An evening to discuss equality within the food industry and why it is still such a hot topic even in the 21st century. We’ll discuss the moves that many restaurants and organisations are making to ensure parity with the hospitality industry and what we can all do to make working in the food industry a more balanced place in terms of gender. The event takes place on Friday 27th September from 6pm to 9pm at The Royal Society of Arts, 8 John Adam Street, London, WC2N 6EZ
This will be our first FREE event since Women in The Food Industry Membership launched and it will also be an opportunity discuss what people are looking for out of membership and which other industry organisations they value.
Chaired by Mex Ibrahim – co-founder of Women in The Food Industry, you’ll have the opportunity to network and shape the future of the industry. The event will be held in The Steps Auditorium at the RSA. We’ll shout you a welcome soft drink or cup of tea/coffee and there is also 10% off food & drinks at Rawthmells Coffeehouse at The RSA – quote WiFi Equality Event at the till for 10% off your final bill.
Register to attend here. All are welcome to attend both women and men!
"We'll be looking at the work of other networks in food and hospitality too and the work they are doing to help equality & gender parity in the industry."
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