Thursday, June 20, 2024

Naturally Good lands in Sydney in less than two weeks

Australia’s leading natural and healthy products event Naturally Good lands at Sydney’s International Convention Centre (ICC) in less than two weeks on 3-4 June with the latest in the natural product market. Registration is open for free entry.

From 3-4 June, 10am to 5pm daily, the show will be brimming with the latest activations including the new Beauty Stage, Summit, 2024 Awards Gala, Nourish Stage, Pitch Fest, Australian Organic Alley and the free exhibition. For the full schedule, visit

“It’s an incredibly exciting time for businesses, brands, and retailers – the industry is fast-evolving to meet the needs and desires of consumers and how they purchase; that is, with an increasing consciousness of their health and wellbeing, and making a positive impact on the planet. This is where Naturally Good shines,” says Event Director Sofie Teh.

“When the doors open in just less than two weeks, this passionate industry will gather to discover and connect – to establish meaningful business opportunities and harness the power to set the new wave of trends.

“We are honoured and excited to be the destination dedicated to supporting and sustaining the future growth of natural, health and wellness products in Australia,” Ms Teh said.


The Naturally Good Summit takes place on 3 June and will inspire via the telling of invaluable insights and perspectives of Australia’s thought-leaders in retail and the natural, health and wellness space.

  • The SWIISH story – Founders and sisters Sally Obermeder and Maha Corbett.
  • Making it: Scaling an independent beauty and wellness brand – Beautiful Sparks Founder and Director, Effie Asafu-Adjaye
  • Shop local: From small trend to significant movement – Foodpreneurs Festival Managing Director, Chelsea Ford and White’s Management Group Company Director Roz White.
  • Defying the odds: Sustaining growth in 2024 and beyond – Ranged Managing Director of Retail, Jessica Gordoun and Executive Director – Corporate Advisory, Joe Green, Ordinary Equity Founder Alex Cornish and Kirsten Mills, Category Manager, Ampol Australia and Funday Natural Sweets, Founder and Director, Daniel Kitay.
  • Evolve or die: Gen Z, TikTok and the changing rules for cross-generational marketing – Co-Founder and Head of Growth at Buttr Marketing, Thomas Moult.

Beauty Stage

Brand new to 2024 – featuring a lineup of content and top speakers curated by The Green Edit Founder Cathy Topilgin, unveiling the hottest consumer trends in beauty today. The Beauty stage will be home to discussion of the hottest topics shaping beauty and retail today: from the rise of clear beauty to the latest TikTok trends, from age-defying secrets to tween skin care essentials.

  • Cut salon waste for good. Become a sustainable salon and divert 95% of salon materials from landfill.
  • Cancer awareness in the dermal, hair, cosmetic, beauty and wellness industries. What you need to know as a service provider – The Green Edit Founder Cathy Tolpigin and Look Good Feel Better’s Danielle Lill.
  • Experience the power of natural beauty products demonstrated by award-winning salon owner and makeup artist, Kylie Eustace.
  • Clear beauty – Meet the new beauty movement changing the industry for the better – Skincare Business Foundations Founder, Jennifer Rudd and La Mav Founder, Taj Mavi.
  • Join the fragrance evolution with Tulita, the benchmark for sustainable luxury – Tulita Founder, Lucy Bradshaw.
  • Post workout, fitness-friendly natural beauty and wellness products your active customers need in their gym bag– Fallow Nutrition Founder, Daniel Maberly, SWET Beauty founder, Will Kepreotes, Serene Body Health Founder, Nina Hargrave and Moderator Sally O’Neill of Status 8020.
  • Redefine retail success: Discover the key to customer loyalty in 2025 – healthylife Category Manager, Erin Allott, Clean Beauty Market Founder, Erin Norden and The Well Store Founder, Mariana Boulos, moderated by Alison Morgan of Relauncher + Sticky Studio.
  • Shaping tomorrow’s retail: Amplify your impact with sustainable marketing strategies – Straight Up PR GM, Nastasia Marjanovic.
  • Green Friday strategy – How retailers can consciously participate in the sales period to drive traffic and sales ‘Pleasing the eco-conscious consumer’– Green Friday And Kindershare’s Melissa Drennan.
  • Navigating the skin care maze: Beyond the TikTok trends lies the true needs of young skin – Kaizen Skin Body Being Founder Andrea O’Shea and SC Organics Founder Lisa Schmelzkopf.
  • The importance of retailers engaging women over the age of 50 – Ipsum Skin Founder Janet Hayward, moderated by Women In Bloom Founder, Annie Millar and Retreatment Botanics Co-Founder, Trudi Jaye.
  • Unlocking the secrets of the booming $78 billion male grooming industry – Vitaman Global Director and Founder, Clare Castles, The Aussie Man Founder David Willey and Sunbutter Skincare Founder, Tom Hiney.

Nourish Stage

The Nourish stage will give invaluable market insights and showcase innovative product and best practice case studies.

  • SEN Skin: Introducing Senquil – We’re harnessing nature’s wisdom to provide innovative, scientifically proven skin relief products for you. – Director of Sen Skin, Angela Fonceca.
  • Complementary Medicines Australia: Australia’s thriving complementary medicines industry – CEO of Complementary Medicines Australia, John O-Doherty.
  • Precise Business Solutions Australia: How to effectively manage stock and boost margins in an organic bulk foods store setting – PBSA POS
  • Business practice panacea: Ask an expert – Equitise Co-Founder & MD, Jonny Wilkinson and Bird & Bird Special Counsel, Shariqa Mestroni and Universal Counsel, Chief Counsel, Amelia Edwards.
  • Factors Group: Personalised pain management – Because not all pain is created equal – Factors Group Australia, Education & Training Manager, Liesl Blott.
  • Rageism: Elevating inclusivity – How rageism beauty transforms beauty standards and boosts retail profits – Rageism Beauty Founder, Kathrine Baulderstone.
  • The latest with Australian Organic
  • Australian organic taste experience
  • Supercharge your gut: Exceeding the consumer consciousness on gut health and its abundant benefits – Supercharged Food CEO, Lee Holmes.
  • Australian Retailers Association – William Reed, Regional Head and Editor-in-Chief: APAC, Gary Scattergood, Healthylife Manager Merchandise & Partnerships, Martine Cooper and Tomorrowstory, Director, Lisa Crawford Jones.

Pitch Fest

Pitch Fest finalists Eat Crumble, The Vitality Project, Heartful Flavours, Health Kultcha and Neon Goat will present their pitch live on stage to the expo audience including other brands, retailers and distributors, and the judging panel. Each presentation will be four minutes long, followed by direct feedback and Q&A with the judges, who will select a winner to be announced at the end of the day.

2024 Awards

Discover the 2024 winners at the ‘ultimate’ networking event. Honouring the brands revolutionising the industry. Discover the most innovative products in the natural space. Recognising innovation, quality, and sustainability, the Awards celebrate top brands making waves in retail.

Australian Organic Alley

Australian Organic Alley is a dedicated section of the exhibition floor bursting with an array of fully certified organic goodies. Consumers are becoming more mindful about what they consume, and certified organic products are stealing the spotlight. Stock up on what your customers crave most. Uncover the latest organic innovations, all backed by Australia’s top certification logo.

Free exhibition

Step into an expo brimming with natural and healthy brands and products. With products spanning across four zones including Food & Drink, Conscious Consumption, Beauty & Personal Care, Health and Start-Up Zone.

Naturally Good has partnered with FoodBank again this year after last year donating 300kg of food, raising $1490 and providing more than 3000 meals.

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