From enhancing skills to boosting productivity to saving money, attending KFE’s free open day will equip you with new ideas to elevate your business. Book your space today!
Taking place this Sunday (17th September) at KFE’s state-of-the-art School of Frying Excellence in Market Deeping, Peterborough, experience the benefits of high efficiency technology by taking a test fry on the latest Kiremko range.
Save, save, save!
In today’s climate, saving on energy costs is crucial. Discover how Kiremko’s high efficiency technology can lower your gas bills, and hear from operators who have successfully obtained carbon grants from their local councils after investing in a high efficiency Kiremko range.
Join KFE’s award-winning trainers and former National Fish & Chip Shop of the Year winners Gordon Hillan and Mark Petrou for live demonstrations and upskilling sessions. If you’ve entered the 2024 awards, this is the perfect opportunity to ask questions, find out about their journey and pick up useful hints and tips to help you through the competition process.
And there’s more…
- Get ahead and grow your business with a host of demonstrations showcasing new skills and best practice.
- Tower Leasing, KFE’s finance partner, will help you figure out how to finance a new frying range, even calculating how many extra portions of fish and chips you need to sell to pay for it!
- Meet other shop owners and find out about the latest products from leading suppliers including BD Signs, Drywite, Friars Pride, Middleton Foods and Kerry Ingredients.
- Free fish and chips plus a goody bag to take away!
Reserve your free place now! Contact KFE on 01778 380 448 or e-mail email@example.com
Date: Sunday 17th September Time: 10am-3pm Location: KFE, Unit A-B, Bentley Business Park, Blenheim Way, Market Deeping, Peterborough PE6 8LD
Get a taster for KFE’s open day in its video here: https://youtu.be/QxnxoxEL_0I?si=tgF7BtuNm9-Z4Nqm
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