The organisers of Restaurant & Bar Tech Live, the definitive restaurant, pub and bar event, have revealed their speaker line-up for their comeback show at London ExCeL on 9-10 November. The seminars take place alongside the event across three Keynote Theatres and offer trade attendees exceptional access to industry leaders and experts.
Excited to attend and have the opportunity again to speak face to face with industry operators and customers. Make sure to pop by our stand F12 for a chat if you’re going!
The two-day trade show is expected to attract over 15,000 visitors and decision makers from many of the country’s biggest pub groups and restaurant chains, hotels, contract caterers, and independent operators.
They have announced some superb speakers for this two day event and we have selected must-see speakers you must check out!
The award-winning trade show has announced the welcome return of industry leader;
Verity Foss, Oowee Vegan
An Insight to how Oowee survived the pandemic by channelling all their sales through delivery platforms and click and collect services. Oowee talks about their growth during the pandemic with opening two new London sites in Lockdown one and two, and how building a strong relationship with their delivery partners has enabled them to stay ahead of the game and open new doors.
Marc Brown, iiko
Join this seminar where iiko discusses how hospitality entrepreneurs that adopt Next-Gen tech and flex their operational mindset can significantly reduce friction, increase efficiency and improve financial resilience. Join Marc Brown, iiko UK MD, to learn how you can make the right tech choices and process adjustments to thrive and scale.
Dino Joannides, Bizimply
Our very own Dino is taking to the stage to join a panel on ‘engaging your employees – create a positive workplace community’. We all want our work environment to be a positive place, but getting there takes a big investment in time and money. Learn in this panel how engaging with your employees can create a positive workplace community.
Pierre Dutaret, Libeo
2022 is just around the corner, but what does it hold for the hospitality industry? Join our industry leaders as they predict which trends could be just a flash in the pan, and which innovations will change the way we work for a long time to come.
Joe Cripss, Trail – Access Hospitality
In 2014 Joe co-Founded Trail (trailapp.com), a simple app that guides teams through their day, step-by- step, from opening checks and food safety to cashing up. Digital checks replace paper logbooks, while reports and alerts give managers complete visibility across their business. When integrated with ePOS, rotas and other systems, Trail becomes the central operational hub for the entire organisation. It”s a completely new way of managing teams,changing the way food, drink and leisure businesses are run, from independent restaurants and coffee shops to high street brands like Leon, wagamama and Brewdog.
Joel Satchi, EMenuNow
The pandemic caused a knee-jerk reaction across the industry to adopt tech in order to solve a short-term problem, leaving many businesses with solutions that simply cost more than they are worth. With insights from industry experts, Joel reviews the market to determine what solutions will actually help you create better guest experiences, and sustainably increase profits in a post-pandemic world where guests demand more and spend more.
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