"Excellent, great event, great speakers, very informative discussions and great networking with global industry leaders. Definitely one of the better F&B conferences in the region if not, 'the benchmark'."
Nicholas Couvaras, Managing Director, Kroma
GRIF in detail
Global Restaurant Investment Forum (GRIF) is a platform for connecting investors looking for opportunities and concepts looking to grow. It is also a forum for sharing ideas, innovation and best practice from around the world.
The high-level agenda sparks interest and debate and the conversations continue through the night to the evening receptions. The real experience of concepts in the exhibition hall, coupled with bespoke mentoring sessions, energized round table discussions and high calibre participants makes for the perfect mix for this growing forum. Over the last 3 years GRIF has established itself as the annual meeting place for the global restaurant investment community.Download GRIF prospectus Download 2017 programme
ATTENDEES FROM 26 DIFFERENT COUNTRIES IN 2016
OF THE AUDIENCE ARE FROM RESTAURANTS
INTERNATIONALLY RENOWNED SPEAKERS
OF ATTENDEES SAID THEY WOULD ATTEND GRIF 2017
Where do GRIF attendees come from?
GRIF attendees are senior figures and decision-makers; investors, hoteliers, owners, lenders, F&B brands, restaurant concepts, franchisors, franchisees, suppliers from all areas of the restaurant industry and from all across the World
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GRIF continues to be powered by MICHELIN, bringing to the table industry leaders and chefs, sharing their global culinary expertise on this fast paced industry.
The culinary tour
The GRIF culinary tour kickstarts the event and gives attendees the opportunity to visit a range of real estate options in the local market, see what’s currently on the menu and assess the pipeline.
The culinary tour provides a taste of the latest local concepts and a chance to hear from the owners on what challenges or opportunities they encountered when setting up their concept. In addition, the tour facilitates over 5 hours of face to face networking before the main conference even begins.