The specialty coffee segment has become a key driver of growth in the UAE’s F&B. In Dubai, we have been seeing a demand for high grade, premium coffee.
Boosting staff morale is essential during these challenging times and as a result we’re working to ensure we go that extra mile to create a warm and positive working environment
HE Reem Al Hashimy, UAE Minister of State for International Cooperation and Director General, Expo 2020 Dubai, said: “Over the last several weeks, we have been consulting with key UAE and international stakeholders to review the ongoing impact of COVID-19 on our plans and preparations for Expo 2020 Dubai.”
The project will bring 389 rooms and suites. It will also feature five food and drink outlets, as well as a gym, a spa, and pools. The hotel will also be home to three meeting rooms.
We are mostly targeting business and groups, however, we can see that the customer to customer GCC market is showing as much interest.
The team was led by Emirates Culinary Guild President and Director of Kitchens – Radisson Blu Deira, Chef Uwe Micheel and was supported by Thomas Haller, Chef Norbert Girnth, and President of the Syrian Chefs Guild Majed Al Sabagh.
7 Management’s multifaceted experience and innovative concepts were the key ingredients that drove the business into the UAE F&B industry.
He has more than 30 years of experience in the industry, having held several leadership roles with hotel companies such as Accor and Sofitel.
The flagship property in the region will open its doors in the coming summer along the banks of the Dubai Creek, minutes away from Burj Khalifa.
AWJ Investments will expand Operation Falafel restaurants in three global capitals: New York, London and Paris. The first expected in Q2 of 2020 in NYC.