The Secret Etiquette of the Slopes: Expert Tips for Being a Respectful Skier
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Skiing and snowboarding are exhilarating winter sports that draw enthusiasts from around the world to the stunning slopes of snow-covered mountains. While safety regulations are crucial for a smooth experience, there exists an unspoken code of etiquette that adds an extra layer of harmony to the snowy landscapes. Gary Clark, expert in gap year adventures and Academy Director at Basecamp commented: “The notion that in order to be a respected skier or snowboarder, you have to go fast down the mountain couldn’t be further from the truth. Completely the opposite. Being able to follow mountain etiq ..read more
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Uncovered: Secret Spots on the European Slopes and How to Find Them
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Visiting all the trendy spots at a ski resort is exciting, but have you thought about tasting the mouth-watering traditional dishes, experiencing après-life like a local, and going off the beaten track for a view worth the trek? According to Forbes, in 2024, people will be prioritising authentic travel experiences that connect them with local cultures, fuelling a highly sustainable travel trend. Gary Clark, Academy Director at ski instructor course provider, SIA Austria said: “Most of the ski resorts on our list are nestled in ancient villages that boast a long history and traditions. While bl ..read more
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CALLING ALL CULINARY STARS: S.PELLEGRINO YOUNG CHEF ACADEMY COMPETITION OPENS APