Inspiration, top tips and practical advice at the HTA Catering Conference

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HTA Catering Conference

This year’s HTA Catering Conference takes place on Wednesday 3 July at Horticulture House in Oxfordshire.

Packed full of top tips and practical advice,the event is for those looking to take the next steps to grow their catering outlet.
Host for the day is horticultural business consultant, Neville Stein. Neville will set the scene by looking at the benefits that a catering outlet can bring to your wider business.
Paul Pleydell from Pleydell Smithyman will then outline what you need to consider in designing your café space. He’ll look at topics including maximising space, layout and flow.
Other topics on the catering conference agenda include:
Caroline Benjamin from Food Allergy Aware will look at strategies for dealing with allergies.
Bean to Cup versus barista? Looking at all the considerations to take on board when choosing a coffee supplier.
James Debbage from the award-winning Green Pastures Garden Centre and Plant Shop will be looking at menu planning. He’ll cover different aspects including customer type and times of day you are busy.
The programme will also feature extra case studies from business across the industry.

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