UNITING AUSTRALIA’S FOODSERVICE PROFESSIONALS.
HU. is a digital destination and event dedicated to supporting the recovery of the vibrant Australian foodservice and hospitality industry.
A 2-part event dedicated to uniting and supporting the foodservice industry. Delivering connections, conversations and useful strategies for whatever stage of recovery a business may be in.
Hospitality Unites is dedicated to hosting the foodservice community in person in Melbourne and online nationally.
The in-person one-day Summit in Melbourne will be an intimate event focused specifically on the needs of the local foodservice scene who have been the most impacted in the country. It will host a sit down Business Breakfast and industry panel discussion, Summit Workshops tailored to specific attendees who find themselves in various stages of recovery and a chance to re-unite with friends and industry post Live Summit Formalities at the Afterparty.Read More
A day after the Live Summit, the full-day Virtual Summit will take that focus online and extend it Australia wide, hosting a mix of keynote & panel sessions addressing broader topics and trends facing the national foodservice industry, live virtual exhibition and product demonstrations.FIND OUT MORE
We’re starting small, focusing on re-connecting and the road to recovery in 2021. In the years ahead Hospitality Unites will become a destination for all things foodservice with a live exhibition and full education program in 2022 and beyond.
Beyond the event, Hospitality Unites is a content led initiative for everything foodservice - sharing stories from around Australia and providing solutions the industry needs to operate. Hospitality Unites is committed to helping the industry recover and is passionate about spreading your message, products and stories - from ‘How Tos’ and inspiration, to practical guidelines.
Named after the sheer size of the land located in the industrial neighbourhood of South Melbourne, Half Acre is owned and operated by Adam Wright-Smith (ex-Fat Radish, NYC), Leigh Worcester and Asaf Smoli (food&desire).
Although the initial site was dilapidated, they saw its true potential and turned it into what we now get to enjoy today - an all-day eatery, a bar and a unique event space for private and communal functions. It is a distinctly Melbourne venue, and perfect for hosting an industry reunion.
For 36 years, Fine Food Australia has been the heartbeat and most trustworthy food industry event, bringing together over 25,000 local and international professionals for a 4-day showcase of the latest products, trends and experts.
The team at Fine Food were so inspired by the strength and innovation of Australia's foodservice industry in the midst of this ongoing COVID-19 battle, we wanted to use our voice to make yours louder.