Business Services

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Sirha 2013 - UBIFRANCE Sirha 2013 - ERAI

The International Development Agency

  • Reception at the Tourist Office/Dome. Office on the first floor “Club VIP”


UBIFRANCE, the agency dedicated to the international development of French companies, will support you on target gastronomy markets!
















United Kingdom







Dedicated services in the international business area of the exhibition:


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Sirha 2013 - Urgent Extra

The Job Centre

  • Reception area (behind the Premium reception area), opposite Brasserie Bellecour


Hotel/restaurant managers: a new way to recruit your temporary staff!

Temporary workers: a new way to find work!


This service is designed for restaurant/hotel managers who regularly need temporary staff for exceptional assignments or to replace absent employees.


In a few clicks, find available staff for temporary assignments in any food service, hospitality and hotel field.

For professionals looking for temporary work to earn extra money when they are available. This service creates a direct and immediate link between employers and staff according to their availability and location.


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Sirha 2013 - Librairie Gourmande

The Bookstore

  • Bottom floor of Hall 4


The bookstore at Sirha have a large selection of books on offer and will also organise book signings with prestigious authors!



Sirha 2013 - Nutrimarketing

Innovation Expert Guided Tours

  • Stand 4C25


Discover innovation trends at Sirha thanks to the Innovation Expert Guided Tours: every day as of Sunday 27 January, guided tours of Sirha and its stands will be proposed to help visitors get a better understanding of new innovations.

  • 4 tours at 10.30 am, three at 3 pm. Tours last approximately 1h30
  • Compulsory registration (number of participants limited to 12)



  • From 27th to 30th January at 10.30 am

Innovation trends at Sirha: overview of consumption trends followed by examples with innovations on display at the exhibition.

  • 27th January at 3 pm

How to age well: in 2010, there were 620 million over-65 year-olds in the world and there will be 2 billion in 2050. Thus, helping people age “well” is one of the major challenges for the 21st century. Discover innovations on this theme developed by exhibitors.

  • 28th January at 3 pm

« Free from »: the trend regarding “free from” products is gathering momentum and is going beyond allergy-related issues to include everything that consumers see as “undesirable”: additives, trans fat, palm oil, etc. What are the solutions to meet these new requirements?

  • 29th January at 3 pm

Sustainable food: European citizens are placing more and more emphasis on their health and that of the planet. This tour will give visitors concrete examples of sustainable food services.


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