Specifi has allowed vNext exhibitors a sneak peek of its upgraded platform for tomorrow’s virtual event.
The second online trade show from the design and specification specialist sees a refreshed interface, with the exhibit hall depicted visually on five levels.
During tomorrow’s vNext, taking place between 10am and 2pm, visitors will be able to click on exhibitors’ pods, with 25 taking part.
A new video chat feature allows guests to talk live to exhibitors at any time during the event, as well as a text chat capability and the ability to book meetings in 15 minute slots.
Exhibitors comprise: Afinox, Alto Shaam, BGL Rieber, EFCEM, ENSE, Falcon Foodservice Equipment, FER Magazine, Grande Cuisine, Hospitality Action, ITP ProMedia (Catering Insight and Foodservice Equipment Journal), Knorr Professional, Liebherr, Meiko UK, Precision Refrigeration, Rexmartins, Specifi For Dealers & Designers, Specifi for Manufacturers, Sterling Pro, Synergy Grill, The Caterer, The Staff Canteen, Valentine, Varimixer, Victor Manufacturing, and Williams Refrigeration.
Nearly 600 attendees are already registered for the event, which will also include interactive sessions with Peter McAllister, MD of Falcon Foodservice Equipment; Kate Nicholls, CEO of UK Hospitality; Kris Hall, founder, Burnt Chef Project; and Lisa Jenkins, managing editor of The Caterer.
In addition, well-known chefs Daniel Clifford, Michael Wignall, Shaun Rankin and Sally Abé will be doing video demonstrations, courtesy of The Staff Canteen.
The vNext virtual event is free to attend for chefs, equipment dealers, consultants, designers, operators, manufacturers and anyone interested in the foodservice industry.
One attendee will also win an all-expenses paid weekend trip to Venice, Italy, complete with airfare, hotel and food.