Future Hospitality Summit (FHS)– the hybrid virtual conference developed to explore big ideas and tackle the challenges facing the hospitality industry, kicked off its comprehensive and carefully curated three-pillar program yesterday, 26thof October.
The final deadline for presenting the projects is Thursday 17th December 2020 by 1.59PM UTC.
The conversation, broadcasted worldwide, looked into the compelling topic of sustainability from a very specific perspective: how the luxury segment of the F&B and hospitality industry is working to improve environmental sustainability.
The immersive two-day conference experience will be packed with features that allow attendees to engage and interact with not only the live content on offer, but also with other attendees and guest speakers, as part of a comprehensive three-pillar program.
Abu Dhabi was ranked 22nd worldwide and 6th in Asia, in terms of destinations with the highest number of events, with events growing 68 percent.
World Association of Chefs’ Societies, the global network of chefs associations, held its first online meeting. The meeting was chaired by the association’s president, Thomas Gugler, and was attended by 150 online panelists from over 120 countries.
Attendees will be able to create their personalized schedules, choosing the sessions and activities they would like to attend either virtually or on- site.
In this webinar, AFNOR Middle East, in collaboration with Hospitality News, will discuss how to help the hospitality sector regain the trust of all stakeholders to adjust to the new normal.