Pamerindo Indonesia, Indonesia’s leading trade fair organiser, is re-launched its food and hospitality series show with a new name. The Hotelexpo Indonesia and Specialty Food Indonesia was previously named Hotelex Indonesia and Finefood Indonesia. Covering trends in the hospitality and culinary sector, this event will take place next year in Jakarta.

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Countless networking opportunities at the expo. Photo courtesy of PT Pamerindo Indonesia.

Participants to HOTELEXPO Indonesia

The expo will attract retailers, business owners, and industry professionals from across countries. Most participants aim to discover the advances being made in the hospitality sector. These include technology, style, interiors & amenities and foodservice.

“We have led the global market for decades under the Pamerindo Indonesia and Informa Markets food and hospitality shows. This time we will highlight a more focused products and smart technologies in food & hospitality.

Among our breakthroughs, the forecasted 2021 trends include automated hospitality appliances, smart food storage, and sustainable amenities and food production; that will be presented at this expo,” said Ben Wong, Managing Director of Pamerindo Indonesia.

New ways to protect equipment quality

Pamerindo Indonesia will showcase how technology has changed the way consumers relate with the product and experience.

“Most consumers see technology as the most effective tools to ensure quality, both in hospitality and specialty food. Hence, opting the right technology is important to deliver the best product quality,” added Astied Julias, Event Director Hotelexpo Indonesia and Specialty Food Indonesia.

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Covering latest hospitality and culinary trend and technology. Photo courtesy of PT Pamerindo Indonesia.

Optimizing customer satisfaction and the rise of sustainable accommodation

The self-service hotel and hospitality are on the rise. According to research by Deloitte, products made with artificial intelligence will shine in the travel and hospitality industry.

“It includes automation and machine learning, that aim to overcome the repetitive tasks and unpredictability created from varied traveler preferences. Hence, we need to emphasize technology applied in smart hotels, for example by moving toward digital check-in, tech appliances to automate cleaning and maintenance process, and smart security devices; that will be in our upcoming expo,” added Astied Julias.

Sustainable accommodation is another hospitality trend that is increasingly becoming popular. Research by Booking.com  shows that over 50% of travelers are more determined to choose sustainable accommodation.

“It emphasizes on eco-friendly products, including packaged food and amenities with paper-based and biodegradable packaging material. However, we can only achieve the most sustainable package of food and hospitality amenities with the right technology, to make every processing step easier,” Astied Julias concluded.