Thursday, July 25, 2024

Lincolnshire Hospitality Trade Show makes history as exhibitor spaces sell out in record time

The inaugural Lincolnshire Hospitality Trade Show has set a remarkable precedent in the industry by selling out all available exhibition spaces for the county’s first and only B2B-focused hospitality event.

Organisers of the event, Globella and Stokes Tea and Coffee, are thrilled to announce this unprecedented success, marking a significant milestone in the region’s hospitality sector.

Scheduled to take place at the prestigious Harlaxton Manor on Wednesday 15 May 2024, the first-of-its-kind event is poised to revolutionise the way businesses in the hospitality industry connect, network, and thrive.

With a comprehensive lineup of over seventy exhibitors, speakers, and interactive sessions, the event promises to offer unparalleled opportunities for professionals to explore cutting-edge trends, forge valuable partnerships and discover innovative solutions to propel their businesses forward.

“We are ecstatic to witness such an overwhelming response to our inaugural event,” said Event Organiser, Hannah Tomlinson of Globella. “The fact that the exhibition spaces sold out in record time underscores the immense enthusiasm and anticipation within the industry for a platform that fosters growth, creativity, and excellence.

“We are extremely grateful for the tremendous support from exhibitors, sponsors, speakers, and attendees and cannot wait to open the doors next week to deliver an exceptional experience that exceeds all expectations.”

From culinary demonstrations from local eateries to leading suppliers presenting the latest innovations in hospitality technology and services, the Lincolnshire Hospitality Trade Show is set to be a dynamic hub of inspiration, education, and collaboration for all attendees.

For more information about the event and to book your tickets, please visit https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/lincolnshire-hospitality-trade-show-tickets-667722504987

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