August 10, 2021 By Bakers Journal
The RC Show 2022 will welcome food industry professionals back to its conference, tradeshow, competition and events with its “Revive Your Business” theme, from February 27 to March 1.
As all provinces across Canada are now reopening, the RC Show is looking forward to bringing the industry back together to help the hospitality industry navigate the new challenges it’s facing. Following the success of RC Show 2021 ONLINE LIVE virtual event, next year’s show aims to reignite and revive the Canadian foodservice and hospitality industry through its new and improved ONLINE content strategy, enhanced domestic and international buyers program, competitions and face-to-face business connections.
Attendees can expect to find solution-based content both in-person and online, covering topics and issues that matter most to operators, plus culinary and bar competitions, and signature events including RC Show’s Opening Night Reception, Industry Night Out and Breakfast with Champions, a fully functional pop-up restaurant and nationally streamed conference sessions.
Mary Chiarot, Vice President and General Manager of Garland Canada said in a statement, “We have also developed and leveraged the Garland Canada Culinary Competition with Restaurants Canada as part of the RC Show. This culinary competition provides a platform to discover, recognize and build the culinary leaders of tomorrow, all supported by Garland Canada brands and products that underpin culinary excellence.”
With over 250,000 square feet of exhibition space and hours of live and virtual content available to share the latest innovations in food trends, products and services, RC Show 2022 will unlock new opportunities for industry professionals, providing attendees with valuable tools to improve and strengthen their businesses.
Echoing Restaurants Canada’s increased forecast in foodservice sales to nearly $80 billion in 2022, Restaurants Canada has announced they are gearing up to welcome industry professionals from across the country at next year’s show. The spring show has already received active engagement from exhibitors and sponsors looking to sign on to do business, and share how they are planning to support the industry at Canada’s first in-person hospitality event after well over a year of battling pandemic restrictions.
Interested suppliers and foodservice/hospitality vendors can find available booth space and sponsorship opportunities by contacting the RC Show sales team. Potential exhibitors can get inspired about what awaits them in the RC Show 2022 Exhibitor Video or read more in the Exhibitor Brochure.
For more information, visit www.rcshow.com.
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