CEDA opens legacy honours nominations

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Ian Bass (left) was one of the first CEDA Legacy Honour winners at this year’s CEDA Conference.

CEDA has announced that nominations for the organisation’s Legacy Award, to be presented at the 2020 CEDA Gala Dinner and Awards Ceremony, are now open.

Intended as a development of the Industry Personality Award, the Legacy Honours by CEDA were first introduced at the 2019 CEDA Gala Dinner and Awards Ceremony, held in April. The first three recipients were Jeff Whitaker, Ian Bass and Andrew Humble.

The honour is the highest possible accolade presented by CEDA to an individual involved and associated with the commercial foodservice and hospitality design, equipment and service industry.

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It is presented to exceptional individuals who have enriched lives, served with dedication, passion and commitment and have played an active role in creating a tangible legacy that has made a significant positive difference to the industry.

All CEDA members and partners have been sent an application form to put forward individuals for consideration and further copies are available on the CEDA website. For more information or if they have any questions, members and partners are advised to contact CEDA director general, Adam Mason.

The deadline for nominations is 31 January 2020.

An announcement will be made in the New Year regarding a Legacy Lunch in 2020, at which recipients will also be honoured.

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