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New course: Housekeeping practices with Loki Basireddy

Posted by Camille Tissot on Dec 11, 2019 11:46:58 AM

From learning all about the best practice process for entering a guest room to understanding how important it is to clean and tidy your guests room, being a housekeeper requires an eye for detail and a love for perfection. Housekeeping is also being meticulous to help providing your guests with the best experience. 

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Topics: Hotels, Typsy updates, Managers, Restaurants, Bars

New course: Housekeeping principles with Hannah Crowley-McClelland

Posted by Camille Tissot on Dec 4, 2019 4:42:55 PM

From learning all about hygiene and safety to knowing your equipment and preparing your cart, being a great housekeeper requires you to know all the housekeeping basics if you want to provide the best guest experience possible. Housekeeping isn't just making beds. It's the grounds of a successful venue. 

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Topics: Hotels, Typsy updates, Managers, Restaurants, Bars

Restaurant forecasting tips for 2020

Posted by Ana Cvetkovic on Nov 20, 2019 1:07:54 PM

As the year ends, it’s time to analyze your restaurant’s profits and losses to make the best business decisions possible in 2020. While reviewing past sales data and historic patterns can help you foreshadow future revenue, they don’t paint the whole picture. It’s also important to consider how external factors can influence sales forecasts.

In this guide to restaurant forecasting, we’re explaining what restaurant forecasting is, why it’s an important exercise to do, how to analyze your restaurant profitability in 2019, and which external factors you should incorporate into your forecast for 2020. We foresee sunny days in your restaurant’s future!

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Topics: Managers, Restaurants

The perks of being a dog-friendly venue

Posted by Kacey Bradley on Nov 13, 2019 2:27:19 PM

As the old saying goes, dogs are a man's best friend. Many people would even consider them a member of their family. Naturally, many dog-lovers want to bring their furry family members with them to lunch, the grocery store or even on vacation. Venues that welcome these four-legged visitors are the obvious solution.

In this blog post, we look at some benefits of having a dog-friendly venue and give you some ideas on how to transform your venue into a warm place for dogs. 

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Topics: Hotels, Restaurants

How to write a hospitality cover letter

Posted by Conrad Benz on Nov 8, 2019 12:40:19 PM

Whether you want to work in a restaurant, a hotel, or a tour company, your cover letter is one of the first things any hiring manager in the hospitality industry will look at. That’s why you must make a great first impression and show employers what you can bring to the table.

In this blog post, we look at three writing tips that will help you perfect your cover letter. 

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Topics: Career tips, Hotels, Staff, Restaurants, Training