WINE WOMEN launches its Listen, Learn & Lunch lecture series May 15th at Tarla Mediterranean Grill in Napa with guest speaker, Adam Ivor, co-founder and vice president of operations at Gliding Eagle. The noon to 2 p.m. event is free; guests pay for their lunch at Tarla. It is open to both WINE WOMEN members and the public.
Mr. Ivor’s presentation, “How to Use Mobile Technology in Today’s Global Wine Business,” will speak to harnessing the power of Silicon Valley to utilize new mobile technology for sales, marketing and distribution data in today’s global wine business.
ABOUT ADAM IVOR
Adam Ivor, co-founder and vice president of operations at Gliding Eagle (http://gliding-eagle.com/), was born and raised in the Napa and Sonoma Valleys. He earned his B.S. in Enology from Fresno State University and made wine at Cathedral Ridge Winery in Hood River, Oregon, as a consulting winemaker during several harvests. He received tasting room and sales experience working at Benziger and Imagery Wineries in Sonoma Valley in 2006, and spent roughly a decade as a winemaker at Highway 12 Vineyards & Winery in Sonoma Valley with Michael Sebastiani before earning his MBA in Wine Business from Sonoma State University.
Adam co-founded Gliding Eagle Inc. with his partner and CEO, Jack Duan, to help others in the wine industry track every single bottle “from dirt to consumer anywhere in the world.” He remains a winemaker for his two brands, Subterra Wines and Solid Wine Cellars.
ABOUT LISTEN, LEARN & LUNCH LECTURE SERIES
WINE WOMEN launches its new lunchtime event series with this May 15th event. Each of the monthly “Listen, Learn and Lunch” events, held in both Napa and Sonoma locations, will include an educational component along with the midday meal.
Guests, comprising WINE WOMEN members and the public, will have the opportunity to network and share business information along with listening to guest speaker presentations. Seating is limited. Please reserve early. Tickets: https://mobile-tech-at-tarla.eventbrite.com, or visit WineWomen.net. For more information or questions, please contact Events Director, Christine McMillan, at Christine@WineWomen.net.
ABOUT WINE WOMEN
WINE WOMEN’s mission is “To champion the advancement of women’s careers in the wine industry by building strong relationships, essential business skills and leadership among members.” At the core of the new 501(c)(3) nonprofit professional organization’s activities are programs focused on providing the tools, guidance and creativity for members to attain industry prominence.
For more information about WINE WOMEN, visit: http://winewomen.net/about/ or call 707.996.8740. Visit WINE WOMEN’s website at WineWomen.net, or their Facebook page, WineWomenOrg, or find them on Twitter @WineWomenOrg. For membership information, email Ellen Reich Luchtel, Membership Director, atEllen@WineWomen.net. For complete details on their events calendar, visit: WineWomen.net/Events-List.