2 Sisters Food Group has renewed its partnership with Meat Business Women for 2023 and 2024 after signing up in 2021 for an initial two years.
2 Sisters Food Group is the first of thirty-one business working with the organisation to commit
to such a long-term agreement.
The partnership means employees will be able to access monthly online masterclasses, access to a global network of women working in the meat industry, and mentor opportunities.
2 Sisters Food Group President Ranjit Singh Boparan has personally been involved with developing
the partnership and addressed delegates at the May 2021 Meat Business Women UK & Ireland Conference. In
addition he has been announced as the after-dinner keynote speaker for Meat Business Women’s
autumn event, which will take place near Birmingham in October 2022. The dinner will host women
from across the meat industry who are looking to network and grow their connections. The event
will also see the winner of the One to Watch award being announced for 2022.
Laura Ryan, Founder & Chair of Meat Business Women, said: “Having such senior level commitment
from businesses like 2 Sisters Food Group is a real endorsement for Meat Business Women and
allows us to proactively champion the sector with our partners by assuring the sustainability of our
sector by attracting and retaining the best possible talent.”
Meat Business Women has the strategic backing of major meat processors including Cranswick,
Pilgrim’s UK, Moy Park, Dunbia, ABP UK, Linden Foods, Hilton Plc, OSI, Kepak, 2SFG, Morrisons, Coles,
Cargill, Coveris, Avara, Kerry, UKG and KP.