For us at Food & Hospitality World (FHW) the new year always begins on an action packed note
For us at Food & Hospitality World (FHW) the new year always begins on an action packed note. The last couple of years have been rather eventful, achieving one milestone after another, steadily but surely. From a single show in Mumbai, to an additional one in Bengaluru and from then to Goa, the growth path of our trade show Food Hospitality World has been robust and resourceful across three cities, with plans to enter newer markets. Mumbai will welcome the 27th edition of the exhibition from January 21 to 23, 2016 at MMRDA Grounds, Bandra Kurla Complex.
Another noteworthy event at the show will be the The Great Indian Culinary Challenge (GICC) 2016, to be held across all the three days, which will be completing 10 years at FHW 2016 Mumbai. GICC, which is supported by the Western India Culinary Association (WICA), will see participation from around 150 chefs working with various leading hotels, restaurants and hotel management institutes. For those who believe that the work of a chef is both a combination of art and science, then this show brings to the fore this very premise. It’s pure passion at play, wherein accuracy and aroma work in rhythm.
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This year, FHW 2016 Mumbai will witness celebrity chefs Ajay Chopra and Ranveer Brar inaugurating the exhibition, post which the Hospitality Think Tank, a knowledge initiative focusing on ‘The Challenge of Sourcing International Food Products’ will be held. On the second day there will be the Hospitality Knowledge Exchange panel discussion wherein GMs from top hotels across the city would be speaking on the topic ‘India Hotel Development: Vision 2020′. The Power of Purchase panel discussion organised in association with the Hospitality Purchasing Managers’ Forum (HPMF), will witness some pertinent debates related to the purchasing world.
Our Cover Story for this pre-event special edition has an impressive line up of GMs from various regions of Maharashtra, articulating on the way forward, the mantra to stay ahead of the curve and their contribution to the society at large. From inclusive management to a rather holistic approach to revenue management, from being totally committed to the environment to that of taking customer feedback seriously, these men in command have their plans well chalked out for 2016.