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Mr Yum to feature at one of UK’s largest trade expos

UK, March 2022

The largest hospitality trade exhibition in the North of England is back.

For the first time, the Mr Yum team will join one of the UK’s top trade shows when Northern Restaurant and Bar takes over Manchester Central in March.

This is the North’s leading event for the technologies that are driving the growth and profitability of restaurants and bars and in a fortnight, we’ll be joining the industry’s leading hospitality businesses in showcasing the future of hospitality, today.

WIth more than 3500 industry professionals scheduled to attend, there’s a packed agenda of demos, debates and panel discussions, along with masterclasses, tastings and networking opportunities.

And when attendees need a break, the Mr Yum team will be there offering a free beer or coffee to everyone who comes by to say hi at our exhibitor stand-slash-bar.

Soho House founder Nick Jones is the keynote speaker on March 15, talking about the art and business of hospitality on the eve of the launch of Soho House Manchester later this year. Hearing insights from a titan of the industry promises to be a highlight.

For more than two decades, Northern Restaurant and Bar has been the premier showcase for the very best of hospitality.

Today, with more than 25% of all new hospitality businesses opening in the North, the region is an increasingly important hospitality powerhouse in the UK with an annual turnover of more than £14B - and growing.

Mr Yum Senior Lead, Partnerships UK Alex Dyer says he can’t wait for the team to show the best businesses in the North why not all mobile ordering menus are created equal.

“Northern Restaurant and Bar is a great event that introduces the tools that truly will transform hospitality and define the bars of the future. I’m looking forward to introducing Mr Yum to the region’s best hospitality players and showcasing why Mr Yum is the leading ordering, payments and growth platform used by more than 1500 venues around the world,” he says.

Tickets are free for industry professionals, but registrations are essential - sign up here.
More info:  northernrestaurantandbar.co.uk