EFCEM are looking for a high-calibre individual to lead the Federation in the next phase of its development. The role will focus on day-to-day leadership but will also provide wider input across the various working groups to develop strategy and ensure its execution.
The closing date for applications is Wednesday 30th November, with a shortlist of candidates being drawn up in mid-December and interviews taking place in January 2023.
Marco Beverage Systems the first Irish owned business to partner with the Nature Trust on tree-planting initiative
Marco Beverage Systems, a global leader in commercial water and coffee systems with headquarters in Ireland has announced a partnership with the Nature Trust aimed at planting more native Irish trees. Marco has been manufacturing innovative and stylish beverage equipment since 1980 and in recent years has turned its focus to designing more energy-efficient and sustainable systems, such as the Marco MIX water boiler which is up to 70% more energy-efficient than leading competitors.
At Avoca, we are passionate about our food. Our ethos is centred around fresh, quality ingredients, Irish provenance and seasonality, and we are endlessly proud of our team of talented chefs and bakers.
This year, we were delighted to pick up 5 awards at the Blas na hEireann Irish Food Awards. The biggest competition for quality Irish produce in the country, we were honoured to take home bronze for our delicious smoked salmon pâté and our famous chocolate and praline cake with hidden smarties. We were also awarded silver for our Immunity Chicken Broth, and gold for for our Superberry Granola and our Greek Style Cheese Dip with Roasted Tomatoes!
This is a chance to showcase your products to the entire foodservice sector. Enter now to highlight the sustainable and innovative products that your customers need to know about!
Employees of workplace services provider Sodexo Ireland have raised €17,000 for the annual Shine a Light Night, the national fundraiser organised by its charity partner, Focus Ireland. The funds raised by Sodexo will be used to cover the overall costs of providing 750 nutritious meals at the charity’s coffee shop in Dublin city centre.
On Shine a Light Night, a team of employees from all over Ireland joined managing director David Fox to spend the night outdoors in the Wicklow mountains.
This much anticipated event is back for 2022. Book now to invite your staff, clients and their families along to this exclusive IFSA Private Screening and Christmas Event at the ODEON Point Village, Dublin.
Warren Buffet once said that he would have no problem taking $1,000,000 and achieving a 50% annual return on his investment, which would earn him $500,000 profit per annum before taxes. This might seem like a mind boggling return on investment to be able to achieve, and it is, even the brightest minds in finance would struggle to achieve a return like this . Most investors struggle to make a profit of 7% a year on their investments, which won’t even cancel out the effects of present day inflation rates. Most pension funds do well to return 5% per year, before fees.
I am going to tell you how the average business owner, with no financial investment knowledge can make a 50% average return on their investment, over the next 3 years. Let me explain…
Four Star Pizza has partnered with BWG Foodservice, one of Ireland’s leading suppliers to the foodservice sector, in a multimillion euro deal over the next five years for the exclusive supply of all food ingredients to the expansive Irish-owned pizza group. The new contract, will see BWG Foodservice, which is part of leading Irish wholesale and retail group BWG Foods, deliver an end-to-end supply solution across all categories spanning fresh food, ambient grocery, chilled and frozen products, packaging and other catering supplies.
The Bord Bia Irish Foodservice Seminar will take place at the Killashee House, Naas, Kildare on 3rd November and will also be live-streamed for those that cannot make it. The findings from the end of year Foodservice Market Insights report will be published, building on the 2022 Industry White Paper in terms of quantifying the size of the market by sector and forecasting developments for 2023. Bord Bia will also be sharing new insights tracking recent consumer activity and expectations when it comes to eating out of home.
Some form of remote working is undoubtedly now part of many peoples working conditions. Some embrace it. Some, not so much. The reluctance of some employees not to go back to the office is understandable. Not having long commute times for many being one of the main and very understandable reasons. And if your staff can maintain a consistent level of productivity, should more be considering it? But what about those who prefer more regular human interaction and guidance? At the recent online summit held by Healthy Place to Work® some of the following points were raised: