Lancashire based energy management technology company, Businesswise Solutions, is undertaking a sector sentiment research project to celebrate the launch of a new membership with the Food & Drink Federation (FDF). The research, named ‘Sentiment of the Sector’, will gain insight into the current and future state of the food and drink manufacturing sector.
The report will evaluate the current confidence within the sector, current and perceived future impact of COVID19 and consumer behaviours that are driving change. Insight will be collected from three virtual round tables throughout September. Findings will then be presented in the very first report which will be available to the public in October 2020.
Will Golding, Food & Drink Sector Specialist at Businesswise Solutions said,
“We’re delighted to become a professional affiliate member of the Food & Drink Federation and launch our ‘Sentiment of the Sector’ insight report. Businesswise is fully committed to supporting the food and drink sector to become more sustainable, improve operational efficiency and reduce costs through energy management.”
Nicki Hunt, Membership and Commercial Director at FDF added:
“It’s a pleasure to have Businesswise Solutions as a professional affiliate, their expertise and energy management services will be a real benefit to our members. The sector report will provide real insight for our members and the overall food and drink sector.”
Businesswise and the FDF are looking for large and medium sized food and drink manufacturers to take part in their ‘Sentiment of the Sector‘ round tables and report. If you are interested please contact Phil Howarth on 01282 504787 or [email protected].
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