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Matthews’ Retailer Engagement Hub

Matthews Australasia has partnered with the Australian Food & Grocery Council’s Trading Partner Forum (TPF) to create the Retailer Engagement Hub for APPEX 2024. 

Located on the exhibition show floor at the Matthews stand, the Retailer Engagement Hub will cover supply chain, labelling and coding, including a 2D barcoding focus, with expert session speakers from leading enterprises covering a variety of subjects daily.

Matthews CEO Mark Dingley said, “At APPEX 2024, Matthews be hosting a Retailer Engagement Hub, and we’re delighted that the TPF – whose members include major Australian retailers and wholesalers – Coles, Metcash and Woolworths – will be partnering with us on this exciting initiative to benefit all APPEX visitors. We are also proud that the AFGC’s TPF has chosen to partner with us, and recognises Matthews as trusted advisors within the industry.”

Find the Retailer Engagement Hub on Matthews stand, C045.

Download Matthews Media Release announcing the activation here.

Matthews' Retailer Hub

Matthews’ Retailer Engagement Hub Program

A Message from Mark Dingley

A Message from Mark Dingley

Matthews CEO Mark Dingley said manufacturing industry education is a value and purpose that Matthews shares with AFGC, as evidenced through the assets the coding and labelling specialist has built in its iDSnet Cloud and two Barcode Learning Centres.

Partnered with the Australian Food & Grocery Council

Partnered with the Australian Food & Grocery Council

The Australian Food & Grocery Council’s Trading Partner Forum will partner with Matthews Australasia on a new Retailer Engagement Hub at APPEX 2024.

A Message from Samantha Blake

A Message from Samantha Blake

Samantha Blake, Deputy CEO of the Australian Food & Grocery Council, said AFGC is delighted to share its Trading Partner Forum resources when partnering with Matthews’ Retailer Engagement Hub at APPEX 2024.

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