5-6 September


Stuttgart, Germany


Frankfurt - A City Of Contrasts

Frankfurt am Main, the metropolis at the heart of Europe, is defined by stimulating contrasts of tradition and modernity, trade and culture, business and tranquility. The famous international trade fairs held here, the financial business conducted, the city’s cultural scene and its accessible location all contribute to Frankfurt’s metropolitan reputation.

Frankfurt’s famed skyline features more skyscrapers than any other German city. Frankfurt’s skyline is ever-changing – the newest skyscrapers are already under construction and many more are in the design stages. One of the most notable attractions is the Main Tower and one of the first skyscrapers open to the general public and Commerzbank skyscraper which, at 259 metres (not counting the 40-metre antenna) is Europe’s tallest office high-rise

As the home of continental Europe’s largest airport (renamed Fraport AG after listing on the stock exchange in 2001), biggest passenger train station and a major overland traffic hub, Frankfurt is easily reached from within Germany and further afield.

Sightseeing in Frankfurt

For a birds-eye view of Frankfurt, visit Main Tower and discover why the city is nicknamed ‘Mainhattan’. The observation deck at this skyscraper offers unforgettable views of the skyline and the many bridges that cross the River Main, which runs through the city. The European Central Bank and Commerzbank Tower, the city’s tallest building, are also popular on sightseeing itineraries.

Frankfurt may have an ultra-modern atmosphere, but it has many historic attractions too. Römerberg marks the historic centre of the city, while Paulskirche and the Frankfurter Dom – both nearby – are the two most distinctive churches in Frankfurt. A walk over the historic Iron Bridge is essential as well. This river crossing is over 100 years old and is a key link between the north and south of the city.

Cultural things to do in Frankfurt

Cultural attractions in Frankfurt range from the classical to the contemporary. To learn about Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, Frankfurt’s most famous writer, explore the exhibits at the Goethe House and Museum, located in his birthplace.

Visit the Alte Oper (Old Opera) for a glimpse at this elegant Renaissance opera building. Spend a day at the Museumsufer – a district that is home to many Frankfurt museums – and discover a diversity of displays, from the interactive German Film Museum to the Jewish Museum. The Museum of Modern Art is an essential attraction in Frankfurt too, showcasing iconic works by 20th century artists like Andy Warhol.

Culture and Events

 ●… Berlin is one of the few cities that has three UNESCO World Heritage sites. In addition to the famous Museum Island and the Prussian palaces and gardens, the Berlin Modernist housing estates are also among them. Furthermore, the German capital has also been bestowed the title of UNESCO City of Design and is thus included in the UNESCO Creative Cities Network.
●… Berlin is the only city in the world that has three opera houses holding performances. The Deutsche Oper, the Staatsoper Unter den Linden and the Komische Oper offer more than 4,400 seats to their audiences. Berlin also has more than 150 theatres and live show stages catering to all genres.
●… Berlin is the only European city that has more museums than rainy days.On average there are 99 rainy days a year, and there are around 175 museums.
●… the Gemäldegalerie (portrait gallery) at the Kulturforum, which opened in 1998, unites the collections of the Bode Museum (in the former East) and the Gemäldegalerie in Dahlem (in the former West) that were separated when the city was divided.
●… Berlin with its roughly 300 galleries for classical modernism and contemporary art has the largest gallery scene in Europe.

 ●. … the world’s largest universal museum is being built on the Museum Island in the centre of Berlin.The Old National Gallery, the Bode Museum, the Old Museum and the New Museum with the world-famous bust of Nefertiti have already been renovated. The new James Simon Galerie connects four of the five buildings on the Museum Island. The north wing and the central section of the Pergamon museum are currently being modernised. Work is scheduled to be completed in 2023, after which the south wing will be renovated and the museum will be given a new fourth wing connecting the north and south wings.
●… the Jewish Museum has attracted around 12.1 million visitors annually to its exhibitions since opening on 13 September 2001? The building was designed by Daniel Libeskind and its shape is reminiscent of a destroyed Star of David. It is one of the most important examples of contemporary architecture.
●… in addition to the world famous collections, Berlin also has more unusual museums such as the Lippenstift Museum (lipstick museum), the Schwules Museum (gay museum), the Hanf Museum (hemp museum) and Urban Nation, the museum for urban contemporary art.
●… the largest Chinese garden in Europe is situated in Berlin. It is part of Marzahn’s leisure park and has an ensemble of ten ‘gardens of the world’. Visitors can take part in a tea ceremony in the Japanese garden. There are also Balinese, Korean and Middle Eastern gardens as well as an Italian Renaissance garden, shrub garden, Christian garden, English landscape garden and a maze. The 11th large theme garden is currently being created with a Jewish Garden. The opening is planned for 2021.
●… Berlin’s landmarks – such as the TV tower, the Brandenburg Gate, the Berlin Cathedral, the Victory Column and many other buildings – appear in a completely different light once a year? At the annual Berlin Illuminated and Festival of Lights events held in October, they are transformed into huge projection surfaces for original light installations. And how could it be otherwise: both events are of course among the largest light festivals in the world.
●… the Berlinale, one of the most popular film festivals in Europe, will already be 71 years old in 2021. As one of the top media events for the film industry, it attracts over 21,000 industry visitors and journalists from almost 130 countries each year. Berlin distinguishes itself from other film festivals by the large participation of the general public. Some 100,000 film lovers from Germany and abroad purchased 330,000 cinema tickets in 2020 (this does not include industry visitors).

