At Typsy we strive to bring you content that will not only benefit you but will benefit the business you work for. That's why we've gone ahead and made sure all of our current and future courses are globally recognized by the Institute of Hospitality.
When you think of the most popular drinks consumed around the world, water coming in at number one probably doesn't surprise you. But what about tea coming in at number two? Yep, before coffee, wine and beer comes the humble cup of tea.
It could be because it comes in so many flavours, it could be because it's been consumed for centuries. There's no definite answer but, one thing we know for sure... taking advantage of this booming tea trend is a must for any hospitality business.
MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA, DECEMBER 4 2018: Hospitality training and learning experience platform, Typsy has today announced it has hit a sleuth of new milestones, including expansion into international markets, strategic C-level appointments, and strong growth figures.
Hospitality EduTech startup showcases strong growth and market expansion as it tackles global talent shortage
Rapid growth and adoption by hospitality leaders across the world has seen Typsy raise more than $10M AUDin funding to date, with funding from world’s leading hospitality school
Key C-level hires from Vanguard and LinkedIn Learning (formerly Lynda.com) to support next phase of growth
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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 Reif Othman's mentor session - Making the cut in the kitchen. Follow Reif on his journey to become one of the most sought-after chefs in the world.
Working in the hospitality industry means being on the move from the moment you clock on to the moment you clock off. Often it seems there is no time for stressing about hazards around the workplace. But, relying on people to put items away properly or clean up spilled goods isn't always the best practice.
The International Labour Organization estimates that 2.3 million people succumb to work-related accidents or diseases every year. Fortunately, there are simple ways to protect yourself and your teammates to ensure that injuries on the job are avoided.