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New course: Sales techniques for F&B staff with Roger Beaudoin

Posted by Camille Tissot on Jan 20, 2020 9:12:49 AM

Selling food and beverage items requires a certain knowledge of your products as well as sales techniques. Roger Beaudoin takes you through the world of food & beverage sales techniques. From adopting a sales mindset to understanding your role in sales, you will learn how to avoid common mistakes and make better sales in your venue.  

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Topics: Hotels, Typsy updates, Restaurants, Bars

10 hospitality podcasts to listen to in 2020

Posted by Camille Tissot on Jan 17, 2020 2:15:00 PM

In a world where time is precious, podcasts can turn your boring commute into an interesting and time-worthy one. Whether you are on your way to work, preparing for your shift or exploring the world, podcasts can teach you a lot of things that you might not know about. It’s also a great way to learn about industry-leaders and acquire knowledge from them while managing a busy schedule.

We’ve put together a list of hospitality podcasts to help you become a master at your job, achieve your 2020 goals and have a good laugh too.

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Topics: Career tips, Staff, Restaurants

4 do’s and don'ts of great video training

Posted by Olivia Shainin on Jan 7, 2020 5:00:00 PM

When delivering training to your staff or students, it is important to keep in mind that the content has the greatest impact when what is delivered is both timely and relevant to your intended audience. To further the idea of delivering relevant content to your staff, custom content filmed at your venue can be both engaging and fun!

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Topics: Hotels, Insights, Schools, Restaurants, Training, Bars

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