Lebanese dairy products were on full display at this year's HORECA trade show. Our favorite traditional products were transformed into new culinary delights, all of which would rival any gourmet offering. Here's what we found
There are many pillars of capital in a business, but the primary four in any successful business are Finance, Intellectual Property, Physical Assets and Human Capital. These can be equated to a table with four legs and similarly, if you remove any of them, the table will fall down. Businesses typically tend to focus on the first three, although Human Capital - the people who operate the business - is arguably the most important. Without it, there can be no company. Mark Dickinson of DONE! Hospitality Training Solutions tells us more
Hospitality News ME sat down with Dimitris Manikis, President & Managing Director for EMEA, Wyndham Hotels & Resorts for a one-on-one chat about the chain’s growth trajectory and franchising in the Middle East
Levantine cuisine ranks among the latest trends that the restaurant world is witnessing right now. However, before figuring out what’s behind its rise in popularity, the ‘Levantine’ concept itself needs clarifying. Nagi Morkos, managing partner at Hodema consulting services, explains
The hospitality industry continues to provide fertile ground for aspiring leaders, especially in the Middle East. The 2019 Hospitality News ME Careers & Education report looks at the trends taking place throughout the industry and the shifts that are truly making an impact...
Can buyers combine getting the best value for money with satisfying consumer demand for healthier options or do they need to spend more to do so? HN gets to the bottom of the organic meat question: what is it and is it really more beneficial for our health?
Lebanon's great potential, touristic advantages and unique assets make it a one-of-a kind destination in the region. But when can we expect the next all-important step in tourism develpment? Ralph Nader, CEO of Amber Consulting, issues an urgent wake-up call
Key ApartHotel Beirut has managed to offer its guests a unique aspect while steering away from the monotony that often creeps into a structure’s design. HN finds out how
Striving to constantly experiment with new ideas and concepts, Bleu decided to engage local artisans in a collaboration aimed at growing Lebanon’s underdeveloped pottery and furniture manufacturing industries by bringing traditional and contemporary creations to the forefront of the F&B scene
Fulcrum; LBACC’s restaurant management division at Rafic Hariri International Airport, had good reason to celebrate this year after being awarded the highest number of gold medals at Salon Culinaire and third place in the Lebanese Barista Championship. Executive chef Camille Wehbe was also awarded as an active member of the Académie Nationale de Cuisine, Ile de France, at HORECA 2019
The new hotel will be an addition to the group’s portfolio of almost 100 hotels in operation and under development across 32 countries in Africa.