The Grand Hyatt Taipei was an amazing hotel for TO THE TABLE Asia 2016, the food was exciting, innovative and consistantly outstanding all the way through. Delegates enjoyed three evenings of networking functions and two days of productive meetings and seminars.
With the industry's most senior decision makers all attending, the suppliers showcasing their products were kept busy with discussions of future business and opportunities. The meetings programme ran like clockwork, and all attendees followed their personalised, pre-selected schedule of meetings.
The seminar programme saw top experts sharing their opinions on innovative restaurant design and the future of technology in hospitality. The panel debate was a very lively and enthusiastic session, deducing who has the best business case - hotel restaurants or independent restaurants.
Our thanks to all the attendees of TO THE TABLE Asia 2016, for making it such a great success - from the speakers, to the F&B decision making buyers, to the suppliers - each part so important, and we are grateful to all.
New delegates confirmed on the buyer and supplier side, attendee lists are growing fast.
The feedback is in, and TO THE TABLE Asia 2016 met or exceeded all delegate's expectations.
Take a look at the companies that have registered for the event this year and watch the list grow as we get closer to the event.
Supper is a quarterly publication coming January 2016 that focuses on the global hotel F&B industry. Their website is now live, to give you a taster of things to come.
We are excited to announce the Mandarin Oriental Singapore as Farewell Dinner hosts for TO THE TABLE Asia 2015.
Editor Daniel Creffield was a guest at the event, so he could see how the event works, interview attendees and speakers and report back to the magazine.
Daniel Creffield, Editor of Asian Hotel & Catering Times, attended TO THE TABLE Asia 2014 and has uploaded two articles based on interviews he conducted at the event.