What You’ll Find At Naturally Good 2019

Naturally Good Expo is returning for another year and bringing with it all things health, wellness, and natural beauty to the industry, so if your spa or clinic has an interest in, or offers treatments or products based on, holistic wellbeing – this is the B2B event for you.

Returning to ICC Sydney on Sunday 2nd and Monday 3rd June, visitors will discover the latest products and innovations from exhibitors across the beauty, personal care, health, home, living, food and beverage sectors – think organic skincare, beauty bliss ball and kombucha heaven the moment you walk through the doors! And that’s only the beginning.

Visitors can expect to find next ‘big things’ in the health and wellness space, learn from leading experts, see emerging new products, build long-lasting connections and broaden their knowledge in all things clean, green, natural and organic.

This year, leading exhibitors will include Cloverfields, Manuka Doctor, Hemp OZ, Beauty Sensation, Bio Beauty, The Chia Co, Melrose Health, Weleda, Tea Tonic, Innoscent Skincare, Julisa, Kind-ly, Rare By Livkin, Rohr Remedy, and James St Organics, just to name a few. This year’s exhibition also includes a Start Up Zone, featuring the most innovative products from emerging brands that have launched within the past two years, including Zandi Organics, Ulu Hye and Gaia Tree.

Attendees will also have the opportunity to learn what’s happening in the overseas markets, with global experts like Natural Products Consulting principal Bob Burke sharing his insights and stats on how to break into the competitive US market – just one of the offerings of Naturally Good’s education program. This year’s timetable has been given a makeover, and will now play host to two theatres for visitors to attend at no extra cost.

CEO and founder of Lük Beautifood, Cindy Lüken will also be taking guests through the latest beauty trends, Nancy Georges; founder of Magnolia Solutions, will be offering some tips on increasing retail profits, and founder of GoodnessMe Box; Peta Shulman, will be exploring the modern-day consumer’s take on food, drink and nutrition. Other topics include the future of hemp, increasing Google rankings, video marketing and social engagement, and upcoming trends in Australia.

For budding entrepreneurs, Pitch Fest is also returning for another year, allowing brands five minutes to pitch their big ideas to an audience of brand owners, investors, consultants, retailers, suppliers, and panel of elite judges – including former Wholefoods purchasing manager Tim Sperry, President, The Tim Sperry Group, and Jackie Goldston, Brand and Marketing Manager, Unique Health Products.

For more information and tickets, visit www.naturallygood.com.au

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