Our Priorities

In 2020-21 FAN undertook a planning process that set our vision and strategic direction. What we heard was that we need to continue to engage deeply to create an ecosystem that delivers the right solution at the right time. Through our continual engagement  FAN will develop regional actions to ensure we are working on what matters to our community.

We are now implementing the following priorities;

Develop region specific Industry Action Plans

Our priority now is to develop the Regional FANinACTION Plans across the four regions (Gympie, Moreton Bay, Noosa, and Sunshine Coast). They will be industry led and identify the opportunities, priorities and actions that will guide FAN’s work locally, ensuring we are working on what matters.

Our aim is to build an approach that is grounded in place and facilitates deep collaboration to ensure local ownership and at the same time progresses the vision of a growing and resilient food and agribusiness industry

In the coming months we will be engaging deeply to develop these FANinACTION Plans, and we are looking for local leaders, innovators, problem solvers, risk takers and forward thinkers to be part of the process to;

If these plans are going to be successful, we need many locals contributing to discover the opportunities and develop the actions across the supply chain. 

Here are some ways you can collaborate with us in the coming months;

What Survey Taskforce Planning Group Workshop Regional Action Group
Why To discover the regional priorities that are most important to local individuals and organisations right across the food and beverage value chain A local group of leaders that will come together over 3 meetings to guide the design and engagement of the regional plans, ensuring we are grounded in evidence and working on what matters Local workshops will be held in each region to confirm the opportunities and to develop collective actions for shared benefit A formalised group that will continue to build the momentum and lead the implementation of the actions in each of the regions
How List your top three ideas or opportunities here Click here to register your interest Dates will be listed here soon Coming Soon

We want to engage many in the process, so we are staging this over several months. Here is the timeline of activities so you can be prepared to join us;

The four key principles below will guide the development of the Regional Action Plans;

Shared Ownership
Ensuring broad local ownership across the value chain
Collective Leadership
Bringing multiple and diverse leaders together to address challenges and take collective action
Evidence Based
Using different sources of knowledge and data to generate and test the design and delivery of the plans
High Impact
Action oriented, with a focus on outcomes, motivated to create a positive impact for all

Individuals or organisations wanting to contribute are encouraged to reach out by contacting us here.

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