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Jeremy King heads stellar cast for The Caterer Summit

06 November 2015 by
Jeremy King heads stellar cast for The Caterer Summit

Corbin and King co-owner and hospitality icon Jeremy King will head a stellar cast of industry heavyweights at next week's http://www.thecaterersummit.com" target="_blank" rel="noreferrer">The Caterer Summit.

The man behind legendary restaurants the Wolseley, the Ivy and hotel the Beaumont will explain his hospitality philosophy and discuss how he has kept his sites at the forefront of the restaurant scene.

Taking place at the Jumeirah Carlton Tower on Friday 13 November, The Caterer Summit takes disruption as its theme to explore how to delight modern hotel and restaurant guests and deliver a memorable experience. Through a series of panel discussions and presentations, speakers will reveal the most successful means of marketing and operation, and the current thinking in leadership and motivation.

Alongside Jeremy King, hotelier David Taylor, restaurateur Will Beckett and consultant Stephen Macintosh will explore how to build the foundations to delivering the product and service suited to today's discerning guest.

Meanwhile, Conran and Partners project director Tina Norden will explain the latest influences on hotel design and WMT's Peter Davis will provide an update on the management of tips and explain the practicalities of running a modern tronc system.

Book your place now for just £119 at www.thecaterersummit.com.

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