The Restaurant Show?s business bootcamp
Exceptional speakers line up for the Restaurant Show’s business bootcamp
With the dining out market under increasing commercial and competitive pressure, with food and drink prices rising faster than inflation and the Olympic Games less than a year away, the need for UK foodservice owners and operators to realise a first-class dining experience and commercial operation; one which encourages customer loyalty and does not compromise on quality, professionalism, staff morale or profits, has never been more important.
New this year at The Restaurant Show, Business Bootcamp presented by Livebookings in association with Restaurant magazine, addresses these and more topical industry issues head on.? The comprehensive seminar programme features some of the biggest and most respected names in the restaurant and foodservice business who will offer commercial advice and share practical insights on how to stay ahead of competitors in a complex economic and regulatory climate.
The Restaurant Show and Livebookings bring together representatives from leading organisations such as Google, the British Hospitality Association, Action Against Hunger, Giraffe, Big Hospitality and PPL who will share invaluable advice and tips on effective marketing maximising social media, successful recruitment tactics and online restaurant trends. In a highlight series, William Drew, editor of Restaurant magazine, will be joined over the three-days by well-known industry guests including Fred Sireix (Galvin at Windows) on the art of service and Lars Peder Hedberg? who will talk about the World?s 50 Best Restaurants Global Trend Survey.
David Miller of Livebookings, our headline partner in the presentation of Business Bootcamp series, comments: ?Livebookings is proud to partner with The Restaurant Show in launching the inaugural Business Bootcamp.
?We are excited to bring a schedule of helpful and insightful seminars that restaurateurs can?t afford to miss.? The schedule covers a variety of topics such as marketing on the move, recruitment, eating out trends, daily deals and many more fascinating areas. Sessions will incorporate speakers from the likes of Google, Groupon, BHA, Restaurant Magazine, The Peach Network and S. Pellegrino World’s 50 Best Restaurants. Livebookings brings a wealth of experience from running the Livebookings Academy series, providing free marketing and business advice to restaurants.?
Adding to this, Rachel Quigley, Event Director of The Restaurant Show 2011 concludes: ?Working with Livebookings and our team at Restaurant magazine has resulted in an outstanding line up of commercial nous, experience and knowledge.? Having direct access to individuals of the calibre working with us throughout the Business Bootcamp programme is something everyone with a commercial interest in the foodservice and dining sector should make the most of.?
The Restaurant Show will be held from 10th ? 12th October 2011 at Earls Court 2 with extended opening hours to cater for busy schedules and rotas; Monday 10am ? 5pm, Tuesday 10am – 7pm and Wednesday 10am ? 5pm.? To find out why The Restaurant Show has cemented its position as the industry?s leading event attracting nearly 11,000 through its doors last year, log onto www.therestaurantshow.co.uk.? For further information please contact Rachel Quigley on 01293 ? 610 450.