The Olive Centre is conducting an independent industry wide survey on the Australian Olive Industry. The initiative, which is well overdue for the industry, is available online and will close at midnight on Thursday 24 November.
This is the first time an independent industry business has conducted a survey on the olive industry in Australia. The Survey will be conducted on a biennial basis to keep people involved within the industry up to date with industry trends and developments and enable them to make a valuable contribution towards the future direction of the industry.
"The aim of the survey is to gauge insight from the wider industry about some of the latest trends on what growers, producers and processors are actually experiencing.” said Amanda Bailey, director of The Olive Centre. “Their views will help move the industry forward in the right direction for the future.”
The objective of the comprehensive survey is to ascertain what Industry in Australia thinks and to identify areas of need and focus in the future.
"This survey is an opportunity for people to have a say on issues that are important to them within their olive business and within the industry. " The broad range of questions are intended to deliver an overall perspective of the current industry and the state of its development.
"Here is the chance for those working and involved in the industry to give their opinions and feedback about their situation, industry, and to share information alongside the collation of the most comprehensive survey undertaken within the Australian Olive Industry to date.” Ms Bailey explained.
Results of the report will be published and available for perusal by those participating in the survey. Where relevant and useful, summary insights from the survey findings will be shared at the Olive Exposium 2017 www.oliveexposium.com
to be held between 7 to 9 February in 2017.
Participants who complete the Survey will go into a draw to win 1 of 2 complimentary tickets to the Olive Exposium 2017, valued at $420.00, to be held in the internationally renowned food and wine region, McLaren Vale, within the Fleurieu Peninsula, South Australia.
The online Survey can be taken here
For more details contact Amanda Bailey on
t : 07 4696 9845
e : firstname.lastname@example.org