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Food Hygiene MonitoringInstruments from Testo. Wireless temperaturemonitoring systems anddata loggers. NEW Cooking OilTester. NEW Foldingthermometers. Infrared non-contactthermometers. pH meters. Accessories. ISO/UKAS CalibrationFind out more at www.testodirect.co.ukor call 01420 566 841Visit Testo at Hospitality 2011 on Stand 576iHospitality Preview v1 vQ8_Layout 1 10/11/2010 19:56 Page 1Salon returns to Hospitality bigger and better than ever, with each of its three sections offering something new and different for chefs of all levels. La Parade des Chefs will promise unrivalled excitement, as well as sumptuous menus for you to enjoy. With the British national teams competing, the atmosphere's bound to be even more electric, with so much national pride at stake.Live Theatre, sponsored by Compass Group UK, sees the introduction of three brand new classes: Elior Apprentice Skills Challenge, Lexington Food Service Challenge and Vegan Dish Challenge sponsored by The Vegan Society, which aims to reward the popularity of vegan menus. Also new to the event is Schwartz Chef Flavour Pairing Challenge and Sodexo Chef of the Year. To raise awareness and demonstrate solutions to the ever-growing issue of preserving Visitors can look forward to witnessing 60 competition classes at the world renowned Salon Culinaire.fish stocks, Live Theatre will also showcase the Sustainable Fish Dish sponsored by M&J Seafood.Salon Display, also sponsored by Compass Group UK, hosts Junior and Senior programmes, and introduces exciting new classes such as Miniature Decorative Exhibit, Bread Display, Restaurant Plates Fish Course, Sculpted Novelty Cake and Pastillage Mask. Tables can be booked now at www.hospitalityshow.co.uk/laparadeRunning at the NEC Birmingham from January 24th-26th, Hospitality is the only UK event in the 2011 calendar appealing to a nationwide audience of senior hospitality and foodservice decision-makers and featuring over 300 exhibiting companies and thousands of new products."Hospitality's aim is to offer operators in all sectors practical help to make their business work harder and more efficiently at a time when conditions remain very challenging. You will be able to experience new products, network with industry contacts, source inventive ideas and pick up tips to improve your business performance," says Toby Wand, Group Event Director at Fresh RM.The show, which covers Food & Drink, Equipment, Interiors, Exteriors & Tableware plus Technology will be the UK's largest hospitality and foodservice event in 2011 and features a range of activity that will be of keen interest to operators of all levels, from every type of establishment. These attractions include: . Business Seminar Programme: Inspirational speakers, including the Hotel Inspector Alex Polizzi (below), will pass on their advice and experience on how to make businesses flourish, even in challenging times - see the next page for a full programme. Hospitality 2011 will soon be opening its doors at the NEC Birmingham. The larges tevent of its kind to run this year, it's your best opportunity to experience the lates tproduct innovations and culinary trends, and to get your year off to the right star t.This year's event will inspire you with ideas on how to grow your business and cop ewith the challenges of the economic downturn. . Business Mentoring Sessions: Get free advice in private sessions from our panel of respected operators. Your chance to get money-can't-buy advice from the experts. Just book your session at the show. . The CESA Innovation Zone: A new initiative from the Catering Equipment Suppliers Association (CESA), in conjunction with Hospitality, it will showcase everything that is new and exciting in catering equipment for the year ahead! With more catering equipment in the show as a whole than any comparable event and double the number of CESA members exhibiting than before, operators in the market for equipment need look no further. . Careers in Hospitality: Whatever your role, plan your next career move and get sound advice at this dedicated section of the show. Careers in Hospitality lines up a variety of operators and training providers including Compass, Cote Restaurants, and the Catering Support Regiment. See www.careersinhospitality.co.uk for more information. REgISTER foRfREE TICkETSwww.hospitalityshow.co.ukfor real time news follow us on Twitter at www.twitter.com/HospShow or join our Linkedin groupThe ultimatedestination event for chefs

11:0012:0013:0014:0015:00Monday 24th Januaryget Some free Legal Advice An interview with Alex PolizziBusiness MentorsBuilding & Developing a new hotelThe future of our IndustryNatalie Thomson, Richard Miller and Simon Bates from Harvey Ingram LLP present need-to-know issues and give free advice. Channel Five's Hotel Inspector lifts the lid on the show and explains what makes a good hotel and how to create one. Panel discussion followed by a unique opportunity to book a private appointment at the show with the Mentor of your choice. See below.Legend of the London restaurant scene Trevor Gulliver talks us through the process of creating his new 'icon', the St John Hotel. Ufi Ibrahim, new Chief Executive of the British Hospitality Association shares her thoughts on improving profitability, new jobs and government support. Tuesday 25th January20/20 SustainabilityMeet the designers behind Citizen MBusiness MentorsThe A-Z of good PRTricks of the design tradeTwenty ways to reduce costs and negative impacts to the environment for under £20 by Rebecca Hawkins of CESHI Ltd.John