Major names in foodservice equipment will be displaying new products at Specifi’s upcoming vNext-ibition online trade show on 17 March.
These products may be key to the industry’s upcoming post-pandemic rebound.
Attendees to the web event will experience a wide range of cooking and equipment demonstrations, industry updates and immersive product exhibits from leading manufacturers in foodservice.
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In addition, foodservice charities Hospitality Action and Burnt Chef Project will be making presentations and receiving support.
Specifi VP sales, UK and Ireland Nic Banner commented: “The foodservice industry will be transformed by the events of 2020. Much of that transformation will be led by new products and solutions. We at Specifi are proud to be part of an industry that’s so resilient and driven by endless innovation.”
This will be the second vNext virtual event, which will be free to attend for chefs, equipment dealers, consultants, designers, operators, manufacturers and anyone interested in the foodservice industry.
Visitors to the exhibition will have the opportunity to learn about new products in detail and video chat one-to-one, or in groups with company representatives and schedule appointments for further discussion.
Specifi CEO Bob Wolters added: “The in-person trade shows we enjoyed will be back soon. But our new and upgraded vNext-ibition platform provides a meaningful experience for everybody. Our mission at Specifi is to help our partners, dealers, designers and manufacturers connect and grow their business. We are looking forward to being their conduit in this exciting event.”
One attendee will also win an all-expenses paid weekend trip to Venice, Italy, complete with airfare, hotel and food.