Low2No Bev 2022 bolstered by change of date, now to run alongside The Big Hospitality Expo

By Rachel Arthur

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The Low2NoBev show, a dedicated trade show for the low and no-alcohol drinks sector, has been rescheduled to be co-located with The Big Hospitality Expo at Olympia, London from September 26-28, 2022.

Run by BeverageDaily publisher William Reed, Low2NoBev is the only such show for the sector and the change of dates and location reflect the growing importance of this market. 

Following a successful launch in 2021 the Low2NoBev show will receive even greater visibility this year by opening its doors for an extra day and extending its reach and reputation by running alongside The Big Hospitality Expo.

Andrew Reed, Managing Director – Wine & Exhibitions at William Reed, commented: “It is clear from our market knowledge and audience research that the hospitality and foodservice sector continues to be challenged on a variety of fronts and it is vital that the Low2NoBev show responds by offering as much value as possible to both exhibitors and visitors.”  

The show covers everything from low ABV beers, ciders, wines and spirits to premium soft drinks, cordials and mixers: and is a must-attend event for anyone who sources and buys low and no-alcohol beverages across retail, hospitality, convenience and the on/off licensed trade.

The revised schedule for the Low2NoBev show will give exhibitors the opportunity to meet over 7,000 decision makers from hospitality, foodservice and retail at a familiar central London venue and The Big Hospitality Expo will also incorporate The Restaurant Show and Catering Equipment Expo. 

The Low2NoBev show will be held at Olympia, London from 26-28th September 2022. For exhibitor information please visit https://www.low2nobev.com/​ or contact fvzba.nccf@jeoz.pbz​ and register your interest in attending at https://www.low2nobev.com​ 

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