Gyles Brandreth MP is keynote speaker for CESA Conference 2014

19 September 2014 by
Gyles Brandreth MP is keynote speaker for CESA Conference 2014

The conference, held at Heythrop Park in Oxfordshire on 14 November, will be facilitated by the BBC's Steph McGovern, run in association with the FCSI and the BHA. It is themed 'The Future's Bright' and focuses on the dynamic opportunities for growth that the economic recovery is bringing.

Speakers like David Smith, economics editor of The Sunday Times, and Mark Stevenson, author, futurist and founder of Flow Associates, will deliver valuable insight into how catering industry suppliers and operators can maximise their prospects.

There will also be reports and presentations on the latest developments of BIM and its impact not only on the catering equipment industry but also looking at the broader picture in the construction and architectural arenas.

The day before conference will offer a variety of activities, including golf at Heythrop Park and the ever-popular informal evening dinner. On Friday the speaker programme is followed by the CESA AGM and Gala Dinner, where the FCSI Sustainable Catering Equipment award and the CESA/Caterer Outstanding Service to the Industry award will be announced.

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