ABOUT THE FAB SUPERSTARS AWARDS
Entries are now closed for the FAB Superstars Awards, the first virtual edition of the FAB Awards for employees in the food & beverage sector in the airport community and other travel-related sectors. These awards will shine the spotlight on the thousands of front-of-house and behind the scenes heroes and heroines who have helped keep the food & beverage community within our industry going throughout the pandemic.
Hosted by The Moodie Davitt Report, with support from digital, design and communications agency FILTR.Qingwa, this free to enter event is run in collaboration with an advisory committee of travel retail Food & Beverage specialists to judge the awards.
Our advisory committee and judges are industry consultants Nick Inkster, who spent 25 years in senior roles with SSP; Kevin Zajax, CEO at Ground Control Global and former CEO & Managing Director at Emirates Leisure Retail; and US airport commercial management consultant, Alan Gluck.
The Awards will be presented on Thursday 14 October during the Virtual Travel Retail Expo 2021. Please click here for more information on this event.
Please note: The deadline for submissions was 10 September 2021
FAB, conceived, owned and organised by The Moodie Davitt Report, is the only event dedicated to the burgeoning airport food & beverage business. Since its launch in 2011, FAB has flourished and became renowned as the key global gathering for a constantly evolving sector, serving as a litmus test of its challenges, opportunities and quality aspirations.
The event brings together senior executives from airports and food & beverage concessionaires worldwide as well as varied industry partners, including design agencies, research companies and technology providers and this year, will take place during the Virtual Travel Retail Expo 2021 on Thursday 14 October.
Please note: In line with the celebration of people and the good that we can do, all and any profits from the FAB Superstars Awards will go to charity, including Gavi – a global alliance that protects half the world’s children through vaccination. Since Gavi was established in 2000, its mission to save lives, reduce poverty and protect the world against the threat of epidemics has helped vaccinate more than 822 million children in 77 countries.