The UK’s largest exhibition for foodservice and hospitality returns this to Birmingham NEC on January 23-25.
Highlights include the business mentor programme which provides advice on menu development, PR & marketing, staff motivation, revenue management, technology, design & branding, kitchen management, legal and skills and development.
Sessions can be booked from Tuesday 3rd January by visiting www.hospitalityshow.co.uk with a number of ad hoc appointments kept by, which can be taken during the three days.
The event’s Business Briefing Stage is set to welcome a host of debates and discussions on topics, including Brexit, skills, apprenticeships, sustainability, careers, trends, branding, productivity and retention, revenue management, marketing, ground-breaking products and kitchen design.
The Brexit effect and skills shortage will also be up for debate with Great Hospitality Show Ambassador, Cyrus Todiwala, MBE, leading a panel of industry experts including, People 1st executive director, Martin-Christian Kent and chief executive of the Institute of Hospitality, Peter Ducker.
Simona Pop, head of partnerships and global communication at mobile procurement solution specialists, Instasupply, will be demonstrating the profit potential of employing integrated back-of-house technology, while Costa Coffee’s MD, Jason Cotta, will show visitors how his company maintains a loyal and hungry workforce of brand ambassadors.