If are an aspiring leader in your company, don’t miss the ABA 2015 Fall Policy Conference, taking place October 20-22, at the Marriott Marquis in Washington.
Looking to the industry’s future, the ABA Fall Policy Conference fosters the education and development of the industry’s next generation of leaders. Offering leadership training, advocacy education, Capitol Hill lobbying visits, networking opportunities, and more, this Conference brings together aspiring industry leaders. Attendees will learn about policy issues and get access to consumer trends and leave with valuable take-aways to enable them to grow professionally.
“Participating in this Conference is an important milestone for our industry’s young leaders. It’s important for aspiring baking executives to interact with industry experts and peers, as well as gain leadership insight and professional development,” said ABA President and CEO Robb MacKie. “The Capitol Hill visits really gauge their understanding of how Washington operates and how advocacy for our industry makes a difference.”
A cadre of nationally-recognized experts in the baking industry will speak about topics ranging from the egg crisis to the global food safety initiative. Breakout and policy committee sessions will provide valuable opportunities for bakers to learn about and collaborate on key topics, identify best practices, and share innovative trends.
Conference highlights also include:
- NextGenBaker Programming
- Bakers’ Dozen Reception
- Capitol Hill Lobbying Visits
- Industry Skills Gap Analysis
- Political Outlook and Election Update
Invest in the future of your company and your employees by sending representatives to this important industry event. More information and registration is available at www.americanbakers.org/meetings. Follow meeting and speaker updates with #ABAPolCon.