Blog: Dave LeggettTI Automotive and Anton Mosimann

Dave Leggett | 16 April 2004

TI Automotive have invited me to a 'luncheon news briefing' next month. I can't make it, but I'm sending someone along. TI is launching a new family of electronic fuel pumps and claiming an 'industry first', so it could be an event worth attending from a news point of view. But what really got me was the venue: chef Anton Mosimann's dining club in London. It's a converted Presbyterian church built in 1830 in West Halkin Street (in London's Belgravia district). Lunchtime bites should be top drawer of course. To be frank, I'm not one for electronic fuel pumps even if they are industry firsts, but I rather fancied that gig.  


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