Australia’s largest hotel and accommodation industry expo returns
The NoVacancy Hotel + Hospitality Business Expo is set to make a triumphant return on July 24-25 at the ICC Sydney Exhibition Centre.
NoVacancy returns to Australia with promising proposals, design and hospitality talks, a “matchmaking” technology platform, and 4,000 industry professionals to assure success for their 2019 event
After a successful relaunch in Sydney last July, and winning the Best Tradeshow under 10,000 sqm at the Exhibitions and Events Association of Australia National Awards, the NoVacancy Hotel + Hospitality Business Expo is set to make a triumphant return on September 24-25 at the ICC Sydney Exhibition Centre.
Boasting the coveted title of Australia’s largest exhibition and learning event in the hotel and accommodation industry, the free-to-attend event is now open for visitor registrations and aims to supersede its 2018 attendance with a target of more than 5,000 industry professionals in 2020.
With not long to go until the show, NoVacancy has already surpassed last years’ exhibitor count as it tracks towards sell-out and an anticipated 200 companies showcasing their solutions. Confirmed companies will showcase an extensive range of solutions for all departments of accommodation operations, including amenities, software, interiors, furniture, robots, dining, energy efficiency, sustainability and more, all aimed at optimise operations and maximising profitability.
Event Director Brad Langton added, “The team working on NoVacancy spend 12 months researching and curating vendors and suppliers that can make a real difference to owners and operators. Quite often this reaches beyond traditional expected categories to value-enhancing solutions many accommodation industry professionals just aren’t thinking of.”
“Discovering innovation that can save them time and money at an event that costs nothing to attend is a very compelling offering and something not seen anywhere else in Australia for the industry. To add further value, we’ve launched 7 job function-specific education summits that are also free to attend and cover all core functions across accommodation management and operations.”
NoVacancy will play host to the Hotel Leaders Summit, Hotel Marketing Summit and the Restaurant Reinvented Summit on July 24, and the Revenue & Distribution Summit, Small Hotelier Summit and Hotel Engineering & Maintenance Summit on July 25. Running across both days will be the NoVacancy Design talks, delving into hotel and hospitality design trends and best practice.
With a reputation for the hottest networking on the industry’s calendar, the organiser has further invested in a “matchmaking” technology platform that allows the industry to pre-plan and connect with each other, schedule demonstrations and organise catch-ups with current suppliers.
The NoVacancy Hotel + Hospitality Business Expo takes place at the International Convention Centre Sydney, Darling Harbour on September 24 and 25 from 10am to 5pm daily.
Complimentary tickets are available to industry professionals who pre-register online at NoVacancy.com.au