The FHM 2023 will take place from September 19 to 22 at the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre (KLCC). It is set to be a catalyst for dramatic change in the food and hospitality industry.

At the 17th Edition of Food & Hotel Malaysia (FHM), Malaysia’s premier biannual trade-only food and hospitality show, the stage is set for an unparalleled confluence of industry leaders, innovators, and game-changers. This four-day event, which will take place from September 19 to 22 at the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre (KLCC), is set to be a catalyst for dramatic change in the food and hospitality industry.

FHM 2023 is expected to draw an incredible crowd of 1,500 participating exhibitors, leading brands, and 25,000 guests as the ultimate gathering of industry executives and enthusiasts. FHM 2023 has so far attracted trade visitors from over 45 nations and regions worldwide. From Australia to the United States, industry professionals from various backgrounds will gather under one roof to witness the future of the food and hospitality business.

FHM is not just about showcasing cutting-edge products and services; it’s about fostering meaningful connections among businesses, facilitating collaborations, and driving innovation within the industry. This event will welcome essential buyer groups from industry giants, creating an unparalleled platform for networking and collaboration.

Among the anticipated aspects of FHM 2023 is its’ 15 international pavilions represented by Australia, Belgium, China, Greece, Hong Kong SAR China, India, Japan, Singapore, Taiwan (China), Thailand, Tunisia, Turkey, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, United States of America and other nations. These pavilions are poised to exhibit their latest offerings, creating a diverse and dynamic showcase of global culinary trends and innovations.

While embracing the ever-evolving landscape of the food and hospitality industry, FHM 2023 advocates for a greener future. Recognising the pressing need for environmental responsibility, the event is strategically designed to steer the industry towards a more sustainable tomorrow. The exhibition will showcase innovative solutions, products, and practices that redefine the standards for eco-conscious business operations within the food and hospitality industry. From farm-to-fork, FHM 2023 demonstrates an unwavering commitment to forging a greener path, solidifying its position as a platform that not only showcases excellence but also drives positive change.

FHM 2023’s latest initiative, the Future Hub, reflects the event’s commitment to leading industry transformation. This innovative hub combines technology, innovation, future trends, and sustainability within the food and hospitality landscape. The Future Hub is a collaborative space where hospitality industry players, start-ups, and industry giants share insights and foster innovation. By showcasing cutting-edge technology, solutions, and ideas, the Future Hub aims to promote sustainability and contribute to a greener future for the industry.

Expressing his enthusiasm for the forthcoming event, Gerard Leeuwenburgh, Country General Manager of Informa Markets Malaysia, said, “FHM 2023 is set to transcend expectations by providing a platform that champions sustainability and innovation, two cornerstones of the industry’s future. We are excited to witness this event’s transformative impact on the global food and hospitality landscape.”

FHM 2023 is honoured and humbled for the unwavering support of key industry associations and is truly excited to initiate partnerships with some of them for the first time. These esteemed collaborations include the Business Breakfast Malaysia, presented by FHM and Saladplate in collaboration with GlobalData PLC; HOTELEX Malaysia, organised by Shanghai Sinoexpo Informa Markets; Housekeeping Malaysia 2023, hosted by the Malaysian Association of Housekeepers (MAHIR); and the Industry Conference: Central Kitchens – The Future Is Now! by the Foodservice Consultants Society International (FCSI). Additionally, FHM is thrilled to facilitate future-forward talks at the Future Hub, featuring Le Cordon Bleu Malaysia, Impact Circle and many more.

Furthermore, FHM 2023 takes great pride in its enduring and robust connections with longstanding association partners and their efforts to curate programmes such as Culinaire Malaysia 2023, jointly organised by the Malaysian Association of Hotels (MAH), Professional Culinaire Association (PCA) and the Malaysian Food and Beverage Executives Association (MFBEA); Pastry Innovation Lab organised by Professional Culinaire Association (PCA), CRAFTED @ FHM 2023 by The Craftsmen Sdn Bhd; and Trend Talks conducted by Entwine Consultancy Sdn Bhd and Sommelier Association of Malaysia (SOMLAY).

“We are thrilled to be co-locating with Food & Hotel Malaysia 2023, an event that not only celebrates culinary excellence but also places sustainability at the heart of our industry. Culinaire Malaysia 2023 is honoured to collaborate with FHM in championing innovative gastronomy while emphasising the importance of responsible practices. This synergy reflects our shared commitment to shaping a greener and more sustainable future for the culinary landscape,” said Ivan Teo, Organising Chairperson of Culinaire Malaysia 2023.

Food & Hotel Malaysia (FHM) is a highly anticipated premier biennial trade-only food and hospitality exhibition that serves as a prominent platform for players in the food and hospitality industry to explore new business opportunities.

Source : Food & Hotel Malaysia by Informa Markets

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