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Conference To Focus on Economic Outlook of California's $43 Billion Wine Industry; Impact of COVID-19 and Wildfires; and Labor Laws
Nov. 5, 2020
BURLINGAME, CA—This past year has been a trying one for California’s wine industry. Supply chains and distribution have been disrupted, wholesale demand has decreased, labor laws have impacted growers and revenues were hammered across the sector.
Attend the CalCPA 2020 Wine Industry Virtual Conference to find out what is affecting this sector, as well as learn about the economic, tax, accounting and legal developments impacting winery owners.
“Between the pandemic, wildfires and economic uncertainty, 2020 has been an incredibly trying year for the wine industry,” said Rae Paulson, CPA, business assurance senior manager with Moss Adams and chair of the CalCPA Wine Industry Conference Committee. “Come join us for this two day conference where you will learn about critical changes facing the industry—directly from top industry experts—and possible solutions.”
Hear more from Paulson about this year's conference in this video.