CESA blows the whistle on its Conference speakers

21 August 2015 by
CESA blows the whistle on its Conference speakers

The speaker platform for the 2015 CESA Conference is set to deliver an insightful and entertaining programme.

This year's theme, Teamwork Makes Great Business, underlines the increasing collaboration between manufacturers, suppliers and operators to meet the challenges the industry faces and, once again, CESA is running the conference in association with CEDA, the FCSI and the BHA, in addition to the Cedabond and ENSE buying groups.

The conference focus will be very much on the business of the foodservice market, and specifically the influence of current trends, drivers and legislation relating to the foodservice sector, with specific items related to catering equipment.

This year BBC presenter and economic commentator Evan Davis will direct events as conference maître d' and will be joined by guest speakers Martin Caraher of City University, presenting on food trends and their impact on equipment design, and Darren Byford, business manager food at YPO.

The 2015 keynote speaker is former football referee Howard Webb (pictured), who will join the delegates to conclude the main business day.

For more information and to book places visit cesaconference2015.co.uk

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