Includes lunch and coffee breaks.
Tue Feb 25 - 9:00 am - 5:00 pm ( Full Day)
Learn what it means to incorporate a “local taste of place” in your event and how doing so will not only set your event apart by creating a unique and memorable experience for guests, but will also help develop your region’s culinary identity by championing ingredients and producers from your community - all while taking steps towards becoming a zero-waste event.
Three KEY Learning Outcomes:
1. The powerful economics of local and why you should design a local food & beverage program for your event.
2. Why incorporating a local taste of place in your event will provide a unique and elevated experience for guests.
3. How to reduce the environmental impact of your event, including digital integration, food rescue, and a composting program.
Landon Logie is the Event Manager at the Culinary Tourism Alliance (CTA) and has over 5 years of experience in the hospitality industry, with a specialization in the design of culinary aspects. Through her role at the CTA she spearheads planning and logistics for Canada’s leading hospitality symposium, the Terroir Symposium, as well as numerous Feast On events across the province.
Landon’s experience includes event curation and execution for brands such as Amazon, Oxford Properties, and Dairy Farmers of Ontario, and as an OHI Top 30 Under 30 nominee, Landon is celebrated for the passion, social consciousness, and meticulous attention to detail that she brings to every project.