In its 12th edition, Horeca, the Levant’s largest and most regional hospitality and food event will be held from 5 to 8 April 2005 at BIEL, Beirut Central District, Lebanon. Not only local exhibitors are booking their stands at Horeca, but also a number of regional and foreign governments have already confirmed their participation at Horeca 2005.
The show attracts key decision-makers from major establishments in the hospitality and food industry from Lebanon, Jordan, Iraq and Syria, but the exhibition’s appeal will be to a wider audience from: Bahrain, Cyprus, Egypt, Greece, Iraq, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Palestine, Kuwait, Qatar, Sultanate of Oman, Tunisia, Turkey, UAE and Yemen.
The exhibition’s product profile is extensive and includes, catering equipment and services, tabletop, uniforms and linen, laundry, maintenance and hygiene, technology, software, telecommunication, security, audiovisual supplies, packaging, schools, universities, franchise, finance and management, services, furnishings and fixtures for the industry, food and beverage products.
Experience shows that Horeca is growing as fast as the industry is. By taking part in any of the Horeca events, participants secure important contacts and gain invaluable knowledge for promoting business and releasing its full potential.
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