There is only one month left to register for the Baking Industry Summit 2008, on 27 November, so make sure you reserve your delegate place now. The Summit, which will focus on the essentials of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), is taking place at One Great George Street, London, and will host a variety of top speakers, including keynote speaker, Lucy Neville-Rolfe, CMG, Executive Director (Corporate & Legal Affairs), Tesco.
The UK bakery sector is under a unique pressure to examine its efficiency across the chain, from where and how the wheat and ingredients are sourced, to energy, packing and distribution. Added to this are the consumer drivers of careful environmental management and social responsibility in production. The summit will look at where to start on CSR and what government, consumers and the supermarkets require.
Speakers will include packaging and waste experts who have tackled specific bakery-based issues head-on and are ready to share their experiences. Leading figures from the supermarket, bakery supply, plant baking and retail bakery sectors will speak alongside businesses including Greggs and Bells of Lazonby about how they have implemented a CSR strategy.
To book a place, contact Helen Law on 01293 846587 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also book online at www.bakingsummit.co.uk