A. Ronai creates interactive stand for Hotel Show

A. Ronai's pink aprons, in support of the Pink Brigade initiative, can be seen made live at The Hotel Show

A. Ronai's stand at The Hotel Show.
A. Ronai's stand at The Hotel Show.

A. Ronai LLC has created a full interactive workshop for The Hotel Show 2016.

The company's managing director Gavin Dodd said: "The idea was to create a workspace. Within this space, we have David Sprake’s (design and production manager) desk, some of our previous work, a fabrics store, a sample of our garmets and patterns, and our cutting table."

A. Ronai, which is supporting The Pink Brigade initiative, is also using the workspace to sew some of the aprons for the campaign (seen in image).

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The aprons, available for AED 50, are available to buy at the show, with all proceeds going to Pink Caravan, a nationwide initiative launched by the Friends of Cancer Patients (FoCP).

Dodd revealed to Hotelier that the company will be launching its new uniform catalogue next year, at The Hotel Show 2017.

He commented on the increased competition in the market and said: "It’s a very difficult market to break into; we did it 25 years ago and it was hard. You need to have a full set-up here: you need to have tailors, you need to have designers, you need to have warehouse people and if you haven’t got all of that, it’s very hard."


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