If you are in the UK hospitality business there is a show you don’t want to miss. The Restaurant Show encompasses The Bar and Pub Show, Conscious Hospitality Show and The Catering Equipment Show rolled into one venue between the 2 and 4th of October 2017.
The Restaurant Show UK is the show if you are in hospitality
The Restaurant Show is the main hospitality show for anyone that owns or operates operating a restaurant, gastro pub, hotel, cafe and coffee shop across the UK.
Surrounded by over 450 exhibitors The Restaurant Show, Olympia is celebrating its 29th successful year and it is clearly the place to be if you are in any way part of the hospitality sector.
Every year the show delivers the best of the business via live stage events, National competitions, inspiring workshops, lively debates and seminars, masterclass demonstrations, business insights and hospitality knowledge experts, demonstrations, restaurant funding and future trend analysis.
Networking amongst like minded business owners is invaluable for your business success. You can find out what has worked for others, how they’ve used social media marketing to grow their restaurant or pub, find out how they were able to raise the funding required for their business growth and discuss other insightful business matters.
All exhibitors, show speakers and like minded delegates are there to promote the hospitality industry and help others. The exhibitors are widespread across the food and drink sector including other areas such as kitchen equipment, EPoS technology, workwear, alternative business funding, marketing and more.
The Bar and Pub Expo offers a unique hub of experienced hosts keen to engage with visitors and provide a knowledge base and networking opportunities. These are specifically targeted for the pub and bar sector so it’s a must if you are looking to grow and capitalise on your business within this sector.
There is also an IWC Discovery Tasting Zone an ideal place to seek out undiscovered producers whose interesting and unique wines will add something different to your wine list.
The show will also host The National Chef of the Year competition and offers the greatest stage for this prestigious title. The competition is based on a combination of public votes and an experienced judging panel.
— David Mulcahy (@MulcahyDavid) July 22, 2017
Brian Turner a British celebrity chef who has featured on many cooking shows across the BBC said ‘Everything is gathered together under one roof here, it’s worth a day if not three days of your life to invest in coming to this show’.