Casual Dining show sells out of space


Next week’s inaugural Casual Dining show is now sold out, organisers of the event said today.

Diversified Communications, which is putting on the two-day foodservice exhibition, said the last remaining spaces were booked last week.

The company runs a number of trade events, but said Casual Dining was already on track to becoming its most successful launch ever.

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It said it was also encouraged by the growing number of registrations it is getting from UK pub and restaurant operators. Since February, an average of 100 people a day have been securing their place.

As a result, more than 2,000 visitors are forecast to attend the two-day show when the doors open at the Business Design Centre in London on Wednesday 26 February.

Food preparation equipment firm Robot Coupe was among the first companies to sign up to the event a year ago, while more recently the likes of Buzz Catering Supplies and kitchen canopies supplier Mansfield Pollard have confirmed their attendance at the show.

Almost 120 companies will be exhibiting at the event.

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