ATM 2021 will also play an integral role in Arabian Travel Week and for the first time, a new hybrid format will mean a virtual ATM running a week later to complement and reach a wider audience than ever before.
Youmna Ziadé Karam and Michelle Gebeily launched Kitchenlab (Lebanon) in 2013 as a place offering hands-on and virtual cooking classes. Recently, the duo has teamed up with talented developer and cooking instructor Reem E. Azoury, who brings a wealth of experience to the mix. Together, they are working on the launch of a new meal kit delivery concept called Kit-Lab. We speak to Lamia Maatouk, GM at KitchenLab, to learn more.
The winners were announced online through a promotional video dubbed under the title ‘Middle East Winners Day,’ hosted by Katie Jensen of Dubai Channels Network.
The Syndicate of Owners of Restaurants, Cafés, Night-Clubs and Pastries in Lebanon and Hospitality Services in collaboration with Apave, come to the rescue of the Beirut’s restaurant sector with NUSANED.
The planet-conscious collection incorporates real ingredients that are roasted, ground, steeped and mixed into each blend for an exquisite and delicious treat.
Future Hospitality Summit (FHS)– the hybrid virtual conference developed to explore big ideas and tackle the challenges facing the hospitality industry, kicked off its comprehensive and carefully curated three-pillar program yesterday, 26thof October.
The final deadline for presenting the projects is Thursday 17th December 2020 by 1.59PM UTC.
The conversation, broadcasted worldwide, looked into the compelling topic of sustainability from a very specific perspective: how the luxury segment of the F&B and hospitality industry is working to improve environmental sustainability.