Next week the first ever Restaurant Design show takes place at ExCeL London (27th and 28th September). This free to attend event has a whole host of exciting features that are guaranteed to inspire you.
You will have the opportunity to experience 50 different educational seminars, over 120 inspirational suppliers, as well as the newest trends, ideas, and advice. The speakers attending the show feature an all-star cast of award winning interior designers, architects, and hospitality professionals.
There are three different theatres available to all visitors of the show, and these are split into three different categories: Firstly, there’s the Project Planning Theatre, which will play host to seminars that cover a wide range of subjects, including how you can make your interior superior, and upcoming trends in restaurant design. You can see the full timetable here.
Secondly, the Design Inspiration Theatre will undeniably enthuse the designer within. Seminars cover subjects such as creating an atmosphere to remember, top 10 tips to making your customers come back for more, and five tips for a low-cost makeover. Details on all of this and more can be seen in the full timetable.
Finally, the Interior Architects Theatre will be hosting some of the hottest topics over the show’s two days, including on creating a fabulous fast food restaurant, and how you can get the wow factor with your commercial interior design. You can see the full schedule of the theatre here.
The show also runs alongside the Takeaway & Restaurant Innovation Expo and Restaurant Tech Live; your ticket will give you access to these events as well, offering you an insight into the restaurants of tomorrow and access to a further 200 industry changing suppliers, 120 more seminars from restaurant business experts, workshops, networking, and lots more.
So don’t forget to order your free ticket here and visit our website to find out more information on the event and what you can expect to see next month!
I look forward to catching up with you at the show!
James Williams, event director