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13 May 2011 [10:48] - Today.Az
HOREX Azerbaijan 2011, the 5th Anniversary Caucasus International Hospitality Fair, will be held on 25 to 27 May in Baku. The fifth anniversary edition of the exhibition will be celebrated in a new venue - Baku Expo Center.
HOREX Azerbaijan in 2011 will bring together companies from Azerbaijan, Germany, Russia, Turkey and France, which will demonstrate hotel and restaurant equipment; shop, display and refrigeration equipment; hygiene products; and much more. The exhibitors include both regular participants and newcomers. For the first time, company from France will present equipment for kitting out kitchens of any complexity - from start to finish.
Companies from Germany will demonstrate a wide range of products, including eco-friendly products, such as food film, wrapping paper for bakery products, bags for rubbish and food waste, and much more for hotels, restaurants and cafes.
In connection with the event’s fifth anniversary, the organisers have prepared a special programme. Within the business programme, on 26 May, there will be a master class from one of the leading architects and interior designers in Switzerland.
This year, which has been declared the Year of Tourism by the country’s President, HOREX Azerbaijan has acquired even more importance. Indeed, in this momentous year for the tourism industry in Azerbaijan, 5 five-star hotels will open, while the total number of hotels in the country will reach 500. As the only specialised hospitality event in the Caspian region, HOREX Azerbaijan will bring together companies offering equipment for hotels, restaurants, supermarkets, cafes, bars, kitchens and much more.
The exhibition will present innovations and developments in the hospitality industry, which meet international standards and the latest market requirements. HOREX Azerbaijan is the best platform of a B2C and B2B format, allowing participants to hold talks and sign mutually beneficial contacts.