JF Hillebrand UK renews sponsorship of WSTA Annual Conference

21 May, 2018

The Wine & Spirit Trade Association (WSTA) has announced that JF Hillebrand UK has renewed its sponsorship of the WSTA Annual Conference for a further three years.

The JF Hillebrand UK team has supported the last three conferences and it has now signed to extend this for three more years.

To celebrate this, the WSTA and Hillebrand are offering attendees at the London Wine Fair the chance to win a limited number of free guest tickets.

Those interested in entering are invited to Hillebrand’s stand IN15 to grab a scratch card. Entrants have to scratch and match three Hillebrand logos to win. There are a limited number of winning scratch cards, which will be given out on a first come first serve basis.

This year’s WSTA conference is taking place at the Royal Institution of Great Britain, London on September 18 2018.

Miles Beale, chief executive of the WSTA, said: “The Annual Conference has hugely successful last year – we received a lot of positive feedback both on the Conference itself and on the Brexit workshop we held that morning.

“It is fantastic that the whole team’s hard work has been recognised and that we can now say the Conference is award winning!

“We are extremely pleased to welcome JF Hillebrand UK back onboard as our conference sponsor for the next three years. Planning is already well under way for this year’s event, which promises to be our biggest and best Conference yet.”

The WSTA is also back at the London Wine Fair this year, hosting a stand, as well as leading a Brexit panel debate.

The WSTA will also be at stand C50 on the ground floor.




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