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Hospitable addition to catering conference

11 August 2011

The Catering Equipment Suppliers Association (CESA), Foodservice Consultants Society International (FCSI) and the British Hospitality Association (BHA) are to join forces for a conference this November.

The event will take place at the Oxford Belfry on 10th and 11th November 2011. “Collaboration will help achieve foodservice industry’s aims,” said Mick Shaddock, CESA chair.

This year for the first time the British Hospitality Association (BHA) will be adding its official support to the CESA Conference, which has been run in association with the FCSI for several years. The addition of the BHA should underline the pan-industry appeal of the event.

“From generating new business to creating a new concept to looking at ways to reduce our carbon footprint, we all recognise the benefits of working collaboratively to achieve the foodservice industry’s aims,” said CESA chair Mick Shaddock. “We are delighted that the BHA has agreed to become associated with the Conference and we look forward to welcoming its members to the event.

“The 2011 speaker programme is designed to reflect the needs of the whole foodservice market,” he said. “Our theme, ‘winning – tourism, economics and business’ could hardly be more appropriate.”

Ufi Ibrahim, Chief Executive of the BHA said: “We’re delighted to be associated with the CESA Conference. The BHA supports the economic and sustainable use of energy and already works closely with CESA to help promote the new technologies that will help meet the industry’s sustainability objectives. We look forward to strengthening links with both CESA and the FCSI through this important event.”

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