Fuller's Jonathon Swaine to speak at Arena pub sector

21 July 2016 by
Fuller's Jonathon Swaine to speak at Arena pub sector

A director of London-based pub firm Fuller's Inns is set to be the speaker at industry networking association Arena's next event, to be held in September.

Jonathon Swaine, managing director of the Fuller's Inns division will offer his thoughts on the changing landscape of the pub sector on Tuesday 6 September at the George IV pub in Chiswick, London.

In addition to a sector insight presentation by foodservice analyst Horizons, the event will involve a sit-down lunch and keynote speech from Swaine, who will consider key issues affecting his business and the pub market.

Topics up for discussion include the changing face of the pub customer, the customer experience, recruiting engaged and enthusiastic frontline team members, nurturing talent, chef retention, and innovative, great food.

Tickets cost £145 +VAT for Arena members and £195+VAT for non-members.

For further information visit www.arena.org.uk/event/2176.

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