Hospitality Expo 2024 set to expand industry insight

The bigger than before event will take place at the RDS from 20-21 February

The mobile app which is available to all attendees allows you to plan meetings and access exhibitors

Prepare for the upcoming Hospitality Expo, set to take place at the RDS main hall and industries hall on February 20-21, 2024. This year’s event promises to be even bigger than before, offering a must-attend experience for food and beverage enthusiasts.

The expo is a renowned event in the culinary and beverage industry, catering to chefs, mixologists, restaurateurs, and food and drink enthusiasts alike.

Expert Insights and Inspirations: HEX24 will host three conference stages, including The Main Hospitality Stage, Tech & Innovation Stage, and Sustainability Stage. The line-up of presentations and panel discussions will include topics specific to the culinary and beverage industry, such as food trends, mixology innovations, and sustainable dining practices that are shaping the future of food and beverages. 

The Chef Demo Stage at the expo showcases renowned culinary experts and rising innovators transforming the food and beverage landscape. Uncover culinary trends, techniques, and inspirations to elevate your dining experiences.

Explore diverse networking opportunities with food and drink brands, tech innovators, sustainability specialists, and more at the expo. The mobile app, available to all attendees, allows you to plan meetings, access exhibitors, and discover the latest in culinary and beverage trends. Immerse yourself in innovations from AI-driven kitchens to sustainable dining practices.

 Francis McGinley, head of commercial, Hospitality Expo 2024, said: “We are excited to have an enjoyable & insightful event in store that promises to provide valuable knowledge and opportunities to Hospitality Business owners in Ireland.”

To book your free ticket, please visit: hospitalityexpo.ie 

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