FEA’s 2021 industry conference has secured the services of political correspondent and BBC broadcaster Chris Mason for a keynote address.
Mason is at the forefront of politics on television, covering the intense and unpredictable world with a digestible and entertaining style of delivery, and will bring that energy to his presentation.
The conference will take place September 15-16 at Chesford Grange, Kenilworth, and will focus on sharing ideas and inspiration with delegates, to help them boost their businesses and find growth in long term.
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During the informal dinner on Wednesday September 15, FEA will unveil the results of its Top 100 Foodservice Influencers initiative. Earlier in the afternoon, the association will hold its AGM.
Thursday is the main conference and exhibition day, with the evening bringing the gala dinner and the announcement of the winners of the FCSI Sustainability Award and Outstanding Contribution to the Catering Equipment Industry Award.
The afternoon session of the conference will focus on net zero carbon. The focus will be on initiatives and practical goals, examining how to integrate sustainability into asset management.
The FEA offers early bird rates until Wednesday, June 30, with a 15% discount available to its members until then. For example, the full package for an FEA member, including two nights’ accommodation and dinner, is normally £ 695. With the early bird discount dropping to £ 595.