HEINEKEN SmartDispense™ launches new sustainability and wellbeing event


The UK’s leading draught dispensing technology system from HEINEKEN, SmartDispense™, is running a new sustainability and wellbeing event called the Energy Well Spent Summit, which will take place on 12th July at Villa Park, Birmingham.

The event aims to bring the hospitality industry together to share expert-led advice and to provide tangible takeaways that attendees can implement in their business.

The day will consist of leading experts hosting dedicated panel discussions, breakaway sessions, and a keynote speech from a special guest looking at wellbeing – tailored to the hospitality sector. The discussions will encourage audience participation and will be centred on topical issues such as how to approach and prepare your business ahead of the upcoming EPC legislation, tips for enhancing staff wellbeing, and how to use technology to enhance customer experience.

The Summit has been developed by SmartDispense™, which is revolutionising sustainability for the hospitality sector and helping operators to save time, energy, and money that can be reinvested into other parts of their business, their staff or themselves.

Richard Stephens, Head of SmartDispense™ and Technical Services comments: “We stand in solidarity with the industry as we drive the renewed growth of the on-trade channel. We’re actively looking for ways to offer practical support that will make a difference in outlet, while also helping operators to think about sustainable solutions to future-proof their businesses.

“By bringing the sector together, we can support each other, learn from one another, and create a positive outlook for the months to come. SmartDispense™ is the perfect vehicle to host this event as the technology is designed to create energy and time savings for a more sustainable cellar management system. The ethos of this solution will come to life throughout the ‘Energy Well Spent Summit’.

“Although we don’t yet have all the answers, the Energy Well Spent Summit will aim to encourage the sharing of experiences and solutions while providing tangible support to help as many businesses as possible across our industry.”

Attendance for the Energy Well Spent Summit is free, but spaces are limited. Find out more and register your interest by visiting https://smartdispense.heineken.co.uk/energywellspentsummit/


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