Strategies for Growth in Foodservice 2005

Venue: Holiday Inn Regent\'s Park

Location: London, United Kingdom

Event Date/Time: Sep 20, 2005 End Date/Time: Sep 21, 2005
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Description

T he 3rd Annual Strategies for Growth in
Foodservice Conference will bring
together high level speakers from across
the foodservice industry to look at all aspects of
foodservice, examining new opportunities to
increase revenue in this expanding market.
With the continued demand for healthier products
and the shift towards healthier eating, food
manufacturers and foodservice operators have to
find food and beverage solutions that satisfy the
demands of the health conscious consumer
without compromising traditional menu choices.
David Field, Managing Director, of Nestlé
Foodservices will discuss the growth of the
health, wellness and nutrition market and share
his unique experience on how the foodservice
industry is responding to the demands of the
health conscious consumer.
A growing portion of income is spent on leisure
activities and eating out-of-the home and there is
fierce and growing competition amongst
foodservice operators to capture this market. The
expansion and transformation of Britain’s
gastropubs means that they are rivalling the more
traditional restaurants. Ed Aspel, Sales Director
for the Yates Group will discuss the increasing
opportunities available to bar operators.
Expert speakers from key foodservice operators
will include Keith Gentry at Virgin Active, Kevan
Hodges at SMG Europe, the largest operator of
sports and entertainment venues in the UK and
Europe and Jeremy Rose, Founder of the highly
successful sushi take away and delivery service,
Feng Sushi
The market for contract catering is expanding
and Jim Walker, Chief Executive Officer of
Autograph Foodservice will look at the growing
opportunities in contract catering and discuss the
importance of establishing long term and
effective business partnerships.
Other important presentations will address the
impact of the obesity debate on foodservice
marketing, the caterer’s responsibilities under
new traceability legislation, an overview of
breakfast foodservice and an analysis of the
growth of snacking and food on the move.
Strategies for Growth in Foodservice will
examine the most exciting market developments
and explore the new opportunities for foodservice
operators and suppliers to exploit the growth that
has been seen in the past few years. Join us in
London for this unrivalled opportunity to hear the
latest market information and network with senior
executives, decision-makers and buyers from
across the UK foodservice industry!

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