Registration has now opened for The Baking Forum, an event which is brought to attendees by the baking industry, for the baking industry. The one-day conference is taking place on 19 May at the Queens Hotel in Leeds, and has announced that registration is now open for delegates to secure their place.
The Baking Forum will be hosted by Roger Harrabin, an influential voice on environment, energy and climate change. As Energy and Environmental Analyst at the BBC, he reported for over 30 years. The event aims to bring together over 200 delegates to discuss future challenges for the industry and share potential solutions.
Hot topics over the one-day period will include market insights, future trends, opportunities and challenges, driving sustainability, reaching net zero, and how the government can support the food industry. Delegates will have the opportunity to put their questions to a panel of experts, also.
Open to all baking industry professionals, key service providers and ingredient suppliers, the inaugural event will bring together industry leaders and sector specialists, to share their knowledge and vision for the future of the baking industry. Details of speakers will be announced shortly.
Supporting the Bakers Benevolent Society Fund, the event is endorsed by the Federation of Bakers and the Association of Bakery Ingredient Manufacturers (ABIM). It is also supported by key industry figures including AB Mauri, Frank Roberts, Zeelandria and Fine Lady Bakeries.
Throughout the day there will be the opportunity to meet with exhibitors and network with colleagues and peers. An evening gala dinner will also offer the opportunity for all delegates to continue key conversations into the evening.
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