Life in Berlin

●… the city had its highest number of residents in 1942. At that time 4,478,102 people lived in Berlin. Today there are more than 3.7 million.
●… for the 2019/20 winter semester a total of around 193,000 students are enrolled at the four universities, four universities of applied sciences and 30 private higher education institutions in Berlin.
●… Berlin is the most multicultural city in Germany. Of the approximately 3.7 million residents, 812,705 possess a foreign passport. People from 190 countries live in the city, of them around 71,000 are Polish and 106,000 are Turkish citizens.
●… there are more than 100 vegan or vegan-friendly restaurants in Berlin.Exclusively animal-free products and foods are also available in cafés, ice cream parlours supermarkets, butchers and even a vegan sex shop.
●… the Berlin dialect was particularly influenced by the Huguenots from the late 17th century. Some words have French origins: Budike (pub or shop), Boulette (meatball), Roulade (rolled cuts of meat) and Destille (pub). But other linguistic influences have left audible traces, such as from Hebrew (via Yiddish), in expressions such as Malochen (hard work), Schlamassel (misfortune) and Moos (money).
●… Berliners are devoted dog lovers. More than 107,700 dogs were registered in the city at the end of 2018. .

More Fun Facts

●… the feet of the “Goldelse” on the top of the victory column are 92 cm long. Converted this would correspond to shoe size 138!
●…there are over 250 weekly markets spread out across Berlin’s urban area. The Turkish Market on Neukölln’s Maybachufer is especially popular. Every Tuesday and Friday it offers an eclectic assortment of fruit and vegetables, Turkish specialities and colourful fabrics. On Saturdays, many market goers are drawn to Winterfeldtplatz in Schöneberg and Kollwitzplatz in Prenzlauer Berg. The products on offer range from organic produce and specialities from many countries, to felt shoes, handicrafts and natural cosmetics.
●… the international SOS emergency signal was agreed on at the World Radiocommunication Conference in Berlin in 1906.
●… the Berlin football club Hertha BSC, which was founded in 1892, was named after a pleasure boat that one of the co-founders took a trip on with his father.
●… the quadriga chariot on top of the Brandenburg Gate was stolen by Napoleon and taken to France in 1806. He transported the Berlin landmark there as a symbol of his victory over Prussia in the Battle of Jena-Auerstedt. It was brought back to Berlin after the victory of the European allies over Napoleon in 1814. Since then the quadriga has been nicknamed the tit-for-tat carriage. Despite rumours to the contrary, the quadriga has always pointed eastwards – towards the old city of Berlin.

●… Berlin is an in demand scenery for international films and series.”Babylon Berlin” was shot here, as was the fifth season of the US hit series “Homeland” and blockbusters such as “Inglourious Basterds” and “The First Avenger: Civil War”. A particularly popular film location was Peacock Island. It was the scenery for six Edgar Wallace films, including “Neues vom Hexer” and “Der Mönch mit der Weitsche”.
●… many names in the city have their origins in the days of Prussian kings and the House of Hohenzollern, for who only a few first names were in fashion over the last 300 years. These include Friedrichstadt and Friedrichstraße, Friedrichstadt-Palast and Friedrichswerder, Friedrichshain, Friedrichsfelde, Friedrichshagen, Wilhelmstraße and Wilhelmshagen.
●… the longest street in the city is the Adlergestell which stretches 11.9 kilometres from Adlershof to Schmöckwitz. And the shortest lane is the Eiergasse in the Nikolai quarter, which is only 16 metres long. The widest is not Breite Straße as the name ‘wide street’ suggests, but rather Straße des 17. Juni, which is 85.2 metres wide.
●… in the olden days, Berlin already ended at the Brandenburg Gate.The historical city border can still be recognised in the street names, such as Wallstraße, Mauerstraße, Linienstraße and Palisadenstraße. The former city gates are now predominantly preserved in the form of underground station names – Schlesisches, Kottbusser, Hallesches and Oranienburger Tor.
●… Berlin’s second highest elevation, the 120 metre-high Teufelsberg, consists of rubble. After the war, 26 million cubic metres of rubble were heaped here.
●… Berlin has the approximately the same width of London and the same length of Naples in Italy.
●… nine American presidents have visited Berlin since WWII? John F. Kennedy’s utterance “Ich bin ein Berliner” (“I am a Berliner”, 1963) and Ronald Reagan’s emphatic exclamation “Mr Gorbachev, tear down this wall!” (1987) are unforgettable.
●… visitors from West Berlin had to change at least 25 Deutsche Marks per day into East German Marks at an exchange rate of 1:1 when they visited the Eastern part of the city during the era of the Berlin Wall. Money not spent could not be exchanged back again. It could however be deposited at the border branch of the GDR state bank and withdrawn at the next visit. A visa cost five Deutsche Marks for tourists from West Germany, for West Berliners it was free of charge.
●…the first traffic lights in Europe were put into operation at Potsdamer Platz in 1924. A replica of the traffic light tower can still be admired there today.
●… with an area of 892 square kilometres Berlin is almost nine times larger than Paris.
●… four Germans set a Guinness World Record in November 2014. They travelled to all 173 Berlin underground stations in just 7 hours, 33 minutes and 15 seconds.

Located in Germany’s southwest region, Stuttgart is the capital of the German state of Baden-Württemberg, the largest city in that state, and the sixth largest city in Germany (pop. 609,219; 2.7 million in the greater region). Although Stuttgart is an industrial and commercial powerhouse (Bosch, Daimler/Mercedes-Benz, Dinkelacker, Porsche), it is still a scenic, very livable city, spread out over rolling hillsides and the Neckar river valley. Many observers call it a big-time city with a small-town feel.

Some Stuttgart History

Human settlements are known to have been located in the region as early as 90 C.E. The Stuttgart we know now was founded in the 10th century by Duke Liudolf of Swabia (Herzog Liudolf von Schwaben). The duke’s stud farm (Stuotgarte/”horse garden” in Middle High German) gave the city its name. That and the local cultivation of grapes, which has been documented as far back as 1108, kept people in the area until the major expansion of the House of Württemberg from 1219 onwards. In that year the settlement near the stud farm came into the possession of the Margrave of Baden, and Hermann V of Baden gave it the status of “Stadt” (town, city). In 1495 Stuttgart became a ducal residence city.

Like most of Germany’s larger cities, Stuttgart suffered significant damage during World War II. As a commemoration of the city’s people who died during the war, the rubble was transported to the Birkenkopf (a hill in the city center) increasing the height by around 40 meters. A plaque atop the recognizable chunks of buildings reads: “Dieser Berg nach dem Zweiten Weltkrieg aufgetürmt aus den Trümmern der Stadt steht den Opfern zum Gedächtnis den Lebenden zur Mahnung.” (English: This mountain, piled up after World War II from the rubble of the city, stands as a memorial to the victims and a warning to the living.) From the summit the view extends over the whole city, and on a clear day you can even spot the Schwarzwald (Black Forest).

Getting There

Stuttgart can be easily reached by air, rail, or car. If you’re driving, be prepared for traffic congestion as you approach the city, and stop-and-go traffic in the urban area. You may want to leave your car at your hotel and use the city’s excellent public transport system.

Air Travel
Stuttgart is served by Stuttgart Airport (Flughafen Stuttgart, IATA airport code STR), an international airport approximately 13 km (8 mi) south of the city center on land belonging mainly to neighboring towns. It takes about 30 minutes to travel between the airport and the city center using S-Bahn lines S2 or S3. Stuttgart airport is Germany’s only international airport with a single runway. Despite protests and local initiatives, surveys are currently underway to assess the impact of a second runway.

Rail Service
Stuttgart is now infamous for its “Stuttgart 21” railway station renovation and urban development project, which has run over budget and past its original deadline. Somewhat like Berlin’s notorious BER airport, the rail project that began in 2010 was originally scheduled to be completed in 2019, but the remodeled station is now projected to start operating in 2025 and run approximately 2 billion euros over the original budget. But travelers arriving at or departing from Stuttgart’s classic Hauptbahnhof (Central Rail Station) should experience little inconvenience. (See station photo above.)

As with most cities, it is best to avoid the roads during rush hours. The autobahns that serve Stuttgart, the A8 and A81, are frequently congested. Other routes out of the city include the B10 (for Esslingen) the B14 (for the Mercedes-Benz Museum, Böblingen) and the B27 (for Tübingen to the south and Ludwigsburg to the north). The almost continuous road construction in the city can mean that GPS (sat-nav) is sometimes less than useful.

Scenic Sights and Attractions (City Center)

Starting from north of the city center at the Hauptbahnhof (Central Train Station), the pedestrian/shopping boulevard known as Königstraße (King Street) extends southwestward for 1.2 kilometers (just under a mile). At about the halfway mark you’ll discover one of the city’s most popular landmarks, the Schlossplatz (Palace Square) with its lawns and fountains.

Walking down Königstraße into the heart of the city, it is hard to visit one of these central attractions and not trip over the others. The Altes Schloss (old palace) now houses the Landesmuseum and retains many of its original architectural features, including the galleried courtyard which hosts a huge tree and carol concerts at Christmas. The Neues Schloss (new palace) is predominantly used for governmental business, but tours can be made by special arrangement. The Schlossplatz is seen on almost every Stuttgart postcard. The expanse of green can rarely be seen in the summer under the weight of sunbathers and picnic blankets. Music events hosted at the Neues Schloss can also be heard from the Schlossplatz, so if you don’t have a ticket for the latest sold-out event, you could simply relax on the grass and listen free of charge. The Theater and Oper (opera) stand side-by-side and overlook the Eckensee (lake) and Oberer Schlossgarten (park). Guided tours of both buildings are available a few times a year.

Landesmuseum Württemberg
The Württemberg State Museum, located within the Altes Schloss, is devoted to the history, culture, folklore and architecture of the state, all recorded in the permanent collections, while other collections change frequently. The children’s museum is also housed here, and children under four get free entry. TIP: Should you find yourself in Stuttgart during a heat wave, you can access the museum for free, look out for the “Hitzefrei” (heatwave day) signs when temperatures exceed 25° Celsius (77°F).

Kunstmuseum Stuttgart
The Art Museum Stuttgart, featuring modern and contemporary works of art, stands prominently in the pedestrian zone on Königstraße at the Schlossplatz right in the center of the city. The museum is housed in a shining glass cube (designed by Berlin architects Hascher and Jehle) that reflects light during the day and glows from within at night. The new museum opened in 2005 as the successor to the Galerie der Stadt Stuttgart and its collection, including the most significant works of Otto Dix (1891-1969), one of the top artists of the New Objectivity (Neue Sachlichkeit) movement. The fantastic “Schwäbischer Impressionismus” (Swabian Impressionism) and the Stuttgart Avant-Garde are not to be missed. Besides art in permanent and revolving exhibitions, the museum is also home to the Cube, one of the best restaurants in the city, with great views of Stuttgart. The ground floor “o.T.” café/bar serves coffee until 4:00pm (with light snacks), wine and cocktails after that. The museum is open daily from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm Tuesday-Sunday 

Stuttgarter Markthalle
Delight your culinary senses at the Stuttgart Market Hall with a range of foods from around the world. Located just south of the Schlossplatz on Dorotheenstraße, records show a market present on the site from 1435. The current large indoor market is housed in an art nouveau building completed in 1914, restored after WWII damage in 1946. The Markthalle narrowly avoided being torn down in the 1970s, but gained listed-building/landmark status in 1978. If you are looking for a particular or specialist food, and a dose of history, this is the place to start. See the Stuttgart Markthalle website for more.

Mineralquellen/Bäder (Spas)
Home to the second largest collection of thermal baths in Europe, Stuttgart’s city center has three main facilities. Mineralbad Leuze with its newly renovated pools and extensive sauna complex is the most family friendly, MineralBad Cannstatt, smaller but perfectly formed, and Mineral-Bad Berg the most traditional of the three (recently renovated and reopened in 2018). While most public pools in Germany require swimsuits, and saunas mostly don’t, do be aware that the Schwabenquellen pool is a totally swimsuit-free facility except on specific Textilbadetage (“textile swim days”). Mineralwasserbrunnen (drinkable mineral-water fountains) are also available throughout the city. 

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Crown International has been founded over 15 years ago in the Netherlands. We are specialized in hotelroom and bathroom accessories. These products we do stock in our warehouse in The Netherlands. Having had the pleasure working with hoteliers and hotel chains in more then 80 countries we do understand the demand from a design as well as from a functional perspective.

Our range contains:

1) In-room accessories mainly made of PU-Leather: fire-resistant waste bins , welcome trays , organisers ,desk items and many more

2) Eectrical equipment: Ironing centres, hairdryers, electrical kettles. All of these do meet the highest international safety standards and each production run is tested by DEKRA

3) Bathroom hardware: towel rack, toilet roll holders, mirrors and many more 


At Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise company, we believe the most dynamic customer experiences happen at the Edge— Hotel & Resorts, Retail, Healthcare, Workplace etc. It’s anyplace work gets done and data is generated by users, devices, and things across your network. Our mission is to help customers capitalize on these opportunities by providing secure edge-to-cloud networking solutions. We use AI-based machine learning to deliver simpler, faster, and more automated networks that analyse data to help businesses thrive.

Aruba is the global leader in secure, intelligent edge-to-cloud networking solutions with the industry’s first AI-powered platform designed to unify, automate and protect the Edge. Aruba partners with hospitality organizations to enable frictionless and highly engaged guest, staff and workplace experiences that will drive recovery, loyalty and revenue. Investing heavily in the hospitality industry to assist moving to new business models and technology strategies, proven to accelerate global growth objectives. Aligning to cloud-enabled services architecture, incredible innovation and new product development, establishing key industry partnerships to further align to our customer’s digital transformation initiatives. We recognize the network infrastructure, security services and cloud enablement can unlock layers of business value in other enterprise investments such as other cloud services, guest identity, workforce identity, the digital marketing platform, analytics solutions, machine learning and more.

Our solution architecture is to deliver, execute and innovate, regardless of where you are in your next gen Guest and Staff services strategy and development. Allowing hoteliers to leverage digital transformation, cloud & edge platform enabled services, new cost effective workload processing, including rich analytics, AI, and ML. 


Smart infrastructure (SI) from Siemens makes the world a more connected and caring place – where resources are valued, where impact on the world is considered, where sustainable energy is delivered reliably and efficiently. It provides the flexible infrastructure to allow society to evolve and respond to changing conditions. SI addresses the urgent challenges of Urbanization and Climate change by connecting Energy systems, Buildings and Industries. Technology and the ingenuity of people come together to be at one with our environments and to care for our world. Siemens Smart Infrastructure is doing this from the macro to the micro level, from physical products, components and systems to connected, cloud-based digital offerings and services. Siemens offers a broad portfolio of grid control and automation; low- and medium-voltage power distribution, switching and control; and building automation, fire safety and security, HVAC control and energy solutions. The headquarters of Siemens Smart Infrastructure is located in Zug (Switzerland). The company employs worldwide approximately 71.000 employees.


Dometic is the world’s leading supplier of minibars to the hotel industry. Whether it’s the world’s only 7-star hotel or a family-run Bed&Breakfast, the hospitality industry trusts us to deliver high-quality and comfort-enhancing solutions for their guests. Today, you will find millions of our sophisticated minibars, convenience fridges and safes in thousands of hotels and other lodgings across the world – which we are very proud of. Know-how accumulated over 45 years, a track record of innovation as well as leading design solutions are the three main reasons for us being a market leader. “We are happy and proud to be sponsors of Leaders in Hospitality. Over the last 45 years Dometic has been a part of the hospitality industry and we are excited to join the platform to network with industry leaders. We look forward to this number one hospitality event in CEE-CIS.”

GranitiFiandre S.p.A.

GranitiFiandre S.p.A., is a company belonging to Iris Ceramica Group, leading manufacturer of high range porcelain stoneware. GranitiFiandre has a presence in over 110 countries throughout the world with a wide choice of solutions for floors and coverings which range from the contract to the wellness and residential industry, and from the medical to the leisure industry, responding to all building and living requirements. GranitiFiandre, through the Fiandre Architectural Surfaces brand, continued with undeniable success along a path marked by new goals to reach, consolidating its business in all the markets acquired over the years. Its commitment is based on over 50 years’ history, during which quality, skill and innovation went hand in hand, bringing the company into a predominant market position. Constant updating of the technological tools available to the company is what enables it to best protect the environment from the harmful effects of industrialisation, always focusing on new opportunities.


Company description: Adyen is the payments platform of choice for many of the world’s leading companies, providing a modern end-to-end infrastructure connecting directly to Visa, Mastercard, and consumers’ globally preferred payment methods. Adyen delivers frictionless payments across online, mobile, and in-store channels. With offices across the world, Adyen serves customers including Facebook, Uber, KLM, Booking.com, GetYourGuide, and vueling. As for the quote we would like to ask whether it’s possible to announce us as sponsor on your social media channels rather than a press release with a quote? We’re a first-time sponsor and think this would be a more relevant exposure for us. Please let us know what you think.

UnionPay International Co. Ltd

UnionPay International (UPI) is a subsidiary of China UnionPay focused on the growth and support of UnionPay’s global business. In partnership with more than 1800 institutions worldwide, UnionPay International provides high quality, cost effective and secure cross-border payment services to the world’s largest cardholder base and ensures convenient local services to a growing number of global UnionPay cardholders and merchants. To date, UnionPay International has enabled card acceptance in 170 countries and regions, covering 51 million merchants and 2.57 million ATMs. Over 7 billion UnionPay cards are issued in 48 countries and regions


Our course Bemeta is headquartered in the picturesque village of Žatčany in South Moravia. It was founded thirteen years ago by Mr. Zdeněk Žalkovský. Since that time the company has grown dynamically and currently has 70 employees that share a common goal – to deliver to its customers bathroom accessories of the highest possible quality.Nomination of successful BEMETA Omega product series in the competition ”Gold medal SHK” in the building fair in Brno 2007 is confirmation of our existing course. Our firm philosophy Permanent diversification of our assortment and by this increasing orientation to the customer belongs to our basic aims. We are convinced that brilliant solutions lie in simplicity. This philosophy can be understood as a reference point of our activities. Result of this idea are products with clear shapes, demanding and timeless design, use of quality materials and high user-friendliness. Realization of this philosophy in practice belongs to our most worthful fortune – our staff. It is commonplace for us to put maximum stress on professional qualification and personal development of our staff. BEMETA product series – trends for Your bathroom Bathroom importance growths constantly and today it belongs to the most important house areas – oasis of relaxation where everyday stress is released. Through our product series, we want to show you possibilities how to make an image of your bathroom. The aim of the Bemeta Company is to continually innovate and move forward. We collaborate with a Czech designers to develop new products. We recently unveiled three new lines of bathroom accessories: DARK (in ever popular black), VIA and NIKI. In 2017 you can look forward to a gradual change in our packaging.


Capital Financial Services SA, using Twispay as a brand, is a financial institution and e-money issuer, licensed by the National Bank of Romania, that provides acquiring and payment processing services. We are proud to be a payment facilitator for VISA and principal member of Mastercard. We offer a secure payment gateway, easy to integrate and developer friendly. Our platform enables business owners to process payments in any currency from customers across the globe, through virtually any payment method. Twispay’s Transaction Dashboard allows merchants to stay in charge of their finances, by giving them a complete overview of all the important performance indicators. The Custom Checkout offers a tailor-made experience and a personalized user experience with a completely customizable design. Twispay resonates with the high expectations oftoday’s hospitality industry and understands the need for a personalized, flexible and intuitive shopping experience. That’s why we help merchants to offer their clients the option to easily buy anytime and anywhere.

Alchemilla Luxury

The Alchemilla Luxury Hygiene Solutions have been created to respond the growing demand for hygiene, providing maximum safety in shared environments, representing the ideal solutions for those locations built to maximize customers experience.

A complete line of design solutions for dispenser holders of sanitizing gel and liquid soap, combine elegant design, technology and craftmanship, to create long lasting amazing aesthetic product with high quality materials forged by experienced manufacturing skill.

Like an art object with a practical function, the different finishes, from the most essential to the luxurious 24K gold, can match with any layout, contributing to the pleasant beauty of every different environment.

Elegance, simplicity and functionality are quintessential of the products Alchemilla’s team every day work for, in order to provide our customers reach the maximum satisfaction as possible, at all stage of the creation of every single piece of Alchemilla’s products.


Company profile: 

Hospitality Solutions for your digital guest journey: Digitalisation is advancing in the hotel industry. With over 20 years of experience and more than 1,000 installations throughout Europe, KraftCom is a game-changer in this sector. We support you as a renowned solution provider with diverse, individually combinable modules of our ASE® (Advanced Service and Entertainment) platform. For smart, intuitive processes. And for a state-of-the-art guest journey. KraftCom’s turnkey solutions will inform and entertain your guests via WiFi, InRoom Entertainment, digital signage, telephone systems, voice assistants, room control, service robots and much more. ASE covers all areas of your company’s digital guest communication, regardless of its size, fully scalable and versatile. From delivery, installation and configuration to a reliable service partnership after installation – KraftCom will ensure smooth operation through 24/7 service with fully trained, KraftCom employed associates.


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    The premium booking platform for hotels & resorts
    The award-winning Profitroom platform is more than just the highest converting booking engine on the market – it’s a powerful marketing automation tool, advanced channel manager and website builder all in one. It’s easy to use across multiple properties and your team will love the intuitive interface, no matter their experience level.
    Our comprehensive and easy-to-use platform will flex around your needs to elevate your direct booking game and deliver a brand experience your guests will remember! But it’s also all about results, which is why our award-winning Customer Success team will be working with you every day to use all that data coming in to drive conversions and performance.


    Company Profile:

    Allegrini was born in 1945, and with its presence in more than 47 countries in the world, today is a leading chemical company in Italy in the production of professional detergents and cosmetics for the hotel industry, with careful and respectful solutions towards the environment through a green applied philosophy at each stage of process.

    The Cosmetic Business Unit produces and supplies hotel amenities, both under its own brand and private labels, addressing the whole hotel world; as well as cosmetics and room fragrances also for the retail sector.

    Among the novelties, DPlanet – Do Not Disturb The Planet -, the revolutionary range of completely plastic-free solid cosmetics, formulated without the use of water and preservatives.

    Life Fitness

    As the fitness industry’s largest supplier of commercial equipment, Life Fitness draws upon its many years of experience to help customers create bespoke wellbeing offerings. Whether it’s adapting an existing space, launching a new gym, or providing in-room solutions, Life Fitness manages the process from start to finish; from equipment selection and layout, through to staff training and customer communications, the team can support the entire consumer journey. At Life Fitness, we also believe that people’s fitness experiences are personal to them, and through the use of data and insight, we can help hotels to gain a greater understanding of visitors, to ensure their wellbeing offering is aligned to guests’ wants and needs.



    Our goal is clear: we want to encourage everyone – from individuals to companies and government institutions – to use potable water more responsibly.

    As a knowledge hub, watersaving.com provides energy efficiency tips and key info on the sustainable use of natural resources and talks about specific water and energy saving solutions. In this way, each and every one of us can make a valuable contribution to climate and environmental protection – from our homes, in companies, or in public institutions. Every drop counts.

    Watersaving.com is an initiative of the Neoperl Group, which develops innovative solutions relating to all aspects of potable water. Whether faucet aerators, flow regulators, or check valves: these are all crucial to helping us use potable water as a resource more sustainably. 


    SNS Group is a manufacturer of upscale to luxury hotel furniture for the hospitality industry, with branch offices in Europe, Dubai, Egypt, Malaysia and USA, having its production facilities in Croatia, Serbia, Turkey and Indonesia.

