Local | Welcome to Food & Meetings February 3

By on December 16, 2015

On 3 February 2016 culinary trade show Food & Meetings held on Bryggarsalen in Stockholm. It is the second consecutive year that the exhibition is arranged and this time the focus is on sustainable and environmentally friendly meetings. Behind Food & Meetings are now Action Fairs that is specialized in targeted trade shows and events to selected target groups.

In February, the estimated fair Food & Meetings is back. Just as before, the focus is on food, meetings and beverage. Linda Rivera Sandwall project manager for the fair think that the fair’s focus is very timely.
– You have to see the big picture in a conference regardless of whether one looks at the actual meeting, food or transport there. I think that everyone has some responsibility here, and there are very simple things you can do to influence, Linda says, and continues:

Just like one of our lecturers Kaj Török says, The demand for healthy, fair and environmentally friendly events and dining experiences is increasing every year,” I think this is exactly the right time, and many of us are still in the beginning of our more sustainable work .

This is exhibition for those who appreciate good food and drink in connection with a successful conference. On site there are representatives from some 20 meeting facilities that offer inspiration, exciting tastings and surprises.

Today’s speakers Kaj Török from Futerra talks about how you can increase your additional sales through developing conscious offerings. Simon Strandvik from Green Time tells you how to create sustainable meetings. The day ends with a nice after work with goodies to eat and little bubble.

The fair is free and applies to guests who book meetings and conferences.

Visit actionfairs.se and sign up today!

Date: Wednesday, February 3, 2016
Open Today: 13:00 to 5:00 p.m. + After Work about 16:15 – 17:00
Lectures: Time: 14:00 and 15:45 (30 min)
Address: Bryggarsalen, Norrtullsgatan 12 N in Stockholm

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