Anticipation is building in the lead-up to the Australian Wagyu Association’s annual conference, WagyuEdge: Building Integrity.
With just on two months to go, the much-anticipated WagyuEdge: Building Integrity Conference Program has now been released for what has become a noteworthy event in the beef industry calendar.
The Conference aims to bring together the Wagyu supply chain to learn and network with peers and industry specialists, with the aim of improving knowledge of and for, the industry. The event is also an opportunity to celebrate our successes, with the announcement of the Wagyu Branded Beef Competition winners, the Elite Wagyu National Sale and this year, 2019, marking the 30th Anniversary of the Association.
HIGHLIGHTS – DAY ONE
HIGHLIGHTS – DAY TWO
HIGHLIGHTS – DAY THREE
As with previous AWA conferences, delegates will be given the opportunity to experience what Wagyu beef is all about – an exceptional eating experience.
The first evening Welcome Dinner is a relaxed atmosphere to give an opportunity to catch up with those in the industry. The Gala Dinner on Day 2 is more glamorous and formal where the focus in on the annual Charity Auction and winners of the Wagyu Branded Beef Competition. Day 3 luncheon is a celebration of those winners with a tasting BBQ to close off the Conference.
For those interested in the Elite Wagyu National Sale, the online and live auction kicks off at 3 pm. Interest from vendors means that the number of Lots entered has exceeded capacity including the top 5% of Wagyu genetics and special interest groups such as polled or rare genetics.
If you have not had the opportunity to sit back and enjoy southern Australia, the optional Tour for delegates is a must.
Visiting Mayura Station and Sher Wagyu in South Australia and Victoria, it is a great way to wind down after a busy conference. Seats are limited and filling quickly, it is recommended that bookings be made soon. Wrap yourself in Conference Merchandise and relax, it is all taken care of.