Discover what's on at HRC 2023
HRC is the destination to experience product innovation, for three days all visitors will have the chance to meet and reconnect with over 1500 suppliers from across food & drink, professional catering equipment, design & decor & hospitality tech to discover, taste and test the latest products created specifically for hotels, restaurant & catering professionals.
We also have incredible features to explore, watch and take part in, from hosting the UK's most prestigious cooking competition - International Salon Culinaire, to welcoming the UK's top chefs and culinary experts to cook up a storm on The Staff Canteen Live. Plus, we have the Vision Stage and the Tech X stage where you will see renowned speakers discuss the latest trending topics set to impact our industry for 2023 onwards.
We have over 1500 suppliers across the hospitality & foodservice sector for you to browse so take a look of our Exhibitor List to help you plan your visit to HRC. From taste bud tingling food & drink, to cutting-edge technology, and from innovative kitchen equipment to inspiring design & décor, we have everything you need to drive your business forward. View the full Exhibitor List here.
We have five specially curated areas within the show to allow you to easily navigate your way around and find the solutions you are looking for. We have sourced the best products on the market to place directly in front of you so expect to find the latest suppliers who can help save your business time and money. View our show sections here.
At HRC 2023, 1,500 supplies will be showcasing 1000’s of products and business solutions across 5 show sections covering the entire hospitality and foodservice industries. Discover brand new products across foodservice, professional kitchen, hospitality tech, design and décor and on-trade.
The Vision Stage is the go-to destination to get educated on the latest trends and all-important issues impacting the hospitality and foodservice sectors. Hear from leading key-note speakers from across all areas of our dynamic industry. Expect to watch inspiring presentations, thought-provoking panel discussions and engaging Q&As all with the definitive aim of providing valuable insights and ideas to drive your hospitality or foodservice business forward.
Better Hospitality Conference
The 2022 Better Hospitality Conference brought together some of the brightest minds in the food industry for talks, interactive workshops and networking. Covering four key themes (sustainability, people, resilience and health) the conference offers discussion forums, practical tips and inspiration to help hospitality businesses operate better for all stakeholders.
Run by sustainable purchasing platform, Tried & Supplied in partnership with the Sustainable Restaurant Association, speakers are drawn from a wide range of different perspectives from chefs to farmers to restaurant tech experts and people directors.
The Staff Canteen Live
Wherever The Staff Canteen Live goes, so do the UK's most talented chefs! For three days expect to see the UK's most influential chefs join us to cook and discuss their latest culinary creations live on The Staff Canteen Live stage. In 2022 we had Head Chef of The Grill at The Dorchester, Tom Booton; Tony Parkin, Head Chef of Michelin-starred Tony Parkin at the Tudor Room; Sally Abé, Consultant Chef at The Pem; Oli Williamson, Head Chef, The Fat Duck and Tom Kerridge, Chef and multi restaurant owner. Learn more about The Staff Canteen Live Stage here.
International Salon Culinaire
International Salon Culinaire has continued to be regarded as one of the world’s top competitions for chefs for over a century. The competitions have been a platform for chefs of all levels from the talented young chefs training at college, to those who are well established and firmly on their culinary career journey. Salon Culinaire offers the industry a platform to highlight the fantastic and exciting gastronomic skills that the hospitality industry has to offer. Find out more about the competition and learn how you can take part visit the Salon Culinaire website here.
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The Pub Show
For 2023 we will once again join forces with PUB23 to bring together the most-loved features of The Pub Show to HRC including The Taproom. We will also have a dedicated PUB22 area which will host a curated selection of suppliers for the on trade.
In 2023 we will be co-located with International Food & Drink Event (IFE), IFE Manufacturing and London Produce Show to bring together a wider collection of food, drink and manufacturing and product development suppliers to discover and source new products for your business. Across the three days in March, between the four shows we will welcome 1,500+ suppliers and 30,000+ visitors to reconnect and do business.
Hospitality's Talent Conundrum
In 2022 Hospitality Jobs UK in partnership with HRC & PUB22 brought you Hospitality's Talent Conundrum which took place at the show on 22 March 2022 in the North Gallery Rooms.
Hear from a range of speakers about what they are doing differently to tackle the single biggest issue facing the industry and that’s Attracting, Retaining and Developing its people. Find out more here.
Tech Solutions Bar, presented by HOSPA
Dedicated to supporting hospitality operators with their technology pain points, the Tech Solutions Bar presented by HOSPA provides expert and objective advice from specialists in the industry. From PMS software to loyalty management, touch-free to payment processing, the Tech Solutions Bar is here to help.
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