    Along with our collection of contemporary furniture designed by Italian designer Marco de Masi, our main expertise is bespoke and casegoods furniture, made according to specific needs of the designers and clients, with broad capacities to deliver big quantities at fast track projects. The Company is oriented towards manufacturing tailor-made products for our exclusive clients, understanding the unique needs of each partner and proposing solutions accordingly, throughout the whole process, from the drawings to post-sale support.

    Long term and never compromised quality policy gives us the freedom to provide a “3-year manufacturer’s warranty” on all our products.


    TigerTMS has been servicing the hospitality industry for over 40 years. Our wealth of experience drives the delivery of world-class Hospitality Applications – transforming hotel operations and enhancing the guest experience for over 10,000 hotels.

    Our range of market-leading applications and middleware cover communications and guest management systems, integrated voice and data solutions, as well as the latest technology for the guests’ mobile device.

    TigerTMS is dedicated to helping clients enhance their performance, increase productivity and improve the guest experience.

    Range of solutions:

    • iLink: The world’s most widely deployed middleware solution, connecting TigerTMS products and hundreds of hotel applications with certified interfaces.

    • iCharge Enterprise: Communication Management with comprehensive data analytics and reporting.

    • innLine: Feature rich voice messaging and guest wake-up solution for superior guest engagement.

    • iPortal: The no download, zero footprint, self-build mobile guest service solution.

    • iSurf: WiFi management system providing all-in-one guest internet access service.

    • iGuest: Real-time guest information and notifications for Mitel PBX.


    SuitePad is a Berlin-based company that provides digital tablet solutions for hotel rooms that act as a digitalized version of the guest directory with the added benefit of increasing communication between hotel staff and guests. Using the SuitePad tablets in their rooms, guests can book spa appointments, order room service, book activities, and much more—all with the click of a button. SuitePads open up channels of communication between hotel staff and guests that are not available with simple, paper-based guest directories. Using the SuitePad Backend, hotel staff can send push notifications directly to the SuitePads in guests’ rooms, creating a new and more interactive way of up-selling through the hotel’s outlets.

    KEUK Group

    KEUK Group: Wo aus Visionen Wirklichkeit wird: Die KEUK Group ist ein Full-Service Dienstleister im Hospitality-Bereich mit Sitz in Swisstal. Zusammen mit der niederländischen Tochter triAV bedient das Unternehmen über Deutschlands Grenzen hinaus die gesamte Palette an zukunfssicheren Lösungen, die Hotel- und Residenzbetreiber heute benötigen. So wird mit KEUK Now modernste Event-, Veranstaltungs-und Konferenztechnik angeboten, die über Seminare, Workshops, Firmenpräsentationen bis hin zum multimedialen Bühnenevent incl. angeschlossener Künstleragentur reicht. Das Thema Digitalisierung im Hospitality-Bereich – von innovativen Signage Lösungen über zukunftsweisende Hospitality-TV Lösungen bis hin zur deren Verkabelung – deckt die KEUK Medientechnik ab. Zum Produkt- und Leistungsspektrum zählen ferner innovative Content-Management- sowie Infotainment-Systeme, die dank KEUK Inside – zuständig für den Objekt- und Möbelbau – fachgerecht verbaut werden. So entsteht ein Bindeglied zwischen zukunftssicherer Technik im Hospitality-Bereich und einem ansprechenden, stimmigen Hotel-Interieur – in der Lobby, dem Konferenzzentrum und in den Zimmern. Die Services und Produkte der KEUK Group – vom ersten On-Site Check über die Implementierung bis hin zu After-Sales Services stehen europaweit zur Verfügung.

    KEUK Group: Where visions become reality: KEUK Group is a full-service hospitality provider based in Swisstal, Germany. Together with its Dutch subsidiary triAV, the company covers the entire range of future-proof solutions for hotel and residence operators beyond Germany’s borders. KEUK Now, for example, offers state-of-the-art event and conference technology – supporting seminars, workshops and company presentations up to multimedia stage events, including an associated artists’ agency. Digitalization, increasingly important in the hospitality sector, is covered by KEUK Medientechnik and comprises innovative signage solutions and future-proof hospitality TV solutions as well as their cabling. The range of products and services includes furthermore innovative content management and infotainment systems, which are professionally installed thanks to KEUK Inside, responsible for contract and furniture manufacturing. This creates a link between future-proof technology in the hospitality sector and an appealing, coherent hotel interior, whether in the lobby, the conference center or in the rooms. The services and products of KEUK Group – from the initial on-site check to product implementation and after-sales services – are available throughout Europe. 


    Company Profile:

    Robotise manufactures and sells service robots for the hotel industry. JEEVES, the maxibar robot, replaces over 200 minibars and runs deliveries 24/7.


    Company Profile:

    Neolith is the world’s leading sintered stone brand. It’s a revolutionary and innovative architectural surface with superior technical characteristics made of 100% natural raw materials.

    Since its creation in 2009, Neolith has become the best solution for indoor and outdoor projects, combining an exquisite design and high-performance functionality.

