Conservative Business Forum Breakfast

Friday, 31st May 2019
7.15am for 7.30am - 9am

Breakfast followed by talk and questions.

You are invited to the next meeting of the Herefordshire Conservative Business Forum at The Harewood End Inn on the A49 at Harewood End, HR2 8JT, when our speaker will be Andrew Carter, Managing Director of Chase Distillery Ltd.

Andrew has been working in the global drinks industry for over 25 years.

During this enjoyable journey he has worked in a range of international sales and marketing leadership roles across Europe, Asia and Australia for drinks companies such as Bacardi, Treasury Wine Estates and Bulmers. He has looked after the international development of premium drinks brands like Penfolds, Bacardi, Bombay Sapphire, Martini, Grey Goose, Strongbow & San Miguel.

He is a passionate, results driven, commercial leader with a strong track record of delivering transformational business performance, building world-class premium drinks brands and developing and leading high-performance teams.

A graduate of Exeter University, he has worked in Herefordshire on two previous occasions for Bulmers in the late 90’s and more recently also as Director of Haygrove. He joined the Chase Board in February 2018 and, in his role as Managing Director, is responsible for the development of UK and International business for Chase distillery, whose brands are now distributed in over 40 markets worldwide. Chase Distillery is based at Rosemaund Farm in Herefordshire, where the rich red soil is ideal for growing potatoes which are grown for the range of Chase vodka and gins. More information can be found on the website

Married to Kay, with 3 children almost now ‘off the books’, he has a home in Buckinghamshire & Herefordshire and a major passion for jump racing and cricket! Herefordshire.

CBF welcomes everyone in business or interested in business and of any political persuasion or of none.

If you would like to attend the Business Forum Breakfast please complete the booking form.


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