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Hospitality 2015


The Hospitality Show returns to NEC Birmingham this January (19th-21st) to celebrate the very best of British hospitality...


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ritain’s largest hospitality event of 2015 will showcase the newest business innovations, provide a platform for established and emerging companies to display their products and put more emphasis on the developing culinary world than ever before. This time around the core focus for the show is the ‘Best of British’ – a


launch pad for everything new and great in British hospitality. Focus areas include: hotels, restaurants, pubs, cafés, delis and the cost sector, with the show providing a showcase for cutting edge products and services from the core fields of food & drink, technology, catering equipment, interiors, tableware and careers. The show floor is the perfect place to network and do serious business, with the event


consistently attracting high quality exhibitors and special guests sourced from across the industry. GS Magazine has long been associated with The Hospitality Show, encouraging designers


and architects to participate in a variety of design schemes and bringing together the main stage programmes. Industry gurus, chefs and celebrities have graced the stage over the years, invariably making the stage and designer galleries the beating heart of the exhibition. This year, with a focus on British business development, the stage has been designed as an


informal space where speakers, designers and visitors are all in close proximity to enable them to interact. Four design and architectural practices will be on hand to discuss any design or building requirements. They will be in attendance throughout the duration of the show with their most recent work displayed on gallery walls that flank the seating arena. Speakers on the stage have all agreed to participate in audience Q&A sessions after their


presentations. This gives visitors an opportunity to talk with them directly within a intimate business environment. The programme has been created to provide as much business inspiration and know-how


as possible. Experts will be discussing everything from start-up finance, research and development, concepts, site finding, design, build, menu development, marketing, recruiting, managing, growing and trouble-shooting. These sessions will be interspersed with several interviews and panel discussions with people who have succeeded as operators in the hospitality industry and are best placed to offer advice and enlightenment. The following pages represent just some of the highlights that visitors can expect to see


while at the show. 32 GS Magazine


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