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Meet the buyers at Hospitality Action's Suppliers Forum

27 January 2012 by
Meet the buyers at Hospitality Action's Suppliers Forum

There is still time for suppliers to sign up for Hospitality Action's](http://www.hospitalityaction.org.uk) Suppliers Forum, which allows them to sell their products and services to senior buyers from the restaurant, hotel, pub and contract catering sectors while raising funds for the industry charity.

The event, which runs from 9.30am to 4pm at the Lancaster London on 22 March, guarantees suppliers 14 one-to-one meetings with their chosen buyers from a list that currently includes BaxterStorey, Delaware North Companies, ISS Eaton, Park Plaza Hotel Group, the Royal Garden hotel, and Partners in Purchasing.

Prices range from £950 (for 14 meetings) to a £1,500 sponsorship package that includes a stand in the reception.

To get on board, call Emily on 020 3004 5503 or e-mail Emily@hospitalityaction.org.uk

By Angela Frewin

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