    Neolith is synonymous to quality, versatility, durability and sustainability as well as class, elegance, style and subtleness. It was created to meet the most demanding needs in the world of architecture and interior design with all the different collections which are suitable for any type of application including kitchen countertops, bathrooms, facades, flooring and even furniture.

    As a sustainable and environmentally-friendly brand, Neolith’s ambition is to position itself as the number one choice around the world for professionals and consumers by helping to create unique spaces and generating extraordinary brand experiences.


    Antalis is part of the Kokusai Pulp & Paper group, a worldwide leader in Papers, Packaging and Visual Communication distribution headquartered in Japan and listed on the Tokyo Stock Exchange (ISIN JP3293350009) with JPY 545 billion* turnover in 2021. In Europe and Latin America, Antalis is the leading B2B distributor of products and services in Papers and industrial Packaging, and number two in the distribution of Visual Communication media. Headquartered in the Paris area (France), Antalis operates in 30 countries serving over 100,000 customers with a team of 3,800 employees and breakthrough e-commerce solutions. Our 93 distribution centers, focused on eco-responsibility, provide world-class services.

    *approx. €4.2 billion 


    Philips Professional Displays

    Philips Professional Displays (PPDS) entwickelt, produziert und vermarktet weltweit professionelle Displays der Marke Philips – dazu gehören professionelle TV-Geräte, Digital Signage- und Direct View-LED-Lösungen.

    Die Kombination aus dem Philips Markenversprechen und der Herstellerkompetenz bei Displays ermöglicht es PPDS, einen wettbewerbsfähigen und fokussierten Ansatz zu verfolgen, um innovative Produkte auf den Markt zu bringen – angefangen bei 10-Zoll-Touchscreens bis hin zu vielseitigen Direct View-LED-Displays. Mit den von uns entwickelten Lösungen, bieten wir sowohl Händlern als auch Endkunden vielfältige Möglichkeiten für jeden Einsatzbereich.


    RUCKUS delivers purpose-driven networks that offer the best possible performance for the unique needs of the hospitality industry. Together with our network of trusted go-to-market partners, we empower hospitality brands to deliver a differentiated level of connectivity to their guests and employees, no matter what. Because when “good enough” networking just isn’t good enough, hospitality leaders turn to RUCKUS. 


    Mews is a leading platform for the new era of hospitality. Over 3,000 properties in 70 countries are powered by Mews. The Mews Hospitality Cloud is designed to streamline operations for modern hoteliers, transform the guest experience and create more profitable businesses. Customers include Accor, Generator-Freehand, Nordic Choice Hotels, The Social Hub, Life House and Les Airelles. Mews has been named the World’s Best Independent Hotel PMS Provider by World Travel Tech Awards (2022) and won Best Place to Work in Hotel Tech (2021, 2022) from Hotel Tech Report. The company has offices in Europe, the United States and Australia. 


    IDeaS, a SAS company, is the world’s leading provider of revenue management software and services. With over 30 years of expertise, IDeaS delivers revenue science to more than 22,000 clients in 152 countries. Combining industry knowledge with innovative, data-analytics technology, IDeaS creates sophisticated yet simple ways to empower revenue leaders with precise, automated decisions they can trust. Results delivered. Revenue transformed. Discover greater profitability at ideas.com

    Hilding Anders

    Hilding Anders has been striving to help people get a good night’s sleep since 1939. What started in a carpentry workshop has grown to become one of the world’s largest sleep providers. We are proud to deliver bedding and sleep solutions for all needs- from the most basic to the most exclusive; from Scandinavia to Asia. Our roots and our headquarters are in Sweden, but our competitive strength is the 10 000 colleagues we have around the world. Unique local presence

    and global structure. Together we act as one global leader were knowledge of sleep and sleeping comfort along with a shared passion for well-being help us in improving lives through sleep.  



    Our goal is clear: we want to encourage everyone – from individuals to companies and government institutions – to use potable water more responsibly.

    As a knowledge hub, watersaving.com provides energy efficiency tips and key info on the sustainable use of natural resources and talks about specific water and energy saving solutions. In this way, each and every one of us can make a valuable contribution to climate and environmental protection – from our homes, in companies, or in public institutions. Every drop counts.

    Watersaving.com is an initiative of the Neoperl Group, which develops innovative solutions relating to all aspects of potable water. Whether faucet aerators, flow regulators, or check valves: these are all crucial to helping us use potable water as a resource more sustainably. 

    Schneider Electric

    Schneider Electric is leading the Digital Transformation of Energy Management and Automation in Homes, Buildings, Data Centers, Infrastructure and Industries. With global presence in over 100 countries, Schneider is the undisputable leader in Power Management – Medium Voltage, Low Voltage and Secure Power, and in Automation Systems. We provide integrated efficiency solutions, combining energy, automation and software. In our global Ecosystem, we collaborate with the largest Partner, Integrator and Developer Community on our Open Platform to deliver real-time control and operational efficiency. We believe that great people and partners make Schneider a great company and that our commitment to Innovation, Diversity and Sustainability ensures that Life Is On everywhere, for everyone and at every moment.