Singapore Chefs’ Association bids to host Worldchefs Congress 2024
The Singapore Chefs’ Association has announced that they have submitted the bid to host the Worldchefs Congress 2024 in Singapore and will work closely with the Singapore Tourism Board on the bidding efforts.
The first Worldchefs Congress was attended by 65 delegates from 17 countries. It was there that August Escoffier was named honorary President. A hallmark tradition since its inception in 1928, Worldchefs Congress & Expo been organized in 38 cities to date.Today, Worldchefs Congress & Expo brings together a global body of hospitality professionals, representing 110 national chef associations from around the world.
Says Eric Neo, President of the Singapore Chefs’ Association, “Singapore hosted the 24th World Association of Chefs Societies Congress in 1990, and it was a landmark event. Singapore has built a stellar reputation for itself as a gastronomic destination and a food paradise. From authentic hawker dishes to Michelin star restaurants, we have much to offer the world of chefs.”
The Singapore Worldchefs Congress bid committee is led by President Eric Neo and includes Kong Kok Kiang (Vice President), Jasper Jek (Membership), Jenny Tan (Communications) and Elvin Chew (Special Projects).