Middle East Food Forum, the UAE’s meeting place for all food service business owners and operators, hosted its much-awaited networking event with key individuals in the HORECA sector at the Tamba Restaurant, The Hub at The Mall (level 6), Abu Dhabi. Having previously established its mark in the F&B industry of Abu Dhabi through its co-location of the 2nd edition of MEFF with SIAL, the food forum has created a niche for budding entrepreneurs, chefs, marketing managers, suppliers and operators to meet some of the most renown personalities of the UAE HORECA segment.
With a view towards the growth of the F&B industry in the region as well as International Tourism via food, the Middle East Food Forum provided a semi-formal platform alongside the Purple Honey Group to represent the up and coming as well as established and growing personalities, teams and brands in the region.
Mr. Vishal Pandey, Founder, Data On-A-Plate and Middle East Food Forum said, “We have always had the best interests of our local-based business owners, operators and F&B associates at heart. After our extensive work with the Dubai market, we are keen to see a steady growth in the MEFF network among the industry leaders from across the UAE, and our networking events provide an excellent platform to those looking to make an effective network in the community. We are happy to have partnered with the Purple Honey Group to bring MEFF once again to Abu Dhabi, and are also looking ahead at the 3rd annual Middle East Food Forum to be hosted both in Dubai and Abu Dhabi in the last quarter of 2018”
The Middle East Food Forum was launched in May 2016 with over 150 plus motivated and prominent food and beverage professionals, F&B thought leaders and food entrepreneurs. Held on May 3, 2016, with an aim to promote the learning culture in the UAE, the inaugural launch event saw maximum participation from likeminded individuals. The event extensively featured panel discussions and workshops, offering unique opportunities to share experiences, upgrade skills, build valuable connections, and explore ways to start, sustain, grow, or transform any F&B business.
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