A number of CESA members have confirmed their involvement in the hospitality section of The Skills Show, which takes place in Birmingham later this year.
Adande, Corsair Engineering, Die Pat, MCS Tech Products and Standex are all supporting the show, as well as non-CESA member Tom Chandley Ovens.
The Skills Show is an annual event designed to inspire the designers, developers and engineers of tomorrow with opportunities in further education and apprenticeships.
The hospitality section will involve a working restaurant, a cooking demo area, a competition featuring the best of the UK’s young chefs, and a ‘Have a Go!’ activity, to encourage visitors to consider entering the foodservice industry.
Some of the CESA members involved will be providing equipment and materials for use in the skills competitions through a value-in-kind (VIK) agreement, while others will be running other activities.
The three-day event begins on 15th November at the NEC.