Commercial Kitchen gains more big backing for 2020 show

Over 2,000 visitors are expected to attend this year’s Commercial Kitchen show.

The organisers of the Commercial Kitchen Show say that early signs suggest they made the right decision in moving the show from Birmingham’s NEC to the London ExCeL.

As the UK’s only dedicated kitchen equipment, services and design show it serves the entire hospitality and foodservice industry.

The June 3-4 show has received the support of a number of influential partners, including ceda, Foodservice Consultants Society International (FCSI), UKHospitality and the Sustainable Restaurant Association (SRA).

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Most recently the more than 1,200-member Craft Guild of Chefs (CCG) has been added to that list.

CCG chief executive Andrew Green described the Commercial Kitchen Show as “a must-attend event for senior chefs”, while ceda director general Adam Mason called it “our industry show”.

Many of the partner organisations will be taking active roles at the show, including giving keynote speeches.

Free registration for the London event is now live on the Commercial Kitchen Show website.

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