Kitchen ‘ambassadors’ unveiled as registration opens for Great Hospitality Show

Great Hospitality Show

Registration for The Great Hospitality Show, the UK’s largest exhibition for foodservice and hospitality in 2017, has officially opened.

The show will return to Birmingham’s NEC on 23-25 January and can be registered for here.

The show says it has been strengthened by a team of dedicated ambassadors, selected to represent the facets of the show and industry.

Confirmed so far are highly respected chef and champion of kitchen skills, Cyrus Todiwala OBE; Michelin restaurateur and godfather of modern midlands cooking, Andreas Antona and Mike Coldicott, director of kitchen design pioneers, Tricon.

The Mentor Programme returns of help visitors overcome various business challenges. Now in its fourth rotation, the programme will see some of the most respected names in the industry offering visitors free, bookable face-to-face business surgeries.

This time around sessions will be split by specific topics, including, amongst others: ‘Menu Development’, ‘Marketing’, ‘Skills’ and ‘HR’, with expert mentors in each field on-hand to offer help.

Key attractions such as the Business Briefing Stage will aim to insight debate and discussion on the most relevant topics and trends. Exhibitors from the core fields of food & drink, technology, catering equipment, interiors, tableware and careers will be on hand throughout the three days to showcase the brightest new innovations and services.

Toby Wand, managing director of Fresh Montgomery, commented: “In 2017 we have compiled a programme of speakers, mentors, ambassadors and suppliers that have the experience, expertise, and innovative products to guide visitors through into the new business year.”

Great Hospitality Show ambassador, Cyrus Todiwala, added: “The Great Hospitality Show is a unique opportunity for everyone involved to get inspired, learn from one another and take something genuinely new back to their places of work.”

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