Health & Safety
A message from Diversified Communications, organisers of HU. and Fine Food Australia.
We understand the importance of events like ours in supporting business and economic growth, and we are going above and beyond to be Expo Ready when the time is right.
Exhibitor and attendee safety always has been, and always will be, our top priority. We will always ensure practices that give our attendees and staff the confidence to maintain social distance while conducting business.
Planning is constantly underway with venues, suppliers, contractors and local and state government to ensure that Hospitality Unites and all our future exhibitions will be delivered in a safe and controlled environment, within COVID-19 government guidelines.
When and where is the event being held?
Hospitality Unites is being held at the MCEC Melbourne in 2021.
14 – 15 March, 2021
How can I register for the event?
Registration will open in early 2021.
Who can attend?
Hospitality Unites is a trade only event for professionals working in foodservice & hospitality, and suppliers to those sectors:
- Cafes/Tea Rooms
- Hotels/Pubs & Accommodation
- Fast Food/Quick Service
- Educational Facilities/Canteens
- Health Care & Aged Care
- Independent Takeaways
Can children attend the show?
HU. is a business event, therefore we ask visitors not to bring anyone under the age of 15 to the show. Due to OH&S, prams, strollers and trolleys are strictly not permitted at the event. Under no circumstances are any children permitted into the exhibition halls during move in and move out of the show.
Who is exhibiting?
The exhibitor directory will be available closer to the event.
How do I book a stand?
Will I need to bring identification with me?
Yes. Proof of industry involvement may be requested at the registration counters or the entrance, and can include:
- A business card in your name; or
- Employee verification on company letterhead; or
- Evidence of membership of a relevant professional or industry association.
Can students attend?
Students enrolled at a tertiary level or registered apprentices may attend the show if they have the appropriate student identity card. All students will need to register online. Primary and Secondary school students will not be admitted, regardless of any courses they are studying.
Students must be mindful that Hospitality Unites is a business event. Exhibitors are present to engage in business conversations. Please be considerate of their time and of any promotional material available.