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Wine Industry Financial Symposium Session Previews
by Press Release
September 23, 2019

The Wine Industry Financial Symposium, the premier event covering the financial, business and strategic issues of the wine industry set for Tuesday, October 1 and Wednesday, October 2, 2019 at the CIA at Copia, Napa, California. Last year the event drew more than 250 wine industry executives and leaders. Join them: Registration for the symposium is open and tickets are still available at www.wineindustryfinancial.com.

Keynote Speech: A Good Future for Wine
Jim Clerkin, president and CEO of Moët Hennessy North America, will provide this year’s Wine Industry Financial Symposium’s keynote address on Day 2 (October 2, 2019) of the two-day event. In his current role, Clerkin is part of Moët Hennessy’s global executive team and is responsible for the company’s portfolio of global brands (such as Hennessy, Moët & Chandon, Dom Pérignon, Veuve Clicquot, and Belvedere), across the U.S., Canada and Mexico. With his global perspective and industry expertise, Clerkin will discuss the current state of the wine industry, predictions for the future and how to prepare for those changes ahead to ensure a successful wine business and/or brand.

About the Financial Symposium
New in 2019 - Wine Industry Financial Symposium attendees have access to content at the Wine Industry Technology Symposium taking place at Copia on October 1. Get your tickets to the financial symposium here www.wineindustryfinancial.com and check out the technology symposium content.


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