Islamabad Eat Festival Started with the aim of #DontSpeakJustEat
Pakistan’s largest food platform ‘EAT’ returns with the introduction of Islamabad Eat from 10th to 12th November 2017 at Jinnah Convention Centre Islamabad, marking the fifth consistent year of the platform. So #DontSpeakJustEat.
The first day of #IsbEat opened with patrons coming from all over Islamabad and Rawalpindi to the largest food fiesta consisting of 50 food i.e. Kiosks – mini cafes – stalls, where kiosks such as Karamel, Noors Kitchen, Jessie’s, Tuscany Courtyard, Wingitt, Tempura, Sexy Sajji, Suki Sushi and Murasaki Japanese sold out their stocks before the close of day one. In addition to this, in association with one of Pakistani’s leading college of tourism & hotel management – COTHM conducted several food competitions and professional chef demos throughout the day.
In terms of further patrons and sponsors, the success of Eat Festival continues to prompt food sector associates to grow in their engagement of the platform to bigger audience members, marketing campaigns and promotional activities sharing a common vision with the Eat Festival to develop and promote Pakistan’s eatery industry. In this same spirit, this year the Eat Festival welcomed Faysal Bank as the platforms Platinum sponsor, 7UP as the Exclusive Beverage Partner, Radio1 FM91 as the Official Radio Partner, Mindmap as the Official Digital Partner, OUR Solution as the Official Public Relations Partner.
The brain child of CKO Event Architecture, now in its fifth year running this annual event has become the largest food Festival in the country and draws in a crowd of over 100,000 people. Eat festivals focus on details which no other festival would consider. The purpose behind it is of course to create an experience which is as inclusive as possible whilst maintaining the original concept.