The fresh fruits and vegetables industry is fast-paced and dynamic. There is little opportunity to take time out of a busy day for training and education. Recognizing the challenge of continuing education in our industry, CPMA develops, organizes and hosts webinars designed specifically for the fresh produce industry.
There are many diverse topics throughout the fresh fruit and vegetable supply chain, and CPMA's Education Committee works diligently to identify trends, topics and key issues and develop informative and dynamic webinars.
Free CPMA Fall Webinars
CPMA has partnered with pollster Abacus Data to provide research and insights on pressing issues impacting the fresh produce industry. We will be sharing these insights through two free upcoming webinars in September presented by Abacus Data’s CEO, David Coletto. The first webinar will cover consumer attitudes towards plastics and the second will share the latest numbers and insights on the 2019 Canadian federal election.
Please read below to learn more and register.
Consumer Insights on Plastics
Thursday, September 19th
1:30 PM – 2:30 PM (ET)
Abacus Data's CEO, David Coletto, will share results of a national consumer study he conducted for CPMA, exploring consumer preferences and attitudes towards single-use plastics and produce. The results reveal that consumers hold contradictory views – wanting to see plastic use reduced but becoming hesitant to change when their lifestyle and preferences are challenged. David will share the data and take questions from participants.
2019 Canadian Federal Election
Thursday, September 26th
1:00 PM – 2:00 PM (ET)
With only a few weeks before Canadians vote, the election is close and the electorate is still making up their minds. CPMA’s pollster, David Coletto from Abacus Data, will share his latest numbers and insights about what Canadians are thinking and what that means for the possible outcome. Tune in for an exclusive briefing for CPMA members and ask David anything that’s on your mind related to the election and what possible outcomes mean for the sector.
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