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October 25 - 29, 2021. Online,
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About the Event

Do you work in the drinks business? Are you looking for insights, ideas and inspiration to grow your business or further your career?

If you’re a producer, supplier, retailer, venue operator or bartender – or if you’re looking to launch your start-up, you’re in the right place.

The Bloody Big Drinks Summit is the new online event from Food & Beverage Media, the publishers of The Shout, National Liquor News, Beer & Brewer, Australian Hotelier and Bars & Clubs. And it’s full to the brim with business advice, marketing tips and the latest information about making beer, wine and spirits.

More than 50 industry experts from around the world share their knowledge with you in a series of keynote presentations and panel discussions.

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Oliver Maruda

Co-Founder at The Whisky List
Oliver Maruda, Cofounder and CEO of The Whisky List (TWL), Australia’s largest whisky marketplace. TWL has a strong focus on education through their popular virtual tastings, exclusive bottlings, personalised recommendations, as well as partnerships with independent online retailers, The Whisky Show and numerous whisky bars and distilleries across Australia.

Chris Baddock

CEO at Australian Liquor Marketers
Chris has over 30 years of experience in FMCG including Lion and Woolworths. Most recently Chris was Director of Pinnacle Drinks, a wholly owned subsidiary of the Woolworths’ Endeavour Drinks Group.

Chris O’Brien

General Manager at Liquor Barons Co-op ltd
O’Brien's first job in the liquor industry was with Lion in 1995.  He joined them as part of their Graduate Program. Before this, he worked for a company called Aerodata carrying out airborne geophysical surveys. After five years he spent time with a couple of WA wine businesses before winding up at Australian Liquor Marketers (ALM) as Trading Manager for ALM WA before being invited to take on a national role with Metcash in Sydney.
After six years in Sydney O’Brien returned to WA with his wife and his three Sydney born children.
It was in 2009 when the opportunity (although he’d say challenge) with the Liquor Barons emerged.
Today there are more than 75 Liquor Barons stores across Western Australia, which is testament to O’Brien’s leadership, particularly as the anti-liquor industry lobby grows in strength year after year.
O’Brien agrees there are still challenges that lie ahead for the industry such as the “ongoing small segments of the population who abuse alcohol” and the associated “drinking culture” in the nation.
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Julian Sanders
Managing Director at Spark Breweries and Distilleries
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Easy Pub Brewing for Profit Growth

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Richard Jeffares
Founder and CEO at TWØBAYS Brewing Co
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How to Service the Gluten Free Community - Alcohol and Food

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Christina DeLay
CEO at Altina Drinks
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The Non Alcoholic Opportunity – Strategies for Success in Retail and Hospitality

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