The Hospitality Leaders Summit takes place next week, with the industry gearing up to reunite once again in Sydney, so make sure you don’t miss out.
Hospitality professionals will take the stage on Monday 23 May at the Australian National Maritime Museum across a range of panels, Q&As and presentations.
The day will be hosted by MCs Tawnya Bahr and Anna Pavoni and commence with a keynote presentation from sustainability expert Dianne McGrath, who will deliver valuable information and tips on how businesses can reduce their environmental impact through food waste measures and more.
The past two years has seen a raft of innovative venues open in the city, with those that offer multiple experiences to consumers resonating with the public in a big way.
Matt Swieboda (Fabbrica); Illa Kim (Soul Deli); Joanne Sproule (Public Hospitality) and Justin Newton (Hinchcliff House) will cover the topic and share the most successful initiatives that have led their businesses to survive and thrive.
From pasta packs to pop-up bakeries, micro bars and take-home meals, there’s plenty to cover.
Sydney is fast coming back to life, with the NSW Government working with venues to welcome back patrons to the city once again.
24-Hour Economy Commissioner Michael Rodrigues will join Solotel CEO Elliot Solomon in a Q&A session that will cover government incentives venues utilise as well the experiences one of the largest hospitality groups in the country is curating.
A trends panel with representatives from Australian Venue Co., Fishbowl, Biopak and Maybe Sammy will cover some of the sector’s most pressing issues including staffing, recruitment, expansion, sustainability and liquor sales, with Euda‘s Scott Bidmead presenting a workshop on wellness in the workplace.
The summit will also host panels on social media, marketing and photography; domestic tourism (Urban List); how to make tech and ordering platforms (Uber Eats, Butter, Order Up, TheFork) work for you and tips to tackle the staffing shortage (Hastings People).
Don’t miss your chance to hear from more than 20 speakers across the full-day conference which is returning for the first time since 2019.