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Don't miss the opportunity to join us at the summit

Don’t miss your chance to register for Gram UK’s very first Go Green half-day Summit taking place at The Charlotte Street Hotel in London on Tuesday 20th October. Bringing together some of the biggest names in the industry, The Go Green Summit aims to arm operators, caterers and chefs with the knowledge and tools to help implement green practices that will work towards a more commercially sustainable future for their business. 

Doing better business by implementing a simple programme of green practices can be straightforward, yet sustainability remains an issue that operators, chefs and caterers are struggling to implement effectively in outlets across the country. 

Budget, time pressures and lack of knowledge are all contributing factors which are holding back the foodservice industry when it comes to considering a more sustainable future, but on the 20th October, Gram, supported by a number of industry bodies including the FCSI, The Carbon Trust and WRAP, will host the inaugural Go Green Summit to address many of these issues, examining the causes and offering solutions. 

With spaces for 60 delegates, offered on a first come first serve basis, The Go Green Summit will see the key champions and opinion formers on the issue of working towards a more sustainable foodservice future, come together to debate and share knowledge on a range of key issues facing responsible operators today. From waste reduction to reduced energy consumption and running costs, the summit aims to inform, encourage and advise on running a more efficient and sustainable business.

The half-day session features, a stellar line up of key industry speakers and panellists. Representatives from manufacturers Gram, Winterhalter and MKN will demonstrate the benefits of implementing sustainability and purchasing energy efficient equipment through a series of case studies, as well as highlighting results achieved by other outlets who have already implemented sustainable practices and purchased energy efficient equipment and seen tangible business benefits. 

Please Note: Spaces will be allocated on a first come first serve basis to professional caterers, chefs and those responsible for the specification and procurement of catering equipment in the UK.

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