CESA today said that tickets are still available for its annual conference despite the current number of confirmed delegates already topping 200.
The catering equipment association’s yearly event is being held in association with the FCSI and BHA this year. It will take place at Heythrop Park in Oxfordshire on 13-14 November.
A strong speaker line-up has been booked this year, including David Smith, economics editor of The Times, Peter Backman of Horizons, futurologist Mark Stevenson, and Carl Kruger of Oxford Quality Centre. The conference will be chaired by broadcaster Steph McGovern.
With market conditions generally showing signs of improvement, the conference will run with the theme of ‘The Future’s Bright’.
Presentations are set to include an economic overview, a glimpse into the future, a panel discussion on BIM and a session on best service practices. The speaker programme is rounded off with a grand finale address from Gyles Brandreth.
The first day of the conference offers delegates the chance to take part in various activities, including golf at Heythrop Park, and attend an informal evening dinner. Friday’s conference sessions meanwhile are followed by the CESA AGM and the Gala Dinner, where the Sustainable Catering Equipment award and Outstanding Service to the Industry award will be announced.
CESA said those wishing to book delegate tickets and accommodation can do so by visiting here.