by BFFF
Nov 24th, 2021
3 mins
BFFF

Earlier in the month the Young Leaders Forum (YLF) met in London for their second in-person meeting, where they were joined by Steve Challouma, General Manager UK & Ireland for Nomad Foods and the BFFF’s Vice Chair, and Richard Harrow, BFFF CEO.

The group were joined by Steve and Richard following a decision made by the BFFF Board to review the federations strategy. The board felt that it would be valuable to get some fresh thinking and input from the YLF on how they could develop the strategic pillars and decide on the BFFF’s priorities.

The group had a successful meeting with some great discussions taking place when looking at what’s working, what’s not working yet, what’s missing and what’s possible. There were a lot of positives to come out of the session and also some really good ideas for areas for the BFFF to work on and expand into.

Thank you to Steve and Richard for taking the time to join our meeting and to those members of the YLF who took part in the session.

 

Interested in joining the Young Leaders Forum?

The BFFF are looking for passionate young individuals to join an established group of 15 like-minded members. The group holds six meetings a year, which are a mix of virtual and face-to-face meetings/site visits.

If you are interested in being part of this group, please contact Holly (hollyjones@bfff.co.uk) and Harry (harryhinks@bfff.co.uk) for more information.

 

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