Matthew Moate is the principal of MatthewMoate.com; a consultancy with a focus of growing and improving the outcomes for suppliers to Australia’s grape and wine businesses. Australia’s wine industry is an intimate network, built on trusted relationships, innovative ideas and a passion for delivering enjoyment in every glass.
Matthew’s ethos is “Making the wine world better… One connection at a time“. To do this, he brings together an extensive professional network, industry-level knowledge and insights, and comprehensive whole of value-chain experience to improve the capability and competitiveness of the sector.
A driving force in the development, commercialism and the adoption of new ways of doing things, focusing on industry 4.0 technologies, Matthew draws on his 20 years experience at business and industry level to open doors to companies that were previously closed. He is an active advocate in this space with an audience of over 15,000 connections on LinkedIn, and a regular contributor to Australia’s wine media publications. He energetically mentors Startups and Scaleups through the South Australian Department of Innovation and Skills – FIXE (Future Industries for Exchange Entrepreneurship) and the Flinders New Venture Institute – Venture Dorm programs.
Through his previous industry leadership role as CEO of Wine Industry Suppliers Australia Inc, he was a founding member of the FOMENT advisory board (Australia’s only wine and tourism, technology startup acceleration program). Matthew has found great joy in the success that participating companies from across Australia had and continue to achieve through this initiative.
From vineyard to glass, Matthew works with select businesses that have inspirational products and services to help them create relationships, advance their innovation and most importantly improve the way that people experience Australian wine.
By partnering with MatthewMoate.com, you accelerate your opportunities for success by leveraging his Network, Knowledge and Experience gained over more than 20 years in and around Australia’s wine industry and its key decision-makers.