Marc Allgrove is a Director of Evans + Ayers Advisory P/L, providing strategic, governance and management services across tourism, agriculture, arts, education and local government.
Prior to joining this practice, he was the CEO of McLaren Vale winery Chapel Hill from 2009 to 2013. Over 25 years within the Australian wine industry with Chapel Hill, Constellation Wines and its predecessors has provided significant experience focusing on strategy, marketing, sales, management and exports.
Marc is a former chair and board member of Vinehealth Australia, McLaren Vale Grape Wine and Tourism Association, and the South Australian Wine Industry Association executive, and currently serves on the boards of Olivers Taranga Pty Ltd, Jericho Wines, St Mark’s College and The David Roche Foundation.
In addition, seats held on the Fleurieu Art Prize Board, Winemakers Federation of Australia Future Leaders Selection Committee, the Art Gallery of South Australia’s Contemporary Collectors Committee, Industry Leadership Fund Scholars Committee and the UNESCO Mt Lofty Ranges World Heritage Bid Economic Advisory Group demonstrate a deep and broad understanding of public and private organisational strengths and issues.
Marc attended St Mark’s College between 1990-93 as the inaugural recipient of the CAS Hawker Scholarship earning a Bachelor of Economics from the University of Adelaide, and is a member and graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.