Whiles and James Dilley of Jestico & Whiles speak about the design of Citizen M - European Hotel of the Year. Plus a glimpse inside the new 'W' Hotel in London. Panel discussion followed by unique opportunity to book a private appointment at the show with the Mentor of your choice. See below.Maureen Mills of Network London, Nigel Massey of The Massey Partnership and Sarah Turner of Sleeping Lion discuss how essential PR has been during the economic downturn, as well as how best to stand out from the crowd.Rupert Martineau of Fox Linton Associates will provide a visual presentation of Coworth Park, one of the most the most environmentally-sound large hotel projects in the UK to date.Wednesday 26th JanuaryBetter Business Creating the Perfect BarBusiness MentorsSuccess StoriesIntroduced by Jason Freezer of VisitEngland, this panel discussion looks at the best free tools available to improve hospitality business performance. Panellists include Andrew Cole of Ramada Hotels. Gorgeous Group have created successful bar concepts across the globe. Founder Robbie Bargh provides tips and advice on how to maximise spend over the bar.Panel discussion followed by unique opportunity to book a private appointment at the show with the Mentor of your choice. See below.Three young entrepreneurs have opened new restaurants in the midst of the economic downturn. A panel discussion with chef Silvena Rowe and young restaurant entrepreneur Shamil Thakrar.Silvena RoweAlex PolizziThe Business Seminars will be hosted by well-known figures from the hospitality, leisure and culinary worlds including Alex Polizzi, Channel Five's Hotel Inspector and proprietor of Hotel Endsleigh who will discuss how to create a successful hotel;R obbie Bargh, world-renowned bar consultant and owner of Gorgeous Group, will provide his expertise on creating the perfect bar andS ilvena Rowe, celebrity chef and executive chef for the Baltic Restaurant Group ,plus Shamil Thakrar, co-founder of self-styled Bombay café, Dishoom, will team up to discuss their industry success stories .A series of free business seminars will be feature leading industry experts sharing their personal experiences and advice on being successful, stag edduring the three days of the show. These aim to give you the tools to succeed in an increasingly challenging market place and will cover a range ofissues including developing a new hotel, sustainability, legal guidance, tricks of the design trade, public relations and better business advice.Shamil ThakrarUfi IbrahimTrevor gulliverAffordable, quality catering thermometers Stand 775NEW Cold Storage Temperature Kitfridges, freezers, cold stores and cabinetsDigital ThermometerFood Simulator ProbePlug-to-plug connection leadTemperature Log BookSpecial Offer3 Cabinet Kit £1655 Cabinet Kit £19510 Cabinet Kit £295NEW Bluetooth Barcode ThermometerScan, store and download 1,000readings to PC, PDA, mobile phoneOnly £37501903 700651sales@tmelectronics.co.ukwww.tmelectronics.co.ukTM Electronics 1.2pg_TM Electronics 1.2pg 08/12/2010 13:0 Several award-winning operators - including restaurateur Andreas Antona, who runs Simpsons in Birmingham, Michael Magrane, GM at the Midland Hotel in Manchester, Steve La Bouchardiere of leading design consultancy designLSM , Paul Askew who runs Liverpool's Hope Hotel and the man behind multi-award winning C2 pub group Matt Jackson - will be among a panel of experts giving their time for free, providing you with essential advice in one-to-one sessions, bookable when you get to the show. Join them each day at 13.00 on the Business Seminar stage to hear about their business successes and career challenges. Each day a hosted panel session will be followed by the bookable one-to-one's, where you can make an appointment to pick the brains of your chosen mentor on your current challenge or dilemma. Sessions start at 13.00.Check www.hospitalityshow.co.uk/businessmentors for the full schedule and book your session with the Mentor of your choice when you get to the show.As the effects of recession continue to bite, the Hospitality Show will be doing its bit to help. Leadin gBusiness Mentors from the worlds of catering, hospitality and design are lined up for what promises tobe a stimulating series of interactive sessions all developed to provide real and practical advice.Andreas Antona, Chef Patron, Simpsons Birmingham MondayRestaurateur Andreas Antona built his reputation at the original Simpsons in Kenilworth, where he won a coveted Michelin star and was recognised as one of Britain's finest chefs. Having previously worked at the Ritz and the Dorchester in London, Andreas now runs what was recently voted 'Best Restaurant in Birmingham' and also finds time for work in his capacity as Governor of The Birmingham College of Food, Tourism and Creative Studies.Paul Askew, Executive Chef, London Carriage Works WednesdayDescribed as a "genial genius destined for the heights of Michelin" by The Times, Paul Askew has built London Carriage Works, where he is Executive Chef, into one of Liverpool's best restaurants. Key to its success is his insistence on high quality, seasonal and locally sourced products. Along with his second role as F&B director of the adjoining Hope Street Hotel, Paul also has a strong commitment to training and education, work as both NVQ Assessor and AAA national board member & examiner.John Benson-Smith, Consultant Executive Chef, Manchester City fC MondayJohn Benson-Smith is Consultant Executive Chef to Manchester City Football Club, whose stadium now has a highly successfu lcatering/dining and event programme. As one of Loyd Grossman's