Restaurants Canada’s annual food service and hospitality trade event for the first time ever, will take place virtually this year from February 28-March 3, 2021.
Register NOW to exhibit in the Ontario Pavilion and SAVE!
The Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food, and Rural Affairs (OMAFRA) is partnering with Restaurants Canada to provide Ontario food and beverage manufacturers the opportunity to promote their local products within the Ontario Pavilion. You can register by completing the RC Show 2021 application and submit it to email@example.com by February 14. Some perks of exhibiting with OMAFRA:
- All-inclusive promotion package at a discount rate of $1,599
- RC Member Fee will be waived under the OMAFRA group booking
- 6 exhibitor staff registrations
- Promotion on RC Show website (must submit .jpg logo by Feb 1)
Please complete the PDF application below if you’re interested in exhibiting within the Ontario Pavilion!
Why should you attend?
The RC Show is a must-attend event for anyone who works in the foodservice and hospitality business industry. This event not only connects entrepreneurs with buyers to help make their business grow and prosper. It will also allow attendees feel more educated, inspired and empowered to take on new challenges and adapt to current trends in their industry. Some of the featured sessions include:
- CEO Restaurant Panels
- Reigniting Your Business: Big Ideas, Big Data, Big Influence
- Garland Canada Culinary Competition
To view the 2021 event schedule, click here. Note: the schedule is subject to change and new additions will be added as the event approaches.
Register before Jan.31 to save 50% off your four-day pass! For more information on what each ticket includes, click here. To purchase tickets, click here. You can register to buy tickets up until the last day of the trade show.
This year’s show will be dedicated to support the restaurant industry through RC’s #FeedingtheRecovery campaign. The proceeds from ticket sales will help fund activities such as creating resources and programs to help support the industry during these unprecedented times.