Industry leaders sign up for Gulf a la Carte
Abu Dhabi, August 15, 2011
Gulf a la Carte, the first trade exhibition in Abu Dhabi dedicated to those who create and manage restaurants, clubs and cafes, will take place from November 21 to 23.
Al Aqili Furnishings, a leading flooring specialist and interior solutions provider, and hospitality equipment supplier A. Ronai are the latest industry suppliers to join the exhibition which will be held at the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre, a statement said.
Held in partnership with Abu Dhabi Food Control Authority (Adfca), Gulf à la Carte will showcase the latest innovative solutions and trends for the food and beverage sector and will cover all aspects from design and fit out, to equipment, supplies, and, technology and management systems, it said.
“Business Monitor International forecasts a 67 per cent growth in the number of food service outlets in the UAE by 2013. This is an industry of continuing growth and the participation of industry leaders like Al Aqili Furnishings and A. Ronai at Gulf à la Carte demonstrates clearly that this is a sector that serious businesses cannot ignore,” said Maggie Moore, event director, Gulf a la Carte.
Having furnished and fitted some of the region’s most prestigious hospitality projects, Al Aqili Furnishings currently represents over 50 global brands that form the depth and breadth of an interior solutions portfolio of flooring, fabrics, lighting, wall covering, and furniture.
The Middle East home of leading international equipment brands, A. Ronai will take the opportunity at Gulf a la Carte, to showcase its range of uniforms both by its in-house designer, and, from Simon Jersey.
The company will also exhibit new ranges of tableware and bone china by Steelite, contemporary cutlery, flatware by Oneida, catering equipment by Burco and lighting solutions by Ambiflame, Flexilight and Glass & Co, it said.
The event will also feature sales and marketing Clinics for food and beverage businesses, and a lively set of round table discussions addressing key issues in the sector. – TradeArabia News Service
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