KUWAIT: Organizers of the Horeca 2017 exhibition are putting the final touches to host the event which takes
place on 16-18 of January 2017 at the Kuwait International Fairground in Mishref. On that regard, Nabila Al-Anjeri, General Manager of the event’s organizer Leaders Group, said that the event is set to include several activities,
including the ‘Horeca Cooking Club,’ which will be a new platform that contributes in investing in Kuwaiti youth’s potentials, and encouraging them to start new lines of business.
“Hotel rooms’ capacity in Kuwait is expected to increase to over 10,000 within three years, while restaurants
are expected increase to over 5,000 in the same period,” Anjeri stressed, noting that Horeca is the perfect platform to set special strategies and plans to cope with this expansion.
Meanwhile, Fatima Al-Hubail the Horeca Cooking Club’s supervisor, said that the exhibition visitors’ are on a
date to be amazed by what the club’s team plans to showcase, including new ideas and visions on learning
cooking skills. Hubail added that the club aims at attracting those eager for knowledge and productivity as
well as giving participating young people opportunities to communicate with raw material importers as well as the
companies importing various cooking equipment.
“The club will be the base of encouraging youth to start mega projects and businesses,” she added, noting that some young people might, for instance, excel in baking cakes, while others are more experienced in desserts or cooking,
and might thus seek to start an integrated project of a family business.
Horeca 2017 exhibition is organized by Leaders Group in collaboration with Hospitality Services Company, and
takes place under the patronage of Minister of Information, State Minister for Youth Affairs Sheikh Salman Sabah
Al-Salem Al-Humoud Al-Sabah.