Andrew Guy to speak at Arena Summer Event 2015

21 May 2015 by
Andrew Guy to speak at Arena Summer Event 2015

Andrew Guy, the chief executive of casual dining group Ed's Easy Diner is to speak at the Arena Summer Event 2015.

The event, which takes place on 26 June at the Jumeirah Carlton Tower in London, will see Guy share his experiences of the hospitality industry and in particular the casual dining market.

He will also reveal what the future holds for the Ed's Easy Diner brand.

Guy's career has spanned 40 years, working in the UK, Europe and the US, and he has held senior positions at companies including Gourmet Holdings, The Restaurant Group, and My Kinda Town Group.

He has been chief executive of Ed's Easy Diner Holdings since 2011, helping the business to grow to 38 sites and an annual turnover of £26.5m.

There will also be a briefing by Technomic's vice-president, Patrick Noone.

Lorraine Wood, director, Arena, said: "The Arena Summer Event has been specifically designed to give attendees something constructive to take away and apply to their own business. This could be a fresh insight or way of thinking from the Technomic industry briefing, a different perspective or solution from Andrew Guy or a potentially lucrative new contact. Whatever form it takes, we are committed to ensuring that our events offer real value that can make a positive difference long after the event is over."

Tickets cost £145+VAT for Arena members and £195+VAT for non-members. Tables cost £1,305+VAT for Arena members and £1,755+VAT for non-members.

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