IBWSS Brings Bulk Wine and Spirits to San Francisco
IBWSS is holding its San Francisco show this November showcasing the world’s leading suppliers of bulk wine, bulk spirits, private label, and contract manufacturing.
IBWSS San Francisco is split into two key parts: a trade show and exhibition floor featuring many of the world’s largest brokers and producers in the bulk wine and spirits market, and a two-day business conference featuring a wide range of top industry leaders.
It’s a unique opportunity to consider the bulk wine and private label market from a wide variety of perspectives: learn how retailers like supermarkets and hypermarkets view the emergence of the private label trend; get insights into what consumers (especially young millennial wine drinkers) are looking for in private label wines, and receive first-hand insights from high-profile market participants with direct experience in buying and selling in bulk.
A key theme of IBWSS San Francisco is developing a high-quality, innovative private label wine program that aligns well with your specific business goals. For some IBWSS participants, a new private label program can be a new source of revenue growth. For other IBWSS participants, a private label wine program can be a way to stabilize wine demand and supply. California winemakers, for example, can find new buyers for excess production, thereby ensuring that they can meet all of their upfront financial goals.
The Conference will be over 2 days and will include 14 different sessions helping you grow your bulk and private label business, here are some of them:
Global Bulk Wine Market and Trends, By Todd Azevedo, CIATTI COMPANY
Selling bulk wine and private label programs, by Mike Drobnick, SR. VP BUSINESS TO BUSINESS, O’NEILL VINTNERS & DISTILLERS
Controlling costs and Operating in an asset-light model to grow the bottom line and scale faster, by Oliver Colvin, CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER & GENERAL COUNSEL, WINERY EXCHANGE, INC.
MBA of running a bulk and private label business, by Joe Padilla, VP SALES, TERRAVANT WINE COMPANY
Effective Ways Of Working With Regional Chains, by Bruce Abbott, WINE AND SPIRITS CATEGORY MANAGER AT BROWN JUG ALASKA, FAIRBANKS, ALASKA
To view the full conference schedule, please click here. Members of the trade can register to attend the event for free, with admission to conferences costing $250 for two days.
The event is being held at South San Francisco Conference Center, 255 South Airport Boulevard South San Francisco, CA 94080, with the conference starting at 9 am and the exhibition open from 11 am to 5 pm.