The 12th edition of HORECA Kuwait, the country’s leading hospitality and foodservice trade show, is set to take place from January 15-17, 2024. We reveal why it’s an event not to be missed by professionals who are eager to network, do business and discover the latest products and services.
HORECA Kuwait will, once again, welcome thousands of trade visitors when it returns to Kuwait International Fairground in January. Like every year, the renowned hospitality and foodservice event will bring together leading companies, start-ups and service providers to showcase their products and technologies. In addition to regional producers, there will be a number of international pavilions.
“For over a decade, HORECA Kuwait has supported the evolution of Kuwait’s hospitality and F&B landscape, encouraging companies to actively engage with buyers and top decision makers,” said Mohamad Najia, executive director of Leader’s Group for Consulting and Development, the event organizer.
To complement the exhibition area, a number of live competitions and panel discussions will be held during the three-day exhibition, namely the Hospitality Salon Culinaire, Annual Hospitality Forum and the Bed Making Competition.
Joumana Dammous-Salame, managing director of Hospitality Services and HORECA brand owner, said: “HORECA Kuwait is always successful in gathering together leaders, entrepreneurs, restaurateurs and other industry professionals. The fact that exhibitors return year after year is proof that the exhibition is a valuable industry platform and an important meeting place.”
Nabila Al Anjari, general manager of Leaders Group, repeated the importance of HORECA as a meeting place and a celebration of the boldest and brightest figures in Kuwait’s hospitality scene. “We are looking forward to welcoming everyone back to this very special event and to having some very interesting discussions, especially at HORECA Talks.”
The nation’s chefs, hospitality professionals and students will be showcasing their talents at the Hospitality Salon Culinaire. Indeed, more than 150 chefs will be putting their skills to the test in a number of live cooking and display challenges.