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New course: Espresso coffee fundamentals with Hugh Kelly

Posted by Emily Marr on Jul 20, 2018 9:28:24 AM

Coffee, liquid sustenance, brewed perfection, no matter what you call it, there's always one person behind the perfect cup: the barista. 

With more than 400 billion cups of coffee consumed each year across the globe, it's no wonder cafes, restaurants and bars need a well-trained barista to make their coffee perfectly.

But mastering the craft of making coffee isn't easy, it consists of many components, key techniques, and some espresso coffee fundamentals.

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Topics: Tips for front of house, Tips for baristas, Typsy news

A better Typsy experience has arrived

Posted by Emily Marr on Jul 6, 2018 1:28:54 PM

Like anyone in the hospitality business, we strive to bring you, our customers, the best which is why you may find that things are looking different.

Over the past few months, we’ve planned, designed, tested, stayed up late and had one too many coffees, all to bring you a new and improved Typsy experience. We promise it's been well worth it!

From start to finish, we’ve had one goal in mind – ensuring the Typsy platform is easy to use and accessible as possible. In fact, you'll find that Typsy runs smoother and faster than ever!

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Topics: Hospitality training, Tips for owners, Typsy news, Product Features

New course: Hosting with Kate Edwards

Posted by Emily Marr on Jul 3, 2018 10:52:51 AM

Remember the last time you ate dinner at a sit-down restaurant? Think about the person who greeted you at the door, chatted with you, took you to your table and made you eager for your meal. That person was the host

It may have looked like an easy task, but to be a successful host you need to know how to communicate with guests effectively and politely all while ensuring they have a good time. It's about making positive lasting impressions that will have customers coming back time and again.

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Topics: Tips for front of house, Customer service, Tips for owners, Typsy news

New course: Mise en place with Alastair McLeod

Posted by Emily Marr on May 18, 2018 9:06:19 AM

Keeping your kitchen clean and tidy will not only keep stress levels down during busy service times but also enable you to find ingredients and utensils quickly and easily. The simple art of Mise en place will help you declutter your kitchen, so you and your team can get plates out to your customers quicker.

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Topics: Tips for back of house, Tips for owners, Typsy news

New mentor session: John Lawson

Posted by Emily Marr on May 3, 2018 11:56:22 AM

In our mentor sessions, you can join hospitality industry leaders as they give a behind the scenes tour of their careers.

This week we are pleased to announce the release of John Lawson's mentor session - Focusing on food for health.

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Topics: Hospitality career advice, Typsy news

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