All in the Industry®, a new media and production company, presents H.O.S.T. SUMMIT + SOCIAL, an all-day, inspirational, interactive and educational conference for, and about, the dynamic hospitality industry. Host/Producer Shari Bayer, Founder of Bayer Public Relations, is bringing her All in the Industry podcast to life, launching this inaugural summit based on the hospitality and culinary leaders she has interviewed on her popular, weekly podcast on Heritage Radio Network, which debuted in 2014.
H.O.S.T., which stands for Hospitality. Operations. Services. Technology, will take place on Monday, January 27, 2020 at The William Vale (111 North 12th Street, Williamsburg, Brooklyn, NY 11249), and will feature informative panels, one-on-one interviews, and inspiring speakers — creating a forum for the exchange of ideas, innovation and networking opportunities. Attendees will enjoy outstanding food and drink throughout the day – including a closing cocktail reception. Tickets are now on sale at www.allintheindustry.com.
“I started my podcast, All in the Industry, as I wanted to showcase the top behind-the-scenes talent in our industry, bringing awareness to their impressive careers and integral roles,” explains Bayer. “It’s been a true joy and privilege to have the opportunity to interview so many leaders, and now, I am excited to bring my show to H.O.S.T.’s live forum.”
Featured panelists will be curated from All in the Industry’s guest list, including: Rita Jammet, Founder, La Caravelle Champagne; Keith Durst, Founder & Principal, F.O.C.; Jimi Yui, Founding Principal, Yui Designs; Krystle Mobayeni, Co-Founder & CEO, BentoBox; Jeff Gordinier, Food & Drinks Editor, Esquire; Glen Coben, Founder & President, Glen & Company; Melanie Dunea, Photographer; JJ Johnson, Chef-Owner, Fieldtrip; Jen Pelka, Founder & Owner, The Riddler (SF & NYC) & Founder, Magnum PR; Mark Rosati, Culinary Director, Shake Shack; Jasmine Moy, Founder, Jasmine Moy Law P.C.; Alice Cheng, Founder and CEO, Culinary Agents; and Drew Nieporent, Owner, Myriad Restaurant Group.
The overall conference theme will be “ALL IN”, and include the following topics:
- The Making of a Deal: A Real Estate Approach to Hospitality
- Restaurants & Risks: An Industry Perspective
- Past, Present & Future of Restaurants: Lessons from a Legendary Restaurateur
- Behind the Design: A Collaboration Between Front- and Back-of-the-House
- Branding in the Digital Age
- Industry News Discussion: The State of Our Hospitality Business
H.O.S.T. will also feature a special, optional “Curated Conversations” Luncheon (+ $50/pp.) for guests who are interested in investing additional time with conference speakers to discuss specific, hospitality-related topics. While all ticket sales will include a thoughtful boxed lunch, this elevated family-style, lunch experience will be enjoyed at Andrew Carmellini’s Southern Italian restaurant, Leuca, located at The William Vale.
“I have always been passionate about our industry, and love being a connector,” says Bayer. “With H.O.S.T., we will be bringing people together for real time conversations and to make valuable connections. We are looking to not only inspire and educate our attendees, but unite our industry, as we believe in the power of relationships.”
Are you #ALLIN? For more information, visit www.allintheindustry.com.
H.O.S.T. SUMMIT + SOCIAL
HOSPITALITY. OPERATIONS. SERVICES. TECHNOLOGY.
Bringing Behind the Scenes Talent in Hospitality to the Forefront
DATE: Monday, January 27, 2020, 9AM – 6PM
LOCATION: The William Vale, 111 North Street, Williamsburg, Brooklyn, NY 11249
Transportation: L to Bedford Avenue and G to Greenpoint Avenue
THEME: “ALL IN”
AUDIENCE: A conference for, and about, the hospitality industry, including hospitality professionals, culinary enthusiasts, restaurateurs, hoteliers, FOH, BOH, writers, editors, photographers, publishers, publicists, influencers, entrepreneurs, event planners, marketers, media, students, and more!
TICKETS AND INFORMATION
· General Admission: $245/pp. (+ taxes/fees)
· “Curated Conversations” Luncheon at Leuca (optional): $50/pp. (+ taxes/fees)