Last places up for grabs at Tenanted Pub Company Summit 2014

By James Wallin

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This year's summit takes place at The Landmark in London
This year's summit takes place at The Landmark in London
There are just three weeks until this year’s Tenanted Pub Company summit, featuring presentations from leading industry figures and invaluable networking opportunities.

This year’s event takes place at The Landmark, London on Thursday 12 June. Co-hosted by The Publican’s Morning Advertiser and M&C Report, this ‘must-attend’ summit will explore the themes and issues at play in the leased pub market.

This year’s keynote speaker is Adrian Bailey MP, chairman of the Business, Innovation and Skills Committee. Adrian will be outlining his challenge to tenanted pub operators.

Other speakers include

•             Jonathan Neame, chief executive of Britain’s oldest brewer, Shepherd Neame, on a forward looking approach to adding value for tenants

•             Ed Cottrell, commercial director of Enterprise Inns, outlines plans for the UK’s largest tenanted pub estate

•             Andy Slee, central operations director of Punch, explains how the Punch Buying Club has broken the mould and evolved its partner offer.  2,300 licensee partners now use the system

•             Brian Smart, director general of the British Franchise Association, talks about franchising and pubs - five things every operator needs to know

•             Mark Derry, co-founder of Loch Fyne Restaurants and chief executive of Brasserie Blanc, runs through his plans for fledgling pub concept, White Brasseries

•             Him! reveal exclusive research results from the 2014 Tenant Track Survey

•             Jonathan Paveley, ex-chairman of Admiral Taverns and an ex-director of Punch, analyses the dynamics of the tenanted model

•             Chris Welham, managing director at Spirit Leased, talks about turning around the leased business

•             Chris Jowsey, director at Star Pubs and Bars, on making food a star in every pub

•             Brigid Simmonds, chief executive of the British Beer & Pub Association, briefs on statutory action and progress under self-regulation

•             The Operators panel will discuss the virtues and challenges of operating under the tenanted model. Operators confirmed: Giles Fry, co-founder, Snug Bars; James Waddington, director, Inglenook Inns and Taverns; Damon Horrill, managing director, Cornerstone Inns

This unmissable conference will provide an overview of the tenanted pub market, new research on pub tenants and looks at best practice in the sector.  Only a handful of places left so book your place today.

To view the full speaker list and for more information please visit​ or contact Emily Croft on

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