Caterer Middle East Head Chef Survey: Have you had your say?

The deadline for the entries is Sunday, July 30, 2017

The deadline for the entries is Sunday, July 30, 2017.
The deadline for the entries is Sunday, July 30, 2017.

 There are just five days left to enter the Caterer Middle East Head Chef Survey 2017.

The comprehensive study, which is now in its eighth year, is designed to give chefs a voice while assessing market trends, industry progress, potential future challenges and chefs’ overall views of F&B operations in the region.

The survey is anonymous and open to head chefs working in both independent and hotel-based restaurants in the Middle East.

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To participate, please visit www.surveymonkey.com/r/headchef2017.

“This survey is rare opportunity for professionals in the region to voice their unfiltered opinions on important issues in the F&B industry.

“The results will help us identify trends, challenges and opportunities, so I urge all head chefs participate. It takes 10 minutes,” said Caterer Middle East editor Claudia de Brito.

The September issue of Caterer Middle East will feature an in-depth analysis of the results which will also be available online at www.hoteliermiddleeast.com.

The deadline for the entries is Sunday, July 30, 2017.

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