As a manager, oversight is key. With everything from staff, to products, to quality control and presentation －the seemless execution of business falls to you. This is a tall order, especially in the food industry where timing and quality are everything.
Restaurant decor is tricky. The more time you spend ruminating on that statement, unfortunately the truer it is. When it comes to redecorating, renovating or designing from scratch, there are so many things to take into consideration it can overwhelm the senses.
There are many things that set five star hotels apart from their lower-tiered competition. Among these is the quality of linens provided to guests.
Like any good hospitality manager, you’re always on the lookout for innovative ways to provide memorable dining experiences for guests. If so, then reusable napkins like these from MYdrap should definitely be on your radar. Here are four reasons why hospitality managers often opt for these reusable napkins.
Guest satisfaction is among the top priorities for hotel managers. Satisfied guests share their experience with friends, leave good reviews and often repeat their visits. One way to increase the chances of overall guest satisfaction is to welcome them in style.
Here, we share three ways you can make a great first impression on your hotel guests.
How is the hospitality industry expected to change in 2017, and how will these changes affect event planners and hospitality managers? We discuss four big hospitality trends and what they could mean for you here.
Experienced event planners and hospitality managers know well that, despite careful planning and preparation, event set up often runs behind. They also know it’s simply not possible to assist staff with setting tables when they are being pulled into a hundred different directions.
When company leaders decide they are going to host an event for guests outside of the organization, they often agree that they must uncover subtle ways to showcase their brand. Anything too obviously promotional, they concur, could come across as pushy.