By Amy Looker, editor National Liquor News
Delegates have until the end of March to secure early bird registration to the 2014 Australian Liquor Stores Association (ALSA) conference in Cairns.
Taking place at the Pullman Cairns from Sunday 24 August to Friday 29 August, the annual ALSA conference is considered the benchmark for the retail liquor industry, featuring a roll call of respected keynote speakers, industry stakeholders and key banner groups, suppliers and manufacturers.
The conference program is set to be finalised in coming weeks, with delegates likely to hear from a wide range of speakers covering topics from running a retail liquor business to a snapshot of the current regulatory landscape along with panel discussions, workshops and networking events.
“The 2014 ALSA conference in Cairns will again feature a day focused on the regulatory environment, with guest speakers and panels debating the issues around the future of the alcohol beverage and hospitality industry sector and plans to provide balanced advice to government to help them make informed and sensible alcohol policy decisions,” said ALSA chief executive officer, Terry Mott.
Delegates who register before 31 March are eligible for a discount of $200 per person, while there are also discount pricing options for groups.
For more information or to register, visit www.alsa.com.au