There is just one week to go until the Hostech conference returns, showcasing the latest tech and digital innovations in hospitality.

The line-up features leaders and specialists from Itsu, BrewDog, Burger King, Gail’s Bakery, Crosstown Doughnuts, Chopstix, Boparan and BAO.

BrewDog Bars CEO James Brown will discuss how new flexible ways of working are appealing to a mobile-native generation.

Also joining the line-up is JP Then, the co-founder of Crosstown Doughnuts and online ordering system Slerp.

Itsu’s chief customer officer Neil Miller returns to Hostech in 2023 to update on the brand’s digital transformation.

Gail’s head of ecommerce Rosie Hill will provide an exclusive presentation exploring the brand’s digital transformation over the past year.

Burger King’s Tim Love will update us on the brand’s app-based rewards scheme.

Abokado, BAO and Chopstix will talk data capture, segmenting consumers, and targeting customers with bespoke promotions.

The rise of the robots will be covered by Boparan Restaurant Group, Karikuri and Din Tai Fung.

Paul Hopper founder of HOP Vietnamese will share why technology is the backbone of the brand’s operating model.

Mollies Diner MD Darren Sweetland will discuss the importance of appealing to Mollies’ tech-savvy demographic.

Elsewhere Inamo’s Lee Skinner and Noel Hunwick will showcase their experiential tech-restaurant group Inamo world first fully touch-sensitive tables.

Wonderland Restaurants’ James Bulmer will describe how the state-of-the-art, immersive technology and multi-sensory fine dining collide at Park Row.

Net Zero Now’s Simon Heppner will explain how operators can utilise technology to reduce their carbon impact.

To book your tickets for the conference, which takes place at the Ham Yard Hotel on 8 February, click here