Editor’s Note

  • A landmark event

    The 30th edition of FHW was an incredible success in every way – from the impressive turnout of the movers and shakers from the Indian...

  • Home is where the change is

    India truly has a unique story to share in its tourism space

  • Standing strong at 30

    A trade show, especially in the B2B space, proves to be, in many ways, a reflection of the mood and temperament of that particular industry

  • An eventful beginning

    For us at Food & Hospitality World the year always begins with action and anticipation as the very first month we play host to India's...

  • The year gone by

    The reflections of the year 2016 from the hospitality industry viewpoint can be easily termed as resilient

  • Enlightening thoughts

    Mumbai has almost all the ingredients in place to be the event capital of the country

  • Black or white?

    The surprise announcement made by PM of India, Narendra Modi to demonetise Rs 500, Rs 1000 currency notes, in order to tackle corruption, has sent...

  • Waking up to reality

    Even as we are writing this, the third meeting of the GST Council ended a day earlier than scheduled, without reaching a consensus on the...

  • Milking the opportunity

    A trip to the capital of India seldom lets you down especially when if comes to understanding the meaning of being connected and to be...

  • Promises to keep

    There were events galore during this entire month of September and the series will continue till the end of the year

  • Of coffees and conventions

    Come September and the hospitality, travel, tourism industry in India gets into the convention and conferencing mode

  • FHW’s Goan flavour

    The hospitality sector in Goa has its own set of rules and the dynamics of business within the industry is peculiar to its region

  • An August offer

    In a world of complexities, it's always refreshing to receive a gift, especially from the government that can ease out few issues with taxation

  • The Goan food story

    It is probably India's naturally sold out tourism destination and for most people Goa is the party destination of India

  • Success. 28 times!

    The business of food is on an upswing and this observation was further strengthened at the recently concluded FHW 2016 exhibition in Bengaluru

  • Raining business

    We have always heard the analysts say that the hospitality and the tourism sectors are highly volatile

  • Enriching experiences

    When you leave your very own city to explore newer regions, be it on work or leisure, you surely come back enriched with experiences that...

  • 28 and going strong

    It's our 28th edition and every year we feel proud to note that just like the hospitality industry in India, which is getting refined by...

  • The countdown begins

    It is that time of the year again

  • Beyond the basics

    In general there are two ways in which a hotel stay can be looked at - one which offers the user basic vanilla requirements of...

  • The ultimate high

    The evolution in the food space is getting refined by the day

  • F&B’s new connoiseurs

    Consumer demand and consumption patterns clearly state the distinct change in tastes and trends related to the food business

  • Hidden eco systems

    The more I travel within India, the more I feel a sense of pride. I feel proud to discover and rediscover some stunning eco resorts,...

  • Capital bytes

    During this time of the year, the focus generally shifts to the capital of the country

  • Raising the bar

    FHW 2016 Mumbai was a significant milestone in many ways

  • Policies, partnerships & promises

    Most state governments have drafted, redrafted their tourism policy with a hope to make it investor friendly

  • Power packed edition

    For us at Food & Hospitality World (FHW) the new year always begins on an action packed note