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Central Coast Food Alliances “Innovation Bites” networking series gets underway

The ‘Innovation Bites’ series offers seven short and tailored sessions designed to spark fresh thinking, innovative ideas and help SME Food and Beverage producers develop their ‘toolkit’ to help grow their business.

Participants reported that they especially valued the opportunity to get fresh insights about future trends and forces such as sustainability as well as discussing business challenges with experienced Producers and exploring opportunities for business growth including accessing new sales channels.

The third session in the ‘Innovation Bites’ series is planned for 7th February ’24 and will explore the role and importance of connecting innovation to strategic objectives and the value of building a manageable pipeline of growth opportunities. This session will be online via Zoom from 5.00 pm – 6.30 pm with quick and easy registration HERE.

Also kicking off in February, the Central Coast Food Alliance’s ‘Innovating for Growth’ training program offers capability-building & coaching for a small cohort of SME Food or Beverage producers over 5 x ½ day in-person workshops, designed to upskill businesses to innovate effectively at speed.

The ‘Innovation Bites’ series and ‘Innovating For Growth’ training program is proudly funded by the NSW Government through the Greater Cities Commission.

To learn more about how CCFA can support Food and Beverage businesses to enhance their approach to innovation, please contact Alex Blow via

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