SK Events announces Barcode Expo

SK Events and PR, organisers of Liverpool Food & Drink Festival, have announced the launch of Barcode Expo – a brand new trade exhibition for the bar, restaurant and cafe industry coming to Liverpool this September.

With new restaurants, cafés and bars opening weekly, Liverpool is fast becoming a centre of excellence for the food and catering industry with a diverse and cosmopolitan offer, reflecting renewed confidence across the city region.

Barcode Expo will bring together Liverpool and the North West’s wealth of expertise and creativity across hotel, bar, café and restaurant owners and decision makers with trade exhibitors from across the industry.

This unique new event provides an excellent opportunity for businesses selling or promoting to the industry to increase brand exposure, expand their customer base, meet key decision makers and raise their profile in the North West region.

Barcode Expo will also feature a seminar programme with industry experts alongside a tasting theatre, networking events, sampling opportunities, demonstration area, spirit zone, and a cocktail flaring bar.

Barcode Expo takes place in the celebrated Camp and Furnace, a unique space that has become a real star of the regeneration of the ‘Baltic Quarter’ and itself one of Liverpool’s food and bar industry successes.

Denise Harris, Director at SK Events and PR, said:

“After eight years organising the premier Liverpool Food and Drink Festival in the city, regularly attracting over 45,000 visitors we felt it was time to leverage our expertise to create an industry focussed event to bring together suppliers to the industry with their target audience and our key clients.”

There are over 70+ stands at Barcode Expo, with prices and packages to suit all budgets and requirements.

To enquire about booking a space or for details of sponsorship packages, contact SK Events and PR on 0151 432 5652

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