The Drinks Industry Show Announce New Event Partner and Location

By , 18 March, 2015


The Drinks Industry Show has today announced a number of new exciting developments for the event, including a new event partner Luna Park. The exhibition will relocate to the iconic water front venue at Luna Park and the dates will also move to 16-17 November.

 

The trade-only show is a must-attend event for members of the alcoholic drinks and associated industries, and is run by an award-winning and highly experienced team of industry event producers, Exhibitions & Trade Fairs (ETF).

 

Luna Park Sales Manager James Granter said,

 

"We are very excited to be hosting The Drinks Industry Show in 2015. Set in an iconic building with sweeping harbour views and easy access for guests, Luna Park offers an ideal space for this type of exhibition.  With planning already well under way, the show is set to really impress and delight visitors this year."
 

Event Director David McCarthy said,

 

“We are delighted to announce our partnership with Luna Park and to bring the show to their Crystal Palace.

 

“We’re pleased to take the show to Luna Park as we feel it will be a fitting venue for the event.”

 

“The decision was made after extensive feedback from our exhibitors and show partners. We strategically partnered with Luna Park because the venue is more suited to the show as one of Sydney’s most iconic venues, set against the backdrop of Sydney Harbour.”

 

“The educational program will be packed with master classes over the two days and is free to attend for all visitors. It will include practical topics to assist drinks buyers in their roles, as well as informative sessions around trends and developments in alcoholic beverages that will affect all areas of the industry.”

 

The Drinks Industry Show will draw visitors from bars, clubs, restaurants, hotels, liquor stores and catering companies, among others, who will be eager to experience the latest innovations in products, services and suppliers in the industry, and to learn even better ways of doing business.

 

Visitors will also have the opportunity  to sample products, network and engage with fellow industry professionals, and meet new suppliers with a wide range of service providers in one convenient location. Show-goers can expect guest appearances from industry experts, who will share their advice and knowledge to those in attendance.

 

The entertainment line up and educational program across the two-day show features interactive displays, taste testing, mixology demonstrations, networking events and seminars. Further details of these features will become available in the lead-up to show.

 

To register your free attendance, or for further information, visit www.drinksindustryshow.com.au or call 02 9556 7985.

Source: Exhibitions and Trade Fairs