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Created by the baking industry for the baking industry, the one-day conference – being held in support of the Bakers Benevolent Society – promises to be the sector’s standout event this year.

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Hot topics including market insights on trends, challenges and opportunities, sustainability and how the industry can work to achieve net zero, and how the government can support the industry through these murky times.

Open to bakers, service providers and ingredients suppliers, delegates will have the opportunity to put their questions to the panel of speakers, made up of industry leaders and sector specialists, including James Walton, chief economist at IGD, Prof Averil Macdonald, Emeritus Professor at Reading University, Andrew Walker, Kantar’s client service director and Jim Hawkridge, product development director at AB Mauri UK & Ireland.

The event – hosted by Roger Harrabin, the BBC’s energy and environment analyst for over 30 years – is expected to bring together over 200 delegates to discuss future challenges for the industry and importantly, share potential solutions.

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Throughout the day, delegates will have the opportunity to meet with speakers and exhibitors. Refreshments, lunch and a 20’s-themed gala dinner completes the package. Special rates, too, have been secured with The Queens Hotel for delegates wishing to stay over.

Registration is now open for delegates, along with opportunities for exhibitors and other sponsors, but places are filling up fast.