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Futureye MD Challenges Delegates at Northern Territory Cattleman’s Association

Invited by The Northern Territory Cattleman’s Association,  Futureye MD Katherine Teh-White spoke at their 30th Annual Conference in Darwin on 28 March 2014.  Katherine’s speech on Social Licence to Operate challenged the 600 delegates to think about how they are being heard, how they gain credibility and how to earn…

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Food Australia features Futureye’s Social Licence to Operate strategy

In the February issue of Food Australia, Lydia Buchtmann explains earning a Social Licence to Operate and how ongoing consultation with stakeholders can mitigate operational risks. See below for the full article. Link: Food Australia Magazine…

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Futureye at Food Regulations and Labelling Standards Conference

This conference, now in its 15th year, attracts regulators, manufacturers and retailers from all over Australia who seek to understand the complex issues surrounding food regulations and labelling standards. Whilst safety underpins the critical issues surrounding food, consumers are increasingly interested in the quality, origin and content of manufactured food.

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Update on intergenerational values research

Does any one else agree with your definition of sustainable development? Amy Kearney from Deakin University’s Bachelor of International Studies school interned with Futureye for 10 weeks during the second semester of 2013, where she not only won the inaugural table tennis competition, but developed the intern-specific project on intergenerational…

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