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Central Coast Industry Festival 6th – 7th March 2024

Posted by Edgar Adams on 7 February 2024
Central Coast Industry Festival 6th – 7th March 2024

Planning is well underway for the upcoming Central Coast Industry Festival. Exhibitor registrations were extended due to the Christmas holiday break but the organisers, Central Coast Industry Connect (CCIC), are pleased to advise that they have reached their quota of exhibitors.

To be held on the 6th and 7th March 2024 at Mingara, the Festival has attracted a broad range of exhibitors covering well known manufacturers like Sanitarium and Mars Food to organisations like 4id Solutions who provide RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) technology, Bioaction Pty Ltd who will showcase their odour control systems and recycled plastic platform material and Spot Go who manufacture a range of premium cleaning products.

The festival will also be featuring some of the regions manufacturers in the circular economy area who will talk to the opportunities they have gained by being a “Circular” business. It will have sessions on export and freight forwarding and on workplace safety, wellbeing and manufacturing competitiveness.  The university will have several speakers across the topics mentioned.

The festival is not only open to the manufacturing sector and those that service it, but other industry sectors including the construction and the medical sector.  It is also open to the public. Visitor registration is via web site from the 6th February or at the door.

A full list of exhibitors and the speaker program will be published on the Central Coast Industry Festival website,  from the 6th February.

The festival is sponsored by Investment NSW, Dyson Logistics and Central Coast Business Review.


Date: 6th March        10.00am to 6.00pm

Date:7th March         10.00am to 4.00pm

Speaker sessions run from 11.00am to 3.30pm.

Location: Showroom and Tasman rooms at Mingara Recreational Club.

Author:Edgar Adams
Tags:Manufacturing News

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