Supporters

Commercial Kitchen has been developed in consultation with leading industry suppliers, distributors and operators, to ensure it meets the needs for this dynamic, fast changing industry, with the view to becoming the definitive event for the sector.

Developed for the industry, by the industry.

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Lead Partner

  • CEDA

    CEDA

    A lot can happen in a year and we are very proud to be joining Commercial Kitchen Show in 2017 as lead Partner again following our support for its very successful launch last June. For CEDA this is an opportunity to bring together all our Members from across the UK to focus on Association business, and to see the latest innovations and ideas from national and international catering equipment manufacturers and service providers, many of whom are our Partners and Associates. This is also a very special second year for CEDA at Commercial Kitchen as we use the show as a springboard to launch CEDA’s new brand identity to the wider foodservice industry and the media. We are delighted again to also have the CEDA Awards Gallery putting the spotlight on the incredible work that our Members delivered to operators in the UK and overseas in 2016. Of particular note in this year’s CEDA Grand Prix Awards Finalists gallery is our Overall Winner Court Catering Equipment and the dedication and skill they embodied in the delivery of Le Cordon Bleu’s European headquarters in Paris, and also the brand new award for Project Management that was won by C&C Catering Equipment for brilliant co-ordination and direction of a complex project for UBS’s new offices in Bishopgate, London.

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Associations

  • British Hospitality Association (BHA)

    The British Hospitality Association is the private sector forum for the UK’s 6th largest contributor to export earnings and 4th largest employer – that’s 3 million people or 10% of the workforce and over 180,000 businesses.

    Together we present a clear choice for Government and the hospitality & tourism industry. Either we are content with the ‘steady as she goes’ approach or we jointly pilot a path for a more ambitious strategy. Putting the right policies in place offers us all a considerable prize – growth which delivers 300,000 new jobs.

    The BHA aims to be the single most powerful voice actively championing the interests of the whole industry and its business partnership scheme enables the best suppliers and partners to the industry to participate in developing insight and sharing best practice.

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  • Hospital Caterers Association (HCA)

    The Hospital Catering Association (HCA) is the national trade body of hospital caterers and represents members from across all of the United Kingdom. There are over 300 million meals served every year and around £500 million spent on food annually by around 300 Trust’s across approximately 1200 hospitals.

    Catering staff are determined to continue raise the standard of hospital catering using a variety of food styles and services. Above all, we aim to use; Care, Compassion, Competence, Communication, Courage and Commitment to enhance the patient’s recovery. Working in partnership with suppliers and fellow associations will help as we join up our approach in promoting the “Last 9 Yards”, which focusses the requirement of an exemplary standard of food service to our patients.

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  • The ALMR

    The ALMR is the voice of the UK’s licensed hospitality sector, championing the interests of casual dining restaurants, pubs, bars and nightclubs. We work on behalf of our members to promote and encourage jobs, reduce the costs of doing business and prevent restrictive legislation being imposed. ALMR also delivers a programme of meetings, seminars and other events for members that provide unique networking and learning opportunities. To find out more about joining ALMR visit www.almr.org.uk/join-now/

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Media Partners