8:00 – 10.30
AlixPartners and EP are delighted to announce that the Food Service Report for 2021 will be held at the Queen Elizabeth II Centre in London. The QEII Centre is the largest dedicated conference and exhibition space in central London and is located opposite Westminster Abbey.
Spaces are limited so please do get in touch if you have not already to ensure your attendance.
On the 11th November, we are delighted to welcome a number of key speakers to talk about the challenges facing the industry including amongst other:
-Kate Nicholls, Chief Executive, UK Hospitality. Kate has been a major influence in representing the Industry to Government during the pandemic; she has rightly been seen to be a key leader and voice in dealing with the leading issues of the day
-Graeme Smith, Managing Director, Alix Partners. Graeme’s insight and understanding of the financial results and implications are second to none. Each year he brings an unique insight into how the sector is performing.
-Helen Milligan-Smith, UK Managing Director, ARAMARK. Helen became MD as of the start of the year but has already become a central voice and has become a visible leader in the sector. What are Helen’s observations from her first year and how does she view key trends?
-Katie Harel, Global Marketing Director Rhubarb Food. Katies joined Rhubarb in 2014 and is an innovative thinker with a big focus on market and consumer trends.
-Dean Kennett, Founder and CEO, Fooditude. Fooditude allied with Sodexo in 2020 and both have a clear belief and vision in the delivered in model. Many are looking at this very closely but how does Dean view the key influences and trends of this moment?
-Ian Cranna – Chief Marketing Officer, Future Food & New Channels Director and with over 25 years’ experience working for major retail or food and beverage brands, Ian’s knowledge and understanding of the changing consumer landscape is very valuable in the changing market.
It should be a thought-provoking and inspiring session which will provide expert insight into the sector’s performance and challenges to be faced.
There are many who do believe that 2022 will see the road to full recovery; others who believe that the next six months will tell us what the future will truly be. There are many who are watching the numbers returning to offices very closely. How will the industry return post pandemic? What will have changed? What can be expected? What needs to be done?
So many questions for the experts to explore and answer.
We hope you will be able to join us for this great event. We look forward to welcoming you.
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