The Articles of Associations of the 46-year-old association were refreshed and the new By-laws passed at its most recent general meeting.
At the same meeting David Barbier, President of CNET, presented highlights of 2021 activities and as well as setting out the association’s financial position. He also added updates about the actions that the board had taken to develop the association post COVID. This included renewing its relationships with AFNOR/ISO, French institutions, EUATC and other education and technology partners. The General Secretary, Annelise Jost, shared her experience of the meeting she had attended with other EUATC members at its Spring GM in Portugal.
Two new CNET Board members were elected, with a current Board of eight people.
Annual conference to return
The CNET will be continuing with bi-monthly themed video-conference meetings and is planning to revive its annual Conference back in the Summer of 2023.
Meanwhile, CNET will be capitalising on the country’s love of good food and is planning another half-yearly physical member meeting over a lunch, but, as yet, has not decided whether it will be held in Lyon or Paris.
Editor’s note: perhaps the association is awaiting the publication of the 2022 Michelin Guide before choosing the restaurant.