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Claire Clark among the speakers at the Commercial Kitchen Show


Renowned pastry chef Claire Clark, Nando’s, MEATliquor, Young’s Pubs and the Sustaina- ble Restaurant Association have all been announced as speakers for the 2017 Commercial Kitchen Show. Returning to the NEC Birming- ham for its second year on 6-7 June, the show’s Keynote Thea- tre will also host 10 expert panels and a series of interviews. Robert Quehan, formerly of the


Ivy and now head chef at the Red- wood Bistro at Bishopstoke Park (the UK’s first retirement village to be awarded an AA rosette for its food) will appear on the sched- ule alongside Clark. She will be sharing insights from her exten- sive career, which has included


time spent at the Ritz, Claridge’s and the French Laundry, to more recently founding a new cookery school at Milton Keynes College. Other speakers will include Chris Knights, group execu- tive chef at Young’s Pubs and Geronimo Inns, and Kumour Uddin, group executive chef at Anglian Country Inns, who will discuss how innovative equip- ment and design can play an integral role in helping to deliver speed, quality and consistency in a fast-paced pub kitchen. The Catering Equipment Dis- tributors Association, the show’s lead partner, will also host a panel featuring five of its former chairs: Mark Drazen, managing direc- tor of Caterware; Nick Howe,


Mark Cooke strengthens national sales team at Cambridge Synergy Grill


Joining from Gram UK, Cooke brings more than 20 years of industry experience to the team, having gained extensive experi- ence in the catering industry as a chef, chef-tutor and in various sales roles in fine food supply, food production and prime cook- ing and refrigeration equipment, which includes five years at Gram UK and eight years with Lincat. His new role will be focused on building Synergy Grill’s exist- ing distributor network in the North, Scotland and Ireland, along with developing business opportunities with the wider dealer network.


Speaking on his appointment,


Mark Cooke is now national business development manager


Mark Cooke has been appointed as the new national business development manager for Cam- bridge-based Synergy Grill.


Cooke said: “I’m delighted to be joining the team and excited about sharing the benefits and potential of the Synergy Grill, which offers genuine added value to distributors to offer to their clients.


“I’m looking forward to con- tributing to the company’s future growth plans”.


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managing director of Court Cater- ing Equip- ment; Peter Kitchin, managing director of C&C Catering Equipment; Iain Munro, managing director of ScoMac Catering Equipment; and Jack Sharkey, managing director of Vision Commercial Kitchens. The panel will examine what


Nisbets opens first Ireland site Pastry chef Claire Clark will


share her career experience


it means to be a distributor in 2017, and how projects, design and equipment will continue to connect the industry. For more information, go to www.commercial kitchenshow.co.uk


Nisbets is offering a 20% discount at the opening of its Belfast store


Catering equipment supplier Nisbets will open its 25th store in the UK at a new site in Belfast – the first store the company has opened in Ireland. Situated in the city centre and set across three floors, the Belfast branch is packed with everything from chef knives and clothing to furniture and refrigeration from top brands including Buffalo, Polar and Thor.


The store will offer over 3,500 products and more than 25,000 items for next day delivery. Vis- itors attending a special open- ing occasion will receive 20% off everything in store on top of exist- ing offers, take home a goody bag


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worth £15 with every purchase and enjoy a host of complimen- tary refreshments.


The special launch event will


take place on 4 May following the official opening on 2 May.


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