CESA opens knowledge database to Birmingham-bound foodservice equipment buyers

CESA Innovation Zone, Hospitality Show

Foodservice operators with a catering equipment question that needs answering are being offered support from CESA at the 2017 Great Hospitality Show in Birmingham.

The trade association is taking part in the exhibition, which runs from 23-25 January 2017, where it will be sharing its knowledge database.

Whether it’s working out what size fridge is needed for a specific kitchen or determining what kind of cookware is needed with induction, the organisation will be able to draw on the expertise of its 180 members.

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CESA will also be dishing out free copies of its latest equipment guides, which give overviews of various equipment categories along with articles on pertinent topics such as legislation, maintenance tips and the latest technology trends.

CESA’s stand is at the heart of the CESA Innovation Zone, where leading equipment companies will be showing their very latest designs and concepts.

“The Zone is where professional foodservice operators find out what’s new in catering technology in 2017,” said Glenn Roberts, who takes over as chair of CESA this month. “With many new product launches on show, it promises to give a fascinating insight into the future for anyone involved in purchasing or using catering equipment.”

CESA will also be promoting its CFSP (Certified Food Service Professional) programme, which has been completed by more than 4,000 industry professionals to date. At Hospitality CESA will be talking about new training modules being developed during the coming year.

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