Silvena RoweWednesday 14.00Alex PolizziMonday 12.00Shamil ThakrarWednesday 14.00Ufi IbrahimMonday 15.00Trevor GulliverMonday 14.0011:0012:0013:0014:0015:00Monday 24th JanuaryGet Some Free Legal AdviceAn 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. Chaired by Mark Lewis, editor of the Caterer & Hotelkeeper.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.James Dilley of Jestico+Whiles speaks about the unique architecture and design of London's first W Hotel, in Leicester Square. Panel discussion followed by unique opportunity to book a private appointment at the show with the Mentor of your choice. Maureen Mills of Network London 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.Joy Kirk of Fox Linton Associates will provide a visual presentation of Coworth Park, one of the most environmentally-sound large hotel projects in the UK to date.Wednesday 26th JanuaryBetter BusinessCreating the perfect bar, restaurant or cafeBusiness MentorsSuccess StoriesGood Business by DesignIntroduced 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 and restaurant concepts across the globe. Founder Robbie Bargh provides tips and advice on how to create the perfect business venue.Panel discussion followed by unique opportunity to book a private appointment at the show with the Mentor of your choice. Meet three entrepreneurs who have driven their businesses through the recession. A panel discussion with celebrity chef, Silvena Rowe, restaurateur Shamil Thakrar and Ed Turner of Geronimo Inns.Architect and designer, Adam Zombory-Moldovan of ZMMA, reveals how to improve business turnover by making small design changes.(Stand 910)
Whether you're job searching or looking to get career advice, then this is the section of the show for you!Exhibiting companies include:. Catering Support Regiment . Compass. Côte Restaurants . Hotel & Leisure Recruitment. Reception AcademyHospitality 2011 is the perfect place to network, entertain clients, reward colleagues, and share knowledge. Here's the event calendar around this year's show:The Catering Equipment Networking Dinner in association with CESA/CEDA & FCSIPavilion Suite Foyer, Hilton Birmingham Metropole from 19.00 Tuesday 25th January CEDA Regional Meeting FCSI Branch Meeting and Panel DebateTuesday 25th January Tuesday 25th January10.30 Concourse Suite 19 14.00 Concourse Suite 20Networking BarEnjoy a drink at the Networking Bar from 3pm each day at Live Theatre.Supported byIn association withHospitality Action is our charity partner for 2011 - you will see we're collecting for this worthy cause at various points around the show. As the Hospitality Industry Benevolent Organisation, it offers vital assistance to all who work, or have worked within hospitality in the UK and who find themselves in crisis. We support people suffering from life altering illnesses, experiencing poverty, bereavement and domestic violence as well as supporting families with sick and disabled children. Visit www.hospitalityaction.org.uk for more information.