Australia’s inaugural “lunch!” trade event
The upcoming “lunch!” is Australia’s first dedicated trade exhibition for the multi- billion dollar food-to-go market. Based on an award- winning UK exhibition, the concept is being launched in Sydney on 6-7 August 2012. The event will be held at the Royal Hall of Industries in Moore Park, Sydney. The “lunch!” anticipated to be run annually, altering between Melbourne and Sydney each year.
The Exhibition’s director, Richard Wright said, “The food-to-go market is constantly expanding here in Australia. Support for the inaugural show has been really promising. As consumers demand increasingly high standards and more menu options, the industry is only going to evolve and improve, and that’s demonstrated through our range of exhibitors and the special events taking place at the show over the two days.”
Open to visitors from the foodservice, hospitality and food retail industries, “lunch!” will showcase the innovations and fresh ideas of over 150 unique suppliers and will feature numerous events, in conjunction with the exhibit, aimed to assist food businesses to grow their businesses.
The events will include a series of free business seminars, an array of competitions, practical demonstrations, an innovations challenge and a hospitality franchising forum.
Visitors can register FREE via this link.
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