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CESA warns of complex issues as EU reports on product legislation post-Brexit

31 January 2018

Association works to mitigate worst implications; members can hear latest analysis at Technical Forum on February 22 The EU Commission has issued a document detailing the impact of Brexit on manufacturers, suppliers and importers operating in the UK, in terms of product legislation.  “It doesn’t make easy reading,” says CESA director Keith Warren.  The Association is holding a series of meetings with relevant bodies to map out the implications for its members and look for ways to mitigate them.

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Connectivity at Hotelympia:

6 December 2017

CESA’s Connectivity Trail helps visitors connect; plus new Energy-Saving Equipment Guide Stand 4270, Hotelympia, ExCel London, 5-8 March 2018 At Hotelympia 2018 CESA has organised a Connectivity Trail, which will allow visitors to go straight to companies that offer ‘connected’ equipment, so they can find out more, direct from the experts.  CESA will also be publishing a new Energy-Saving Equipment Guide, with a handy list of ‘green’ appliances that are on show at Hotelympia. CESA has helped develop the new...

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Hotelympia: CESA initiatives promote business at the show

3 November 2017

Branding for catering equipment section and new app will help visitors and suppliers Hotelympia 2018 sees two initiatives developed by CESA to help foodservice operators and equipment suppliers make the most of the show’s potential. The equipment area at Hotelympia will have its own area – The Professional Kitchen Show – which CESA has helped the show organisers, Montgomery, to develop. “The branding better reflects the dynamism and innovation of the equipment sector,” says John Whitehouse, who is both vice...

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PFS: attracting, retaining and training staff – CESA maps out the fundamentals

12 September 2017

New training initiative explains Principles of Food Service to newcomers to the industry The catering industry is suffering from a skills shortage and the need to recruit more staff.  Brexit is likely to increase this pressure.  What’s needed is a way to encourage people to enter the industry and, once here, to quickly pick up the basics and build a career.  That’s why CESA has launched the Principles of Food Service (PFS) training initiative.  It aims to give newcomers the...

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CESA conference 2017 aims to show way forward

29 August 2017

Moving Forward in a Changing World:  economic business and technological changes The CESA Conference 2017, in association with Cedabond, ENSE and the FCSI UK & Ireland. 15th and 16th November at the DeVere Wokefield Estate near Reading CESA’s 2017 conference at the DeVere Wokefield Estate welcomes back Steph McGovern, economist and broadcaster as Conference Facilitator. Steph is there to kick off the day’s agenda with an economic and business session as well as to link expert speakers from business and...

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