Catering has become a sophisticated business, with boutique companies rigorously tailoring their services to meet the needs of ever-demanding consumers. We asked seven big names on the Middle East’s catering scene to tell us about their concepts and the challenges of operating amid a global pandemic.
The appointment confirms Barceló’s growth strategy to expand the company footprint across the region over the next years.
HN speaks to Christine Assouad, founder and CEO of The Catalyst of Growth, to learn more about her “Home in a Bite project” and how it’s bringing a piece of Lebanon to the UAE and the Gulf.
This hotel marks the 75th La Quinta property to open since Wyndham acquired the brand in 2018. It adds 100 rooms to the inventory.
This is a chance to rethink and restart tourism. Our sector will recover. It is resilient and able to adapt.
One of the main objectives in his new role will be to reinforce the hotel as a renowned culinary and lifestyle destination.
U-Food, a distributor of international FMCG products, has established itself as a market leader over the past 27 years. The firm imports goods from over 20 countries and represents around 50 renowned multinational food companies. Here, Mazen Noureddine, general manager of U-Food, tells us more about the road to success and upcoming projects.