Registration open for industry trade shows

By The Morning Advertiser

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Action call: visitors have been urged to register for the events now (image: Getty/10'000 Hours)
Action call: visitors have been urged to register for the events now (image: Getty/10'000 Hours)

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The Big Hospitality Expo and Low2NoBev are both now open for guests to register for entry now.

Both shows are running from Monday 26 to Wednesday 28 September at Olympia London and will also feature Catering Equipment Expo.

Low2NoBev will showcase innovate products alongside a raft of insight and discussion, offering essential listening for visitors on the hunt for the latest tips, tricks and trends from this emerging market.

Visitors will see big names such as Asahi, Britvic and Lucky Saint exhibiting as well as category pioneers such as Big Drop Brewing, Caleno, Days Brewing, Freestar, Lyres, Small Beer Brew Co and Thomson & Scott.

New opportunities

Marketing director Julie Adlington said: “When we launched Low2NoBev last year, we knew it could provide a range of new opportunities to businesses throughout the industry.

“A phenomenal response from owners, operators and stakeholders reinforced that belief and has allowed us to enhance and develop the show in 2022 to become the ultimate event for a new era in drinks. I would urge anyone with a stake in the market to register for their free badge today.”

The Big Hospitality Expo has inherited a 30-year legacy from The Restaurant Show, which is set to remain a key sector of the revised event.

It will champion the outstanding products, people, insight and innovation of the food and drink industry.

Exclusive insight

UKHospitality chief executive Kate Nicholls said: “It’s really important for operators to take time out of their business to come to the show, you get to see all the new products and a lot of innovation going on.”

The show will offer an exclusive insight into the future of the sector and will feature firms such as Uber Eats, OrderPay, me&u, Fentimans, Open Table, Deliverect, Mr Yum and Reputation exhibiting alongside a number of new product launches.

Julie Adlington added: “Between staffing issues, inflation and the cost-of-living crisis, our sector continues to face challenges.

“But by building on the fantastic heritage of The Restaurant Show and combining the expertise of Big Hospitality​, The Morning Advertiser​, MCA​, Lumina Intelligence and World’s 50 Best, The Big Hospitality Expo is in a unique position to help the industry tackle these communal problems, share expertise and look to a prosperous future.”

Register for your free badges for Low2NoBev here​ and The Big Hospitality Expo here​.

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