Raymond Blanc, Robin Hutson and Simon Rogan confirmed for Cateys Conference

12 September 2013 by
Raymond Blanc, Robin Hutson and Simon Rogan confirmed for Cateys Conference

More than 20 of the most gifted and inspirational operators are to be brought together for a one-day conference to share their tips for building a thriving hospitality business.

All speakers at the conference will be former Catey award winners, which means that delegates will have the benefit of learning from only those that are leaders in their field.

Among the star speakers confirmed for the event, which takes place on 8 November at the Jumeirah Carlton Tower, are Robin Hutson, Jason Atherton, Robert Cook and Simon Rogan.

They will each share their secrets for building a thriving hotel and restaurant businesses and offer practical advice that delegates can apply directly to their own operation.

The hospitality business leaders will discuss how to build a winning team, how to engage and understand your customer base, ensure you get your offer right, and build on that business success to create a consistently successful product.

Caterer and Hotelkeeper group editor Mark Lewis said: "Through our Catey awards, Caterer and Hotelkeeper has celebrated successful, creative and visionary operators in hospitality for 30 years. By drawing the most gifted and inspirational from this already exclusive list we are going to create an event that has the potential to change delegates' businesses forever."

For more information on the conference and to secure your place visit www.cateysconference.com

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