connected – May 2022

Welcome to the May issue of ceda’s connected

We’re shining a light on the women in our industry and suitably kicking things off with ceda Chair Kirstin Hatherley. She tells us about how she got into the
industry, the various roles she’s held and challenges she’s faced.

As part of our 50th anniversary year, this month we look back at the 1980s and the decisions, initiatives and people driving the association.

ceda Partner Marco Beverage Systems introduce their new products POUR’D and the MT Boiler Range.

Earlier this month we hosted an industry-wide webinar detailing the Apprenticeship Standard for Catering Engineers ahead of our autumn intake. Find out more about the Standard, why it was developed and the benefits of taking on an apprentice engineer.

We’re delighted to announce two new appointments to the ceda Board! Discover which ceda initiatives Nick Archer and Michaela Stephens-Smith are passionate about progressing in their new roles.

There’s also an educational marketing piece to help you make the most of your LinkedIn presence and elevate your company’s profile in just 4 easy steps.

We hope you enjoy this issue of connected and we welcome your feedback and contributions for future editions.

Read connected May 2022