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Mentee application extended for WCA Wine Industry Mentor Program

2020-03-23T14:03:34+10:3023 March 2020|Media release, News|

At this unprecedented time there are a lot of elements that businesses and individuals are grappling with.  It is on this basis that WCA have received a number of requests from individuals to be granted an extension in order to complete their applications to become a Mentee in our 2020 Wine Industry Mentor Program.  Therefore, in order to be fair to all we have decided to extend the closing date

Boosting the careers of next generation wine communicators

2020-03-02T09:19:27+10:302 March 2020|Media release, News|

After the tremendous success of the 2019 Wine Industry Mentor Program, Wine Communicators of Australia (WCA) and the Adelaide Business School at The University of Adelaide are pleased to announce over 20 industry leaders are set to take up the mantle as a mentor in 2020. This national wine industry mentor program aims to boost the career trajectory of the next generation of wine communicators. The program will benefit people

New Board Chair Appointed for WCA

2020-02-27T12:34:49+10:3025 February 2020|Media release, News|

Wine Communicators of Australia (WCA) welcomes new Interim Chair Marni Cook, a proficient educator, recently appointed to the inaugural skills-based Board as Chair of the Board of McLaren Vale Grape Wine and Tourism Association.  The incumbent Chair, Toni Carlino was announced as the Chair on the National Board of Wine Communicators of Australia (WCA) in April 2019. Toni has requested to step down for an interim period while she recovers

Australian Wine – Winning the long game

2020-02-24T21:40:18+10:3024 February 2020|Media release, News|

 ASVO is proudly working in collaboration with Wine Communicators of Australia (WCA) to present a two-day seminar on June 29-30, 2020. ‘Australian wine: winning the long game’ will tackle the big issues: growing, making and selling wine in the future.  “Wine businesses today are confronted with the threat of fire, drought, rising energy prices, disease and climate change (among other things). Consumers are seeking out businesses whose practises offer a

Next Level Marketing Nous – Executive Short Courses from UniSA & the Ehrenberg-Bass Institute

2020-01-27T08:01:14+10:3027 January 2020|Blog, News|

In a world where consumers are bombarded with stimuli coming from every direction, it is important that wine businesses have clear marketing messages and strategies that engage their consumer effectively. Put simply, wine brands must stay on top of their marketing game to remain in the game. With this in mind, the University of South Australia (‘UniSA’) and the Ehrenberg-Bass Institute for Marketing Science, provide helpful executive short courses in