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Great Hospitality Show 2017 T


he Great Hospitality Show is the place where the UK comes to network and do serious business, consistently attracting high quality visitors and special guests from


the worlds of hotels, restaurants, pubs, cafés, delis and the cost sector. Te three-day show provides the chance to engage with over 250 innovative exhibitors from the core fields of food & drink, technology, catering equipment, interiors, tableware and careers, including 100 new suppliers. Te Great Hospitality show floor is the only place to find such a breadth of new ideas and inspiration, while giving visitors the chance to understand, experience and engage with hundreds of new products. Te UK’s largest exhibition for foodservice


and hospitality returns this January with a brand new name and a remit of celebrating greatness in our industry. Welcome to the Great Hospitality Show


(NEC Birmingham, 23rd – 25th January 2017). Tis time around, the show is strengthened by


a team of dedicated Ambassadors, representing the many facets of the industry-at-large. Sally Beck, GM of London’s Lancaster Hotel and a passionate champion of young talent in the industry, joins highly respected chef and bastion of kitchen skills Cyrus Todiwala OBE; Michelin-starred restaurateur, Andreas Antona and Mike Coldicott, director of kitchen design pioneers, Tricon. Each will be involved in events in and around the show throughout the three days. Now in its fourth rotation, the Great


Hospitality Show’s highly successful business mentor programme, put together by the team at GS Magazine, also returns to help show visitors with a host of challenges including: design & branding, menu development, PR & marketing, staff motivation, revenue management, technology, kitchen management, legal and skills and development. Te programme offers visitors completely FREE, bookable face-to-face business surgeries with some of the best in the business including,


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