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services exhibitions The Hospitality ShoW Want to connect with thousands of fellow professionals who can help take your business to the next level? Get yourself to Birmingham in January! R oll up, roll up… The Hospitality Show 201 is 3 almost here! Yes, the UK’s largest foodservice and hospitality exhibition returns to Birmingham’s NEC in January (21st-23rd) for another instalment of unmissable professional advice, networking and product and service showcases. Over three days, more than 350 exhibitors – including over 100 present for the first time at the event – will meet thousands of visitors from across the UK and beyond in a highly business-focussed environment. This year sees the retention of previous shows’ most successful offerings and the introduction of plenty of new initiatives designed to assist hospitality professionals in every area of business. A team of dedicated, high-profile Business Mentors will be sharing their experiences and offering invaluable hints and tips on the brandnew Business Briefing Stage (and show-goers will have the chance to secure 30-minute one-toone briefing sessions with one of the mentors); meanwhile the new Design Inspiration Stage will host some prominent figures from the world of design, who will be discussing trends and developments from right across the sector. One of the highlights of the event will be the return of renowned culinary competition Salon Culinaire, offering live classes and incorporating The innovation zone at The Hospitality Show fine-dining restaurant La Parade de Chefs in which winning teams from each of the last three years will cook for diners over the three days of the exhibition. Mouth-watering treats and titbits are no doubt in store… Toby Wand, MD of event organiser Fresh Montgomery, explains why he thinks this event will prove invaluable for the hospitality trade this year: “The Hospitality Show focuses on the business of hospitality. Each element of the show will give visitors at least one good idea to take back to their business, whether it’s finding a new product to solve a problem, meeting a valuable new contact, or learning some valuable insight direct from a Business Mentor. With a new look, new halls, and a renewed focus The Hospitality Show will be the place to do business, source new product innovations and network with likeminded business professionals in 201 ”  3. MORE INFO The Hospitality Show takes place January 21st-23rd at the NEC Birmingham. Entry on the door costs £20 but visitors can register for a free ticket online in advance. For more information see the event website at or follow the event on Twitter: @HospShow THE HOTEL INSPECTOR 101 hosp show FINAL.indd 101 101 9/1/13 14:20:04

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of The Hotel Inspector 2013

Alex's welcome
News bulletin
Statement pieces
Series round up
Gym & Spas
Fine dining
Kitchen matters
Energy efficiency
Food management
Cooking equipment
Technology upgrade
App integration
Renewable energy
The Hospitality Show
Hospitality Technology Expo
Business supplies
Hotel management
Global clients
The 10 best hotels
AA interview
Hotels of the future

The Hotel Inspector 2013