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FSAA: Viewpoint Lunch – Brisbane

June 19 @ 11:45 am - 2:15 pm

FSAA member and their guests information on the Brisbane Viewpoint lunch. These lunches are an insightful discussion on industry relevant topics and the opportunity to network

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Brisbane Viewpoint Luncheon with Guest speaker Jeremy Goodman – Director Supply Chain Carnival Australia

When & Where:
Date: June 19
Time: 11:45 AM – 2:15 PM
Venue: The Port Office Hotel, 40 Edward Street, Brisbane

Guest Speaker Spotlight


Insights and Opportunities: Don’t Miss the Boat on Cruise Ship Catering and Procurement.

What to Expect:

Join us at the charming Port Office Hotel, where heritage charm meets modern comfort. This event is more than just a meal; it’s an opportunity to connect with fellow foodservice professionals and gain a wealth of knowledge and insights.
At FSAA, our events are crafted to provide actionable knowledge and the latest industry insights. From the choice of speakers to the structure of discussions, every element is designed to deepen your understanding and refine your strategies.

Agenda:

11:45 am – 12:00 pm: Registration and Welcome Drinks
12:15 pm –  Welcome – CEO Minnie Constan
12.15 pm:  Entree is served (12.40 Lunch)

1.00 PM – 1.30 PM Keynote Presentation by Jeremy Goodman, Director – Supply Chain, Carnival Australia
– Overview of the cruise industry and catering segment
– Insights into operational scale and procurement processes
– Supplier requirements and evolving trends in onboard dining
– Steps to become a supplier for Carnival Australia
– Sustainability initiatives and future trends in cruise catering
1:30 pm – 2:45 pm: Q&A Session
1.50 pm – 2.00 pm: Wrap up

 

Who Should Attend:
This event is perfect for professionals in the manufacturing, distribution, or supply sectors. Learn from our featured speaker, celebrate industry achievements, and expand your professional network.

Why Attend:
– Engage in informative discussions
– Network with industry peers
– Discover new strategies in cruise ship catering and procurement

About the Speaker

Jeremy Goodman has almost 20 years of experience in Procurement & Supply Chain, primarily in the travel, leisure & hospitality sectors.
With a keen focus on delivering meaningful value & developing strong partnerships, Jeremy has used his strong passion for building relationships, and thinking outside of the box to solve complex supply & logistics issues across the Asia Pacific region.
Jeremy maintains a close watch on ensuring that the end customer is always strongly considered in all aspects of the supply chain process and strives to find new ways to learn & innovate through analytics, experiences, and staying closely connected to a wide range of stakeholders across many industry sectors.
As a supply chain leader in the Cruise Industry during the COVID-19 pandemic and continuing through some of the most challenging supply chain times in recent history, the ability to remain resilient and agile has never been so critical.
When not playing around with ships, Jeremy is hanging with his wife and 7 and 9-year-old daughters, exploring our shared passions for all things travel and culinary-related.

Getting There
Parking is available at Margaret Street – Follow council signs
10 Min walk from Central Station

RSVP and Register by JUNE 12

**Platinum Partners, please email Minnie to confirm your tickets at mconstan@fsaa.org.au

FSAA member and their guests information on the Brisbane Viewpoint lunch. These lunches are an insightful discussion on industry relevant topics and the opportunity to network

Details

Date:
June 19
Time:
11:45 am - 2:15 pm
Event Tags:
Website:
https://events.humanitix.com/brisbane_viewpoint_june

Venue

Port Office Hotel
40 Edward Street
Brisbane, QLD 4000 Australia
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