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Sign up and get involved in Harpers Get Engaged Facebook page

You can now keep up to date with Harpers Wine & Spirit’s Get Engaged series and join the debate on how the wine industry can get closer to consumers and potential wine drinkers on our dedicated Facebook page.

Here you can follow the activity that has taken place under the Get Engaged series, including the recent Consumer Forum held at Corney & Barrow, Pasternoster Square, London on March 22.

It will also include relevant articles and opinion pieces that examine consumer trends and hopefully help bring better understanding to the changes in consumer behaviour relevant to attracting people in to the wine category.

It is also an opportunity for you to join the Facebook page and use it to post up your own thoughts and provide links to what you see as interesting links and articles all related t the Get Engaged initiative.

You can also give us feedback on what you would like to see us cover as part of the Get Engaged programme and what issues you would like to see addressed in future Consumer Forums.

Follow the link to the Harpers Get Engaged Facebook page here: 

Story by Richard Siddle

Courtesy of Harpers Wine & Spirit Trades Review

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