Minister Ring to open Hospitality Expo

Michael Ring TD, Minister of State at the Department of Transport, Tourism & Sport, will officially open Hospitality Expo at the RDS on Tuesday 4th February.

The opening ceremony takes place at 10.30am prior to the first plenary session of the Hospitality Summit which sits each morning and afternoon of the event featuring companies such as Google and Trip Advisor, Trivago, The Digital Marketing Institute, Book Assist and to tell you about the technology, digital marketing and online reviews that now shape the fortunes of hotels, restaurants and pubs throughout the world.

You can benefit from free presentations by industry leaders like Dalata Hotel Group (Maldron), Jurys Inn, CBRE and talking about Business Strategy, Capital Values and Achieving Profitability as well as Staff Motivation and Retention.

The topics covered include:  

  • Technology       
  • Business Strategy    
  • Delivering Innovation     
  • Service & Skills

With over 120 trade stands, up to 30 Food and Wine Exhibitors in Chef Ireland and a further 30 top brands in the Stonehouse Trade Show, Hospitality Expo is the largest trade show in six years. It also provides managers and proprietors in the Irish hospitality sector with an opportunity to:   

Review Your Business Plan for 2014      
Discuss business Issues with the experts in the Business Advice Centre        
Talk to dozens of Irish food, wine and beverage suppliers        
Harness digital marketing, social media and online reviews        
Find new ideas in furniture, décor and refurbishment     
Talk to entertainment professionals        
Reduce energy, water and waste costs        
Learn about staff training, recruitment and retention.

Visit Hospitality Expo to help ensure you’re in a position to ‘Plan For Profit’ in the year ahead.

Register here for free admission.

For the chance to exhibit contact Deirdre Quinn on 01-4055547 or e-mail

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