur Henri Wines will be analyzing the new craft phenomenon.
How best to optimize bulk wine shipments will be the topic that Thomas Barford, managing director of logistics company JF Hillebrand USA will be exploring, and Steve Raye, president of wine marketing company Bevology will be discussing how to connect with multicultural consumers.
Meanwhile, Tim Hanni, MW, will be attempting to dispel the myths about bulk wine, while wine educator Deborah Parker Wong will be explaining how to develop and deliver successful bulk wine programs.
The IBWSS is being held on July 26th, 27th and 28th in San Francisco Included in the price is a two-day conference pass, worth $400.