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Change your catering for the better for just £99

11 March 2010

Kew Gardens is the location for an exclusive PFM Seminar which will help you improve your catering operation. It's taking place on Wednesday, March 17th 2010. A limited number of delegate places are available from just £99 - so immediate booking is advisable.


The seminar is designed to give you the answers to the following questions.
Can't find the right catering partner?  Want to cut your catering costs , not the quality?
You can get independent advice from the experts at three new FCSI and PFM seminars
designed to answer your questions about how to design, manage and improve your catering operations

The event is divided into a morning programme entitled "Managing Catering Services". Tips, tricks, perils and pitfalls; a practical guide to managing your foodservice in-house or with a catering partner. The afternoon session is "Grand Kitchen Design" - for optimal operational efficiency and energy efficiency. This will be a practical guide for facilities managers. 

Delegates can book for the morning or afternoon sessions, or for an all day ticket. 
Full details, including cost and booking form are available on http://www.pfmonthenet.net/shop.aspx
or from PFM magazine by telephoning Peter Middup at 01732 359990.

The FCSI, Foodservice Consultants Society International, represents more than 80 leading
independent catering consultants. Management Consultants help FM professionals understand catering, to get the best out of contracted or in-house services. Design consultants help with equipment issues and foodservice design. FCSI members are experienced, independent and highly qualified.
  






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