Published: 22 August 2023 by Carl Weston, Head of Marketing and Partner (non-solicitor)
We regret to inform you that the 2023 Annual Licensing and Regulatory event, initially for Wednesday 4th October has been postponed.
This is due to the train strikes taking place on Saturday 30 September and Wednesday 4 October 2023. We apologies for any inconvenience this may have caused. Please be assured that we are working hard to ensure the event takes place early 2024.
If you work in the hospitality sector, this event is a must.
Attended by over 80 professionals from brands such as Mitchells & Butlers, PizzaExpress, Pan Pacific Hotels, Dorsett Hotels, The Big Table Group, REKOM and J D Wetherspoon to name just a few, is an opportunity for you to learn about the latest developments in licensing law and regulatory / health and safety and how they might affect the sector and your business.
Taking place at Everyman Cinema King‘s Cross 14-18 Handyside Street, London, N1C 4D, and broken into two sessions , this promises to be an invaluable and fascinating day. Speakers and topics confirmed so far include:
Brief overview below and full agenda with speaker information here:
AM Regulatory. 10:30 – 13:00
PM Licensing: 14:00 – 15:45
This free seminar promises to be a useful and fascinating licensing event, so I do hope you can attend either the whole day, or the AM / PM session. You are welcome to come along with colleagues if you let us have their details.
To secure your place, simply email email@example.com and state whether you wish to attend the whole day, PM or AM.
Success has always relied on knowledge. Those who know more are usually better prepared for making decisions and – more often than not – receive better outcomes.
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