Rebecca Pow to address Cultivating Retail audience

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Rebecca Pow

Rebecca Pow MP will speak at the Cultivating Retail conference.

Rebecca’s involvement will enable members to hear from Government on the 25 Year Environment Plan. She’ll be highlighting how the garden industry can contribute in a positive way.
Rebecca has been MP for Taunton Deane since 2015. She took up the role of Parliamentary Under-Secretary for the Environment in September. She had been serving as a Minister at the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport.
Rebecca Pow held parliamentary private secretary roles with the Department for Communities and Local Government and DEFRA.
She’s also had an active role in several environment focussed committees.
Before her political career Rebecca worked as a journalist. She specialised in environment, farming and gardening matters.
Her responsibilities at DEFRA include the 25 Year Environment Plan and environment management.
HTA Chairman James Barnes comments, “We’re delighted to welcome Rebecca to Cultivating Retail.
“Rebecca is the latest high-profile speaker to join the first-class Cultivating Retail programme. It also includes former Tesco CEO Sir Terry Leahy and Just Eat COO Graham Corfield.”
Cultivating Retail provides a unique opportunity to network with industry leaders and peers.
Visit for information and to book your place.

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