BHA boss Bob Cotton to give verdict on new coalition

14 May 2010 by
BHA boss Bob Cotton to give verdict on new coalition

The chief executive of the British Hospitality Association (BHA), Bob Cotton, will give his thoughts on the new coalition Government at the Vantis' Annual Hospitality & Leisure Seminar with the BHA, on Wednesday 19 May.

It will be one of the final opportunities to hear Bob Cotton speak as head of the BHA before his retirement in July.

Also speaking will be chef-restaurateur Chris Galvin, who will give an insight into his 30 year career in hotels and restaurants on both sides of the Atlantic, including the setting up of his own business in 2005 with his brother Jeff.

There will also be a session on the key legal, tax and VAT issues to be aware of following the general election.

The event will take place at The Commonwealth Club, 24 Northumberland Avenue, London WC2N 5AP from 9.30am to 12.30pm.

Admission is free, but spaces are limited and always in demand. To register your place, email or contact Joanne Freeman on 020 7467 4127.

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