It’s an exciting time in the hospitality market as it continues its upward development curve.
Hotel performance across the UK remains strong, with key new openings in the capital and strong growth recorded in cities such as Glasgow and Belfast.
The restaurant sector continues to be a challenging but nevertheless rewarding space, with positive growth for independent properties and successful multi-site operators providing a sound and fluid concept with independent thinking.
With pubs, bars and clubs, developments are broadening their appeal to new as well as existing audiences, often with a creative multi-platform offer featuring a high standard of interior fit and finish, alongside a F&B programme with definition.
For transit and travel, customers’ expectations are at an all-time high and designers are challenged to deliver imaginative experiences for the middle and premium sectors.
Forecasting from audit firm PwC says that more than 26,000 rooms will be created for the UK hotel market this year and the delivery of many of these properties will demonstrate class-leading ambition and creativity. Current forecasting from audit firm PwC says that more than 26,000 rooms will be created for the UK hotel market this year.
While London continues to hold its own on the global stage, the bulk of this growth will be driven by the provinces, with an estimated 21,500 rooms in the pipeline.
Across the wider hospitality market, private members clubs, sports venues, mobile forms of hospitality such as cruise ships, trains and their associated transit hubs all present a fast-growing range of opportunities.
The Hospitality Interiors Show has been created to provide a platform exclusively focussed on this vibrant and fast-growing sector. If you want your brands in front of the decision makers buying and specifying the products that will be used in this growth, then this is a must exhibit event.
The research prior to launching the event shows it’s an event that the market wants.
- 86% purchasing decision makers
- 74% make decisions based on Hospitality Interiors
- 18% had annual budget sign off of in excess of £1 million per year
- 89% felt there was a need for a dedicated hospitality design event
- 95% said they would visit The Hospitality Interiors Show launched
It is an audience with the budget to spend, the authority to spend, we know that they lean on Hospitality Interiors to choose where to spend - can you afford to miss out?