11th European Foodservice Summit

22 - 24 September 2010

Game Changing & Game Changers

The Summit is the number one European platform for the restaurant industry. Issues we discuss are trendsetting and on tomorrow’s agenda. Together we have created a think tank to analyse the most important changes in the industry as well as an annual forum where we may all share our thoughts on a regular basis.

The people who join us are the industry leaders who shape the European restaurant landscape for the future. Main players (entrepreneurs/senior management) of the multi-unit restaurant and catering industry as well as suppliers and consultants. Seats are limited for suppliers and consultants. There is a maximum of 250 participants to keep the atmosphere intimate. Be a part of the best community and help create a strong Pan-European network!

Over these two days, more than a dozen international experts and global players will present their views on the future.

Among them:

  • David Bosshart (GDI, Switzerland)
  • Christoph Bründl (CB Bründl Sports, Austria)
  • Berk Eksioglu (Istanbul Doors, Turkey)
  • Jean-Luc Fourrier (Hilton Asia/Pacific, Singapore)
  • Dan Holm (GreenEggsMarketing.com, USA)
  • Ibrahim Ibrahim (Portland Design, UK)
  • Rex A. Jones (Chipotle Mexican Grill, USA)
  • Rudi Kull (Kull & Weinzierl, Germany)
  • Julian Metcalfe (Pret A Manger/Itsu, UK)
  • Samy Molcho (Austria)
  • Jens Moritz (EQT Partners, Sweden/Germany)
  • Christopher C. Muller (UCF, USA)
  • Ly Qui Trung (Pho24, Vietnam)
  • Gretel Weiss (FoodService Europe & Middle East, Germany)

For further information and booking, please have a look at www.efss.ch


22 September - 24 September 2010
Fee per Person
incl. Starbucks book, signed by Howard Schultz
CHF 2'600.- Restaurant companies
CHF 3'750.- Suppliers/Consultants
The price includes documentation, extensive download area, all meals, refreshments, transfers, get-together and dinner party(VAT incl.). The fee has to be paid in advance.
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