The Restaurant Show to return to Olympia London this September

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The Restaurant Show to return to Olympia London this September

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The Restaurant Show, featuring Catering Equipment Expo, is set to return to Olympia London this September with a remit of helping the industry come back stronger than ever.

Hundreds of products are expected to light up the show floor as exhibitors from the worlds of food, drink, tableware, technology and equipment make their long-awaited return to live events.

The buzz of the show floor, with a wealth of exhibitors showcasing their latest and greatest products, will be complemented by a stellar line-up of free-to-attend live talks and events on the BigHospitality Live stage.

From sustainability to future trends, industry experts will be debating and discussing the most pressing issues of the day backed by the latest insight from Lumina Intelligence.

“The Restaurant Show has always brought the biggest and most exciting players in our industry together and in 2021 that’s no different. Whether you’re an operator out for the latest innovations, a budding chef looking for all the latest trends or a stakeholder with questions about the industry’s future, there’s something here for you," says Andrew Reed, managing director – Wine & Exhibitions, William Reed. 

“It’s such a privilege to be able to return to live events and it’s testament to this industry’s resilience that we can all now look forward to a positive future.”

The Restaurant Show, featuring Catering Equipment Expo is supported by BigHospitality, The Morning Advertiser​ and Lumina Intelligence, and is taking place between 27 – 29 September at Olympia London

To exhibit at the show or to discuss partnership opportunities, please contact Elizabeth Duncan for more information: Ryvmnorgu.qhapna@jeoz.pbz​  / 01293 610 228

Click here​ to register to attend.

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