Tesco’s executive director of corporate and legal affairs Lucy Neville Rolfe will be giving an insight into the supermarket’s corporate social responsibility strategy (CSR) at British Baker’s Baking Industry Summit, to be held in London on 27 November.In an industry where food is baked, packaged, distributed, sold and thrown away daily, the chain of efficiency in bakery and food-to-go sectors is a continual challenge. Via real-life examples and advice, the summit will illustrate how business can benefit from implementing an effective, sustainable CSR strategy.Also confirmed is Huw Edwards, commercial director – central buying, bakery and cafés at Asda.Other speakers include leading figures from supermarkets, bakery suppliers, plant baking and bakery businesses, such as Greggs and Bells of Lazonby, as well as waste and packaging experts, such as Andrew Parry, food waste minimisation manager at WRAP.For bookings & enquiries, please contact conference co-ordinator Helen Law on 01293 846587 or email [email protected] william-reed.co.uk.Further information is also available at [http://www.bakingsummit.co.uk].
View Comments Before Cirque du Soleil moves in next spring, Broadway’s Lyric Theatre, which recently played host to On the Town, will have an aristocratic tenant. Michael Flatley’s Lord of the Dance: Dangerous Games is set to play a limited engagement November 7 through January 3, 2016. Opening night is scheduled for November 10.Flatley himself will appear—and make his Broadway debut—in the production in what will serve as his swan song as a performer. The Irish dancer is the force behind the internationally-recognizable brands Riverdance and Lord of the Dance. Directed and choreographed by Flatley, Lord Of The Dance: Dangerous Games will feature Flatley in a special appearance at the end of each evening performance as well as star his protégés Morgan Comer, James Keegan and Cathal Keaney in the title role of the “Lord of the Dance.”The production, which will showcase a troupe of Irish Dance’s most accomplished performers, is an updated staging of Flatley’s original shows Lord Of The Dance, Feet of Flames and Celtic Tiger. Dangerous Games features holographic-effect projections, along with new costumes, choreography and music by Gerard Fahy.Lord of the Dance: Dangerous Games had its world premiere at the London Palladium, before heading on a 200-plus date tour across 15 countries. It was recently announced that it will return to the West End later this year for a holiday engagement. Lord of the Dance: Dangerous Games Related Shows Show Closed This production ended its run on Jan. 3, 2016
SBC Summit Barcelona – Digital unveils unrivalled speaker line-up August 19, 2020 StumbleUpon CEOs to share post-COVID-19 vision at industry’s biggest online conference March 26, 2020 Related Articles Share Share Submit SBC Summit Barcelona – Digital 2020 announces free ticket initiative July 21, 2020 Betcart is sponsoring Betting on Football 2017, the fourth edition of the largest international football and betting trade conference at Chelsea FC’s Stamford Bridge.Ahead of the 3-5 May event, we spoke to Natalie Berenato, the company’s Head of Marketing and Affiliates, about what she is looking forward to at the conference, what attracted Betcart to sponsor the event and the status of its application for a UK licence.SBC: Why did you choose to sponsor Betting on Football 2017?NB: We’re happy to be able to sponsor such an important event within our industry. SBC has been a pivotal partnership for us and we find these focused events a brilliant tool to not only catching up with our peers, but to be updated with many important key topics in the sportsbook industry.SBC: What are you most looking forward to at the conference?NB: Catching up with our affiliates as well as meeting new ones, of course we know that these events are attended by the top personalities in the industry. All the talks about the different markets will be of great interest and we’re looking forward to some professional and high-level comments from some industry experts.SBC: Ahead of sponsoring the UK-hosted #bofcon2017, what is the status of your application for a UK licence?NB: We will be able to update our suppliers and affiliates on the status of it before the conference.SBC: You previously stated that the “true gold” in affiliate partnerships lies in the quality of service and the relationships built; are there any specific affiliates that you are looking forward to meeting at Stamford Bridge?NB: We’re very open to collaborate with any affiliate that is willing to work hard with us to make our partnership a success. We’re focusing our 2017 targets in specific markets, such as Scandinavia, so it will be of interest to us to focus on those countries, but we’re looking forward to speaking to anyone interested in working with us!SBC: And finally, which parts of the conference agenda have caught your eye?NB: The market profile tracks talks will be highly interesting for us, and of course the networking at the end of each day!