Bake-Off

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Bake-Off

A situation in which two or more investment banks compete to attract a client's business. For example, two banks may offer presentations to entice a client to use one (and not the other) as the broker in a merger or acquisition.
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"The annual Bakpro Celebrity Bakeoff competition has become a highlight on the Bakpro calendar, becoming bigger and better each year.
Hampton Manor hotel near Solihull has teamed up with the BBC's bakeoff winner Edd Kimber (aka The Boy Who Bakes) to create a contemporary afternoon tea.
All these products will be available either as premixes for craft bakers or frozen part-baked for in-store bakeries, foodservice and for bakeoff in retail outlets.
The freshness that customers have come to expect at bakeries is increasingly being delivered over great distances in the form of bakeoff products.
Delice de France has added six new French speciality breads to its range, in a variety of sizes for restaurant baskets or takeaway bags at the bakeoff counter.
The company is also promoting their revised C'est Magnifique bakeoff concept.