2015 Annual Conference: Speaker presentations

Groceries Code Adjudicator

June 23
14:20 2015

The Groceries Code Adjudicator (GCA) 2015 Annual Conference took place on 22 June 2015, at Church House, Westminster. Over 200 people registered to attend to hear from the Adjudicator and a range of other speakers about progress over the past 12 months, current Code related issues in the groceries sector and plans for the future.

The theme of the conference was Working Together, Making a Difference.

Presentations from the conference:

Working Together, Making a Difference

A presentation of the progress of the work of the GCA over the past 12 months.

Christine Tacon, Groceries Code Adjudicator - Working Together, Making A Difference (PDF, 1010KB, 18 pages) .

GCA annual sector survey - the results

Progress is being made across a range of significant areas in the goceries sector, as revealed by a comprehensive survey carried out by YouGov.

Stephan Shakespeare, CEO, YouGov - GCA annual sector survey - the results (PDF, 2.03MB, 26 pages).

GCA critique and savvy use of the Code

Sentinel Management Consultants present down to earth views on the groceries sector.

David Sables, CEO, Sentinel Management Consultants - GCA critique and savvy use of the Code (PDF, 544KB, 9 pages).

Trade Associations and the Code

The British Brands Group offers a perspective on the role of the trade association in training suppliers and helping members share their experiences of retailer practice with the GCA.

John Noble, Director, British Brands Group - Trade Associations and the Code (PDF, 523KB, 16 pages).

The year ahead

The Adjudicator presents her plans for the coming year.

Christine Tacon, Groceries Code Adjudicator - The year ahead (PDF, 594KB, 11 pages) .

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