Hospitality Expo 2020
SAVE THE DATE: 26 and 27 April 2020 at Ascot Racecourse
Hospitality Expo, is a new exhibition taking the place of the UKHA Shared Knowledge Day. Traditionally, this was held in London and for the past few years at the Park Plaza Westminster.
The first event will take place at the prestigious Ascot Racecourse on the fourth floor of the Grandstand building with spectacular views across the racecourse and beyond into the Berkshire and Hertfordshire countryside. Hospitality Expo will run side by side with the established CleanEx show dedicated to laundry and textile care. Visitors and exhibitors alike, can visit two trade shows in one.
Exhibit at Hospitality Expo
Hospitality Expo costs remain unchanged, from only £750.00+vat exhibitors can bag themselves prime location at this new look event. Sponsorship packages start from £1,000.00+vat, this will include stand space, editorial in Housekeeping Today, branding on all promotional material associated with Hospitality Expo, website advert and branding around the trade show floor.
Download our handy information pack
We have put together a useful pack, including what to expect, who attends, plus stand and sponsorship prices, why not download it and then give us a call to chat through your requirements on 0118 901 4471.
MEG Events supports the Pancreatic Cancer Charity
Pancreatic Cancer Research Fund is the national charity dedicated exclusively to supporting research to improve diagnosis and treatment of pancreatic cancer.
Pancreatic Cancer Research Fund was founded in April 2004 by Maggie Blanks, following the death of her husband Alan from the disease in May 2003. Having discovered that survival rates for pancreatic cancer had barely improved in forty years and that little research was being undertaken, she was determined to encourage more research that was targeted specifically at the disease. She felt the best way to do this was through a charity which would not only raise new funds for research but also be a voice for pancreatic cancer sufferers and argue for a fair allocation of research funding and attention.