Deadline extended for Caterer Head Chef Survey 2017

A rare platform for chefs to anonymously voice their opinions, the survey will now close on Sunday 6th August

Entries  for the Caterer Head Chef Survey 2017 will be accepted until August 6.
Entries for the Caterer Head Chef Survey 2017 will be accepted until August 6.

Head chefs now have just under a week to voice their opinions with the Caterer Middle East Head Chef Survey 2017.

The annual survey provides a platform for top culinary professionals across the Middle East to share their views on pressing issues and the current state of the regional F&B industry.

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

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

To participate, please visit

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

The survey should take no more than 10 minutes to complete.

The deadline for the entries is now Sunday, August 6, 2017.

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