Business and glamour: at Host, the latest from the hospitality industry wins over international operators and trend-setters
187,602 (+24.3% compared with 2015) professional visitors, of whom 39% were from overseas.
The areas experiencing the fastest growth included: Europe, China, the US, Russian-speaking countries and the Middle East.
2,165 exhibitors from 52 nations: 1,322 Italians (+4.4%) and 843 foreigners (+13.4%). Over 500 events.
- 2,165 participating companies (+7.7%), representing 52 countries
- 1,322 Italian (+4.4%) and 843 overseas (+13.4%) exhibitors
- Over 1,500 hosted buyers from Europe (10%), the Mediterranean and South Africa (7%), the Middle East (15%), North America (23%), Central and South America (8%), Russia (18%), Asia and Oceania (19%)
- Over 500 appointments, including competitions, workshops, training sessions, round tables and show-cooking events
HostMilano will be showcasing over 500 spectacular events, including world championships, demonstrations, show-cooking, masterclasses and workshops
Show-cooking, championships, tasting itineraries, round tables and challenges between professionals will entertain and educate visitors during the 40th HostMilano tradeshow. An incredible trend observatory, where you will be able to see master pastry makers, Michelin-starred chefs, expert baristas and young designers at work.
Renewed vitality in the catering sector: HostMilano: the appointment that brings you the very latest trends in cuisine, training and consumer habits
- A 6% increase in professional catering companies and a 25% increase in the Bread Pizza Pasta segment.
- FIPE: 39-million Italians ate out in 2016.
- With 352,000 companies and an overall turnover of 51 billion euros, the catering industry is not feeling the crisis.
- All the latest trends: technology and food culture at the service of the consumers of the third millennium.
High-tech, ergonomic and personalised: Furniture and Tableware marry Technology in HostMilano and present the formats of the future. EXIHS exhibits art.
- More exhibitors in the Furniture, Tableware and Technology sector (+16% compared to 2015)
- The advance of Made-in-Italy continues: +1.9% in 2017 and production at 865 million euro in 2016
- Awards, workshops and ‘live’ contexts