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The Now & The Next: Steering change in FMCG & Hospitality
Our fourth ‘The Now & The Next’ sees us sit down to discuss the impact COVID-19 has had on the FMCG & Hospitality industry. As another industry that is totally disrupted in the current climate, we talk through initial response strategies, developing plans as the ‘lockdown’ begin to loosen, and hear from our panellists how they are looking to plan for the future. Peter Cowie (Top Banana) chairs our panel for another week, this time sitting with Melanie Mack, (Head of Digital: Bella Italia, Cafe Rouge, Belgo at Casual Dining Group), Cemal Ezel (Founder & CEO of Change Please, a social enterprise where homeless people can train up as Barristers and serve coffee’ and John Barham (Managing Director of ROAST, part of TIPi Group). Secure your place to view the live session by registering through the link below.

Jun 3, 2020 10:00 AM in London

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Melanie Mack
Head of Digital @Bella Italia, Cafe Rouge, Belgo at Casual Dining Group
Experienced digital marketing professional with performance marketing experience across paid, owned and social channels.
John Barham
Managing Director @ROAST (Part of TIPi Group)
As Managing Director of ROAST, John oversees the founding agency and digital performance arm of the TIPi Group. John joined ROAST in 2015 as Head of Paid Media. Since then, he has helped launch and grow each of the Paid Search, Paid Social, Display, Mobile, CRO and Analytics departments. Beginning his career in digital in 2008 as part of the search at STEAK, John worked across clients such as British Gas, John Lewis, Swiftcover, Virgin Holidays and the BBC. Previous to ROAST John managed the PPC, Paid Social, Display, Affiliates and Analytics departments as Head of Paid Media at 360i London, part of The Dentsu Aegis Network. During this time his responsibilities included development of each of these disciplines as well as establishing multichannel paid media expertise within the agency.
Cemal Ezel
CEO & Founder @Change Please, Serious Tissues and Coal Rooms
Cemal Ezel is the founder of Change Please a partnership with The Big Issue, and co founder of The Old Spike Roastery. Change Please trains people who are homeless as baristas and provides each person with a London Living Wage job, housing, a bank account and mental health support. www.changeplease.org Old Spike Roastery, is a coffee roastery, roasting speciality grade coffee for corporates, offices, coffee shops, events, and restaurants, we also train and provide housing for people who are homeless. www.oldspikeroastery.com In a previous incarnation I focused on property development, commodity trading, and sales. Now offering free mentoring for organisations in these spaces who are looking to make a significant difference.