The Hospitality Show

The Hospitality Show

Standard Supplier 14th December 2010


There will be 11 Business Seminars in total, which will be staged during the three days of the show – aiming to give visitors the tools to succeed in an increasingly challenging market place. They will cover a range of issues including developing a new hotel, sustainability, legal guidance, tricks of the design trade, public relations and better business advice.
Some will be hosted by well-known figures from the hospitality, leisure and culinary worlds including Alex Polizzi, Channel Five’s Hotel Inspector and proprietor of Hotel Endsleigh who will discuss what makes a successful hotel and how to create one  (12.00-12.45 on 24th January). Robbie Bargh, world-renowned bar consultant and owner of gorgeousgroup, will provide his expertise on creating the perfect bar in another seminar (12.00-12.45 on 26th January). Silvena Rowe, celebrity chef and executive chef for the Baltic Restaurant Group and Shamil Thakrar, co-founder of self-styled Bombay café, Dishoom, will team up to discuss their industry success stories (14.00-14.45 on  26th January).
Toby Wand, Group Event Director at event organiser Fresh RM, said: “We are delighted to have secured such a strong line-up of people who have really made their mark in business and so will be able to provide professional input on a variety of issues for visitors.
“The seminars are dedicated to providing practical ways to improve and grow business with guidance from industry experts who will share their insight and experience on a variety of issues. This includes everything from running a successful hotel to growing a bar business and making bold, new business concepts work.”
Hospitality 2011, which is set to welcome a 12,000 strong audience, covers Food & Drink, Equipment, Interiors, Exteriors & Tableware plus Technology. More than 300 companies in food & drink, equipment, technology and interiors, exteriors & tableware will exhibit at the show.
Pre-registration for Hospitality 2011 is now open at, to register for free tickets. For up-to-date news on the show, you can follow Hospitality on Twitter or join the LinkedIn Group

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