Who Wants to Speak at Catersource this Year?
We hope you do!
Catersource Conference & Tradeshow, now in its 28th year, boasts the largest confluence of catering and event professionals in the United States, offering over 120 educational sessions, workshops, and conversations for an unparalleled immersive experience.
It’s time to start thinking about the unique knowledge set you possess and how you can share your ideas with like-minded colleagues outside your own region.
Aleya Harris, new to the Catersource program in 2019, was one of the year's Top Five speakers.
Catersource 2020 Tracks Include:
• Food & Beverage (culinary techniques, F&B trends, demos, industry concerns such as food waste)
• Events (event production, wedding trends, destination events, more)
• Business & Operations (best business practices, business growth, C-Level operational strategies)
• Staff Development & Enrichment (hiring, retention, rewards, management, health & wellness)
• Trends & Design (related to colors, floral, lighting, venues)
• Off-Premise Catering (drop off, corporate catering, events)
• On-Premise Catering (colleges & universities, hotels, casinos, stadiums, wedding & event venue catering)
• All (overarching inspirational or general in nature)
• Sales & Marketing (client-facing ideas and strategies)
• GAP (speaks solidly to both catering & event professionals)
Your Deadline is July 02
Cassie Burd and Sean Willcoxon of Mazzone Hospitality, teaching “Don’t Lose Your Margins to Grown Your Business” were in Catersource’s Top 15 sessions.
When: March 9–12, 2020 in Las Vegas, NV at Mandalay Bay. We’re excited to be back in Las Vegas with both tradeshow and conferences under the same roof. We are also co-locating Catersource with The Special Event, with a combined tradeshow floor that will bring over 8,500 professionals and 500 suppliers together to provide an unmatched opportunity to source, network and learn in one-sensory stimulating environment.
Our audience: Our audience is comprised of top-level professionals who have been in the industry a long time, but also may bring new hires, and/or recently promoted chefs, managers, and salespeople. Attendees may be representing a small company in a big town, a big company in a small town…or a $500 million-dollar company in a densely populated metro area. But they are all at Catersource for the same reason: to be wowed with new products, new education, new ideas—and network, too.