UK leading chefs involved in the on-going fight to improve food in the NHS John was chosen by Tony Blair as one of only six leading chefs on the Better Hospital Food Initiative and he continues topioneer and implement successful change within larger organizations working with stadiums, prisons, hospitals and train companies.Daniel galmiche, Executive Head Chef, The Vineyard at Stockcross MondayDaniel's career has taken him all over the world. Having worked at Le Gavroche under the tutelage of Michel Roux. Daniel has he ldresponsible posts in Portugal, Singapore and Scotland (awarded Master Chef of the Year in Scotland gaining a Michelin Star). He als oachieved the prestigious award of a Michelin Star at Harvey's in Bristol, where he was Chef/Manager, he maintained the coveted Michel inStar at L'Ortolan near Reading, and also regained a Michelin Star at the magnificent Cliveden House in Berkshire.Matt Jackson, founder of C2 group & Managing Director of the Lancaster Brewery TuesdayMatt Jackson is the founder of the C2 group which operates Lancaster Brewery and four award-winning hotels and pubs in and around Morecambe Bay, Lancashire. The company's outlets have been honoured many times for the quality of their offering by national, regional and industry bodies. Jackson, who has worked in the industry since 1994, was also named 'Best Individual' at the Morning Advertiser's 150 club awards for the country's top multiple-managed operators. Free business seminars to inspire your successAdvertorialFeatureDespite the challenging economic conditions hotel technology continues to evolve at a rapid pace. Hotel IT professionals are demanding that their technology not only solves business problems, but delivers real business value, and at the same time they are looking to benefit from converging and integrating multiple technologies. Marc Budie, technology director at Quadriga explains the driving forces behind these changes and how the company is working with hotels to meet these needs.Connectivity, integration and IPTV The need for hotels to provide a robust and reliable internet connection for both guests and walk-in customers is critical, especially as it is a key determinant of guest satisfaction. With an ever-increasing demand for bandwidth hotels need a flexible internet service. Our investment in this area has resulted in a flexible solution that includes tiered bandwidth services, enabling hoteliers to provide differentiated internet access based on different bandwidth speeds and time, with commercial viability as well as the ability to support multiple hardware vendors. The convergence of services over a single network is a growing requirement as hotels seek to run multiple services and applications over one network to .drive business efficiency, by optimising existing solutions and minimising costs. As the whole of Europe gradually moves to full digital TV, customers increasingly seek advice on how to navigate through the myriad of channel selections and encryption requirements - driven by the need to provide their guests with a home-from-home TV channel choice combined with a superb digital quality TV experience. At Quadriga we specialise in seamlessly integrating all of these technologies; internet, network requirements and IPTV, into our Sensiq and Genesis solutions. With over 120,000 guest rooms across Europe providing wired and Wifi solutions over coax and cat 5/6/7 networks, IPTV installed in multiple hotels across Europe and network consultancy and advice core to our offer, Quadriga responds consistently to hotels' evolving requirements in these areas. Specific competencies include: . Multiple network support including coax, cat 2/3/5/6/7 and fibre - and consultancy related to network convergence and optimisation. Supporting multiple network environments. Advising on network standards and security issues. Providing robust and flexible internet solutions to meet evolving connectivity requirements. Designing appropriate IPTV solutions to meet the needs of different guest profiles. Maintaining and supporting TV equipment guest communications Layered on top of this, Quadriga's guest communications platform, Sensiq, opens up valuable commercial opportunities for hotels, where a hotel can create its own unique information and entertainment portal. They can also use the TV to promote and drive sales of hotel facilities and services, drive additional business value through increased brand awareness and loyalty as well as drive down costs. Customers have access to a whole host of tools, such as dedicated prime spot menu options, promotional tickers, advertising pages and multimedia opportunities, to personalise the solution to reflect their individual needs.Quadriga, your trusted partner We work in partnership with our customers to provide a single solution from one source providing everything from network design, internet connectivity, IPTV and the provision of a fully customised guest communications solution via the TV and laptop. Throughout Quadriga's 25-year heritage, we have continued to deliver solutions that not only evolve with the rapidly changing technology needs of our hotel customers and their guests, but deliver real business value, offering new ways to generate revenues, reduce costs, promote brand values and drive guest satisfaction, providing the single answer to hotel and guest communications needs. Visit us in the Hostec section of Hospitality 2011 on stand 346 or visit our website www.quadriga.comRegister for your free tickets at www.hospitalityshow.co.ukSee the full daily programme at www.hospitalityshow.co.uk