LANDMARK's State livestock team gathered in Perth for its annual Livestock Conference and Dinner last Friday to celebrate and recognise its achievements for the past 12 months.
Landmark State livestock manager Leon Giglia said the conference allowed both staff and agents to get together and set goals for the coming 12 months, as well as get up-to-date market information, which was well received by all.
During the day the team heard from external speakers from Harvey Beef and V&V Walsh, as well as the WA Police on how to deal with activists.
In the evening more than 140 of the company's livestock representatives, agents and processing staff, along with partners, attended a dinner at Optus Stadium that had a 'Great Gatsby' theme.
Mr Giglia said the purpose of the dinner was to recognise and thank those involved in making the Landmark livestock business the success that it was.
"A lot of hard work goes into our livestock business throughout the year, so it is important to recognise and acknowledge everyone who is involved," Mr Giglia said.
"It is not only our staff and agents who contribute to the business success but also their partners, we believe it is important to recognise them as well."
The evening also provided an ideal opportunity to recognise members of the Landmark livestock team, who have reached significant milestones in terms of service to the company.