San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Are you aged 16 - 24 and looking for a job, apprenticeship or work experience in the Restaurant industry?
Join us at City Hall on Monday September 21st to meet the UK’s celebrity chefs and restaurant owners, learn about a career in hospitality, and apply for fantastic opportunities.
Throughout the morning we will hear from the stage about hospitality jobs, apprenticeships and work experience opportunities, including key note speeches from restaurant industry leaders and celebrity chefs including celebrity chefs Mark Sargeant and Adam Byatt, KERB founder, Petra Barran and winner of BBC's The Apprentice, Tim Campbell.
We then welcome you to join us for the Big Conversation and a showcase lunch in the London Living room, where you will have the opportunity to meet the business leaders and even walk away with an opportunity that day.
The ground floor will host a buzzing recruitment event with opportunities available from OCS and Ed’s Easy Diner, Ned’s Noodle Bar, Benugo, Searcy’s, KFC, Yo! Sushi, Whitbread Restaurants, Costa and more.
Take a look at last year's event for what to expect on the day.
When: 09.30 Registration, 10.00 Big Hospitality Conversation start
Careers Marketplace: 09.30 - 15.30
This day could be the start of an exciting new career full of endless opportunities so don’t miss out, and book your place now as spaces are limited.
If you can’t make it to the Big Conversation itself, please feel free to come down any time between 9.30am and 3.30pm to meet the employers – there’s no need to book.
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British Hospitality Association
The BHA represents over 40,000 hotels, serviced apartments, clubs, restaurants, food service, attractions and leisure companies. As the ‘hub’ for Hospitality and Tourism, the BHA’s thought leadership, market know-how, intelligence and expertise, deliver a powerful voice to government, as well as reliable advice, valuable connections and strategic support to business. Its purpose is to work with government to ensure the right business environment in which Hospitality and Tourism can thrive. The key measure of success is the creation of 300,000 new Hospitality and Tourism jobs in the UK by 2020.