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9 June 2017 Kings Place, London Regarded as one of the most informative,


valuable and enjoyable dates in the foodservice calendar, the Foodservice Forum sees delegates come back again and again, simply because the day helps them do business better.


On 9 June, delegates will hear from a whole host of inspirational speakers, including


Jamie Ramsay, dubbed the UK’s Forrest Gump, who left his desk job to run 11,000 miles from


Vancouver to Buenos Aires in 600 days, raising money for CALM, Water Aid and Macmillan. Find out how he overcame challenges, including navigating his way through the most hazardous of situations and beating acute loneliness, to achieve his astonishing feat.


We’re also delighted to have: ● Michelin-starred chef John Campbell and Mike Hanson of BaxterStorey, who will discuss our threatened protein supply chain


● Matthew Smallwood and Victoria Cross of Instinctif Partners, who will highlight brand growth, business protection and crisis management


● Management consultant Sarah Linton, who will identify the qualities required for a winning attitude


www.foodservice-forum.com


Tickets £149+VAT


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