You missed this – Subscribe & Avoid FOMO!
The HospitalityNZ Show 2008


Sun 31 Aug 2008–Tue 2 Sep 2008, 10:00am–5:00pm

Where: ASB Showgrounds, 217 Greenlane West, Epsom, Auckland

Ticket Information:

  • Hospitality Show (R17): $20.00
  • Wine New Zealand - Trade Only: $20.00
  • Additional fees may apply

Listed by: Laura Mitchell

The crème de la crème of the Hospitality industry will be out in force in August/ September at the industry’s biggest showcase event of the year – the HospitalityNZ show.

With five great events all in one show the three day event will include the Hospitality Show, Wine New Zealand, Coffee and Beverage, Telecom Seminars and the NZ Culinary Fare – it’s heaven on earth for anyone remotely into Hospitality.

The Hospitality show is the industry’s premier trade show and has the most comprehensive gathering of hospitality industry suppliers and customers in New Zealand. This is the ultimate opportunity for trade customers to source new suppliers, find the latest products and keep up to date with industry trends.

Wine New Zealand is a unique business event exclusive to New Zealand wineries to showcase their wines to premier hospitality professionals and influencers. Attracting the finest in the industry, it provides a forum to meet with winemakers, taste and discuss the finer points of their wines. New for 2008, it incorporates the Innovation in Wine Series which includes the Corbans Viticulture Seminars, Buyer’s Choice Awards and the inaugural Esvin Innovation in Wine Awards, all of which recognise the pivotal role innovation and inspiration play to the long term success of the wine and hospitality industries.

Coffee and Beverage lays claim to New Zealand’s most extensive range of industry exhibitors, demonstrations, seminars and workshops. The show represents the fusion of two of the leading components of the hospitality industry: Coffee and Liquor and will showcase all things liquid. The Da Vinci Trans Tasman Barista Championships are becoming a fought over accolade as the rival teams compete to be the best with the awaited final of the Da Vinci Trans-Tasman Barista Championship being contested at the show.

The Telecom seminars have become very popular with visitors and exhibitors alike. The three day lecture series offers an in-depth and varied range of seminars for owners, managers, and senior staff members within the industry.

The Culinary Fare is a competition forum with over 65 competitions based on key hospitality skills. Open to the public, there are many exciting events to watch, including the prestigious “Of the Year” titles as well as being an opportunity to see the best in the industry at work.

10.00am - 5.00pm Sunday
11.00am – 7.00pm Monday
10.00am – 5.00pm Tuesday

Culinary Fare entry is free it is a public event.

Restaurants to book near The HospitalityNZ Show 2008