Presented by the EU Delegation to Australia and the Bond University's Centre for Commercial Law, the event takes place on Tuesday, 12 February, from 8:30-1PM.
Full program available here.
Professor William van Caenegem, Bond University, ‘Diversification as a competitive strategy in agriculture: The potential role of Geographical Indications.’
Professor Karen Hussey, University of Queensland, ‘Agricultural Policy and free trade: GIs in the European/Australian FTA negotiations.’
Leeanne Puglisi-Gangemi, Ballandean Estates, ‘The experience with GIs: Benefits for wine and other industries in a declared GI region.’
Bill McHenry, McHenry Distillery, Tasmania, and Tasmanian Whiskey Producers Association ‘The benefits of a future Tasmanian Whiskey GI, and the need for better protection of food and beverage GIs in Australia’
Helen Thomas, King Island Council ‘Lobster, Dairy and Beef: Kind Island’s experience with trade marks and the potential of GIs for the local economy’
Princeton Room, Building 6, 14 University Drive, Robina.