Agenda for R200 May Online Special

For our R200 May online special, we bring you leaders from across the sector who will share their experiences, ideas and plans for the post lockdown world as well as discuss the challenges that still lie ahead.

See below the agenda and speakers. This online event will be accessible both live and on-demand following the event, so make sure to register now to secure your access and also share the link with your teams.

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Delivering the goods? The future of meal kits post lockdown

Tim Gould, managing director, Hawksmoor

Tim will discuss the steakhouse group’s decision to ramp up its meal box delivery and food delivery business as the UK comes out of lockdown and its tactics and predictions for the future in this nascent part of the sector.

Honest living: the next chapter of Honest Burgers

Frank Hayes, CEO, Honest Burgers

Having recently joined the burger group in the newly created CEO role, Hayes will discuss what the new position means for the business, its focus for the next 18 months and his predictions for the casual dining sector in the short and long term.

The future of food delivery

Amy Heather, strategic accounts director, Just Eat

Amy will be in discussion with one of Just Eat’s restaurant partners on the role of food delivery during lockdown, lessons learnt, and the approach businesses can take when dine in reopens.

Virtual reality: building a brand online

Steve Hill, operations director, Bone Daddies

Steve will talk about the rise of the company’s delivery-only Wing Daddies brand, the company’s future plans for it and how it has shaped the company’s strategy as lockdown ends.

WatchHouse: redefining the multi-site model

Roland Horne, CEO and founder

With WatchHouse looking to double the size of its estate to 12 sites this year, Horne will talk about why he has decided now is the time to go on the expansion trail and how he hopes to ring the changes with his approach.

Reopening and Staying Open

Rob Easton, head of consultancy, Shield Safety Group

Rob will explore why staying COVID-safe is not the only safety concern businesses should focus on as they set about reopening their operation and the lessons learned from the sectors that continued trading during lockdown.

Property – a post lockdown perspective

Ted Schama, joint managing partner, Shelley Sandzer; Julia Wilkinson, restaurant director, Shaftesbury

The panel will discuss what the future hold for hospitality in terms of the property market, how the pandemic has changed how landlords view hospitality, and what changes might occur in the landlord/restaurant relationship as a result of the pandemic.

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