Taking the risk out of growth and targeting the right places to open and invest in will be big themes at this year’s CGA Future of Finance seminar at 30 Euston Square, London, on Thursday 20 June.
The exclusive invitation-only event will bring together CEOs, business founders and investors with CFOs, property directors and non-execs to discuss the hot topics impacting the future health of the restaurant, pub and bar world. CGA’s expert team will be on hand to fuse its unrivalled data sources to identify the places and people to target for growth, diversification and possible contraction in this ultra-competitive market.
At the heart of Future of Finance will be issues around supply and demand. With the casual dining sector reaching saturation point, how far will it contract? Is the recent resurgence of pubs temporary or permanent? Which towns, cities and segments still have headroom for growth? How are changes in cuisine tastes and drinking habits affecting consumer spending? And what are the data tools needed to track and predict these shifts in the market?
These are just some of the questions that Future of Finance will set out to answer. CGA’s team will be drawing on its location and due diligence capabilities to show brands how to evaluate the size of the prize, identify the gaps in the market and better understand their target consumers.
With help from sector bosses, we’ll be covering other big business issues too, including investment, sector deals, rising costs, supply chain, recruitment and the wider UK economy. The full speaker programme will be unveiled in the next few weeks.
Future of Finance takes place at 30 Euston Square in London on Thursday 20 June. Learn more and request a free place.