Invaluable knowledge and networking opportunities at Fine Food Australia make this year’s event impossible to miss.

Fine Food Australia promises to showcase another year of innovative exhibitors with food products, tools and equipment that will continue to benefit and grow the foodservice and hospitality industry.  The event, happening from Sunday 20 September to Wednesday 23rd September at the Sydney Showground, Sydney Olympic Park, is also known as an incredible opportunity for those members of the hospitality and foodservice industries to meet, network and most importantly – learn.

Each visitor and exhibitor brings great value to the show and with a busy schedule of programmes happening throughout event, there will be plenty of opportunities for everyone to meet, learn and get inspired.

A great opportunity to learn is the Talking Food Stage, something visitors across all sectors – bakery, import/export, foodservice and hospitality and retail – will find useful.  With sessions such as ‘Food Social Media – Tips and Tricks’ to ‘How to Increase Customer Spend via Technology’, there will be a wellspring of knowledge to take back to your business. All sessions are free to attend with no bookings required.

When it comes to topics such as training, up-skilling opportunities, recruitment tips and how to maximise your long term profits, the Ask the Experts Advisory Centre will be definitely be a worthwhile stop.

No doubt your business will grow in a wealth of information and confidence once you’ve heard the experts from organisations such as the NSW Business Chamber, Foodservice Consultant Society International and Comet Line Consulting. Whether it’s advice on developing long-term strategies or the Export Growth China program, a visit to the Ask the Experts Advisory Centre will no doubt create huge value for your business.

One of the highlights of Fine Food Australia is the Women in Foodservice Charity Event – the annual breakfast is all about connecting and inspiring women in the food industry. Over breakfast, guests are able to mix, mingle and network with fellow industry members, while enjoying a gourmet-plated breakfast and sparkling wine.

The breakfast event doubles as a platform for charity, with proceeds donated to OzHarvest and the P.A.R.T.Y program. 2015’s event will host Joanna Savill as MC, and the morning lineup includes special guests Anna Polyviou (Executive Pastry Chef, Shangri-La Hotel Sydney) and Laura Neville (Kerala’s Ways).  Tickets for the Women in Foodservice event can be booked at

With all this – plus the hundreds of exhibitors on show with their fantastic product, Fine Food Australia will not be a show to miss.  Whether you’re interested in new technology, new diets or new flavours, there will be an answer, or some inspiration to be found at Fine Food Australia. For more information visit

We’d love to see you there – register online today for free entry and save the $30 door charge using promo code GOHOSP

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