Socially conscious restaurant operators consider the cost of responsible business, ahead of GRIF 2019
HORECA Lebanon Barista judge Anthony Bedoyan spills the beans , and Emma Sade, winner HORECA Lebanon Barista Competition 2017, talks about a different take on coffee preparation
While looking to adopt a healthier lifestyle, Raquel Magalhães found herself driven by a desire to disseminate the tea culture and its innumerable possibilities in recipes. As a result, she became a tea sommelier and university instructor...
While classics such as espresso, Arabic, or 'kahweh', and Turkish coffee remain deeply entrenched in the regional café culture, there are always new takes and twists on our favorite beverage, reflecting changing times, tastes and attitudes. Maya Bekhazi Noun, founder and managing director of The Food Studio, highlights this year’s most significant trends making waves across the wonderful world of coffee
There’s a lion on the street! Or so they say. Business is down, the market is tough and everyone is struggling. Do you take precautions and wait for the crisis to pass or run outside with a smartphone camera, take a picture or a video of the lion and make sure your brand appears in the shot? Mark Dickinson of DONE! Hospitality Training Solutions shows us how to detect an opportunity and dare to be different
This brings the group’s portfolio to 84 hotels and more than 20,000 rooms in operation and under development across the Middle East region.
Highlighted topics will include the evolution of the industry, ‘The Convenience Revolution’, and young disruptors.
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