We’re exactly two weeks away from the 2015 Winter Brewbound Session, happening on Thursday, Dec. 3 in San Diego, and the final agenda is now available for viewing.
As always, we’ve packed the program with presentations, panel discussions and conversations with experts from all corners of the craft industry.
Brewbound Session attendees will hear from a variety of passionate entrepreneurs and experts in the areas of brewery development, business planning, finance and more.
Recently added speakers include:
- Felipe Szpigel, The High End President, A-B InBev
- Amy Gutierrez, Category Manager – Beer, BevMo!
- Steve Almaraz, Craft category Development Director, Reyes Beverage Group
- Ryan Lake, Director, First Beverage Group
- Deborah Steinthal, Founder & Managing Partner, Scion Advisors
- Jeff Hansson, Vice President, Saint Archer Brewing Company
The Brewbound Session will also offer numerous networking opportunities, including a welcome reception on Dec. 2, hosted at San Diego’s Mission Brewery. And, in addition to multiple structured networking breaks throughout the day on Dec. 3, attendees are also invited to join the official Brewbound Session After Party at Coronado Brewing’s production facility and tasting room.
Please Note: The Brewbound Session is NEARLY SOLD OUT and limited tickets remain. Don’t miss out on your chance to join more than 200 beer industry professionals for a full-day of education and networking.
- Discounted Lodging: The discounted room block expires tomorrow at the Paradise Point Resort & Spa – only available to registered attendees.
- Startup Brewery Challenge: Last call, only one spot left!
- On a tight budget? A select number of discounted tickets for startup breweries are available. Please contact on Landis at (617) 231-8834 or firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more.
About the Brewbound Session
Focused exclusively on the business side of craft brewing, Brewbound Session events offer an unmatched strategic learning opportunity for craft brewers and wholesalers by combining the best in business information and networking. The one-day program features a hand-selected roster of industry experts and leaders who, through presentations and panel discussions, will touch on topics including investment, marketing, distributions strategies and more.
Panelists and presenters will help brewers weigh the impact of portfolio choices, branding elements like design and packaging decisions on brand building and shelf appeal, as well as long-term distribution strategies. Marketing, merchandising, and the overall state of the craft market are looked at as opportunities for brewers to improve revenue and profitability, and to build the capital structure that will allow them to weather any storm.