Once again we will have our 16th annual Beer Business Daily Summit immediately before the Beer Summit, starting January 27, 2019. If you want to learn more about the competition, and we think you do, then we recommend attending both Summits at our discounted price.
The Wine & Spirits Daily Summit is regularly attended by top supplier, distributor and retailer executives in the U.S. wine and spirits industry, in addition to craft distillers, financial analysts, advertising executives and more. Ample networking opportunities with the "who's who" of the business guarantees you won't leave without making many new industry connections.
This Summit is the kid sister to our Beer Industry Summit, now in its 16th year. If you've ever been to one of our events, you know that we mix actionable, valuable content with fun. Our goal is to promote candid discussions and bring topics to the forefront that will help spark ideas on how to improve your business and the industry at large.
The Summit begins Monday January 28th with a Welcome Reception. Tuesday January 29th will include an entire day of general session, with networking opportunities at breakfast, lunch and a Closing Reception.
The 7th annual Wine & Spirits Summit will take place at Hotel del Coronado in San Diego, CA. Rooms at the Hotel del Coronado are sold out. However, there are hotels in the area with availability. If you are still in need of a room, please check out the Glorietta Bay Inn, Lowes Coronado Bay and Coronado Marriott.
The closest airport is the San Diego International Airport which is located about 20 minutes from the hotel.
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To see our current lineup, click here for the agenda.
The dress code for the Wine & Spirits Summit is..... there really is no dress code. Whatever makes you feel comfortable. Most people wear business casual.
Interested in being a sponsor? Please reach out to Rena Van de Putte firstname.lastname@example.org or 210-860-3596 for information.
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