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Organicology: Co-Discovering What is Next For our Industry

Conscious Brands is honored and delighted to be hosted a wack of incredible workshops all over North America in the coming months.

Kicking it all off is a couple of workshops at Organicology in Portland, Oregon February 14th – 16th, 2019. Organicology is three days of intensive training sessions, workshops, world class keynote speakers, amazing entertainment, and networking. Striving to bring the newest research and education tracks, while offering ample time to celebrate and network.

Unlike most sustainable agriculture events, Organicology seeks to bring all of the stakeholder groups to the table to not only develop skills in their own areas of activity but to gain exposure to the challenges and accomplishments of those in other areas of the trade and movement.

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Conscious Brands will be facilitating a multi-part workshop during the conference – Co-Discovering What is Next For our Industry: A Generative Dialogue (part 1) on Friday from 1:30-5, followed by a Pro-action Cafe (Part 2) on Saturday from 9-12.

Using the Conscious Brands approach, bringing together a diverse group of industry leaders to engage in dialogue around what it means to co-create a solution to themes and sentiments surrounding ideas like mainstreaming, consolidation, and uncertainty within the natural foods community.

This multi-session, two-day workshop is for the leaders, the visionaries, the ones that are committed to using business to make the future better. A collaborative session, attendees will engage in big-picture conversations with big-picture thinkers to learn and share on what is next for our industry.

If you are in the area (or are just keen to visit Portland- it’s well worth the trip!) we hope to see you there! Find out more about other workshop offerings and impressive guest speakers, as well as conference registration on Organicology’s website. And let us know if you plan to attend! We would love to link up for a beer or mate and chat about some exciting new ideas shaping the natural foods industry

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