CEDA Conference confirms keynote speakers

11 February 2015 by
CEDA Conference confirms keynote speakers

The Catering Equipment Distributors Association (CEDA) has announced two afternoon keynote speakers for the CEDA Annual Conference Business Day with Geoff Ramm covering his personal approach to ‘OMG Marketing' followed by actor, television presenter, author and explorer Tim FitzHigham FRSA FRGS (pictured).

The CEDA Business Day on the 24 April at Heythrop Park, Oxfordshire provides a mix of current information and future predictions from industry thought leaders on the UK's foodservice sector and its impact on catering equipment and services. Ramm and FitzHigham will round off the day with their own very different inspirational experiences and insights.

Ramm's aim on the day will be to get the audience to think harder, be more creative, and to inevitably stand out from the competition. He is the youngest ever President of the Professional Speaking Association UK as well as a UK Enterprise Ambassador.

Tim FitzHigham, dubbed the "perfect British eccentric", will recall some of his crazy experiences including rowing the English Channel in a bathtub and inflating the world's largest balloon. He is one of only a handful of people to be both a Fellow of the Royal Society of the Arts and a Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society.

The two keynote speakers for the CEDA 2015 Conference look set to really ‘make the difference' for the Business Day's theme of ‘Making THE Difference'.

For more information visit www.cedaconference.co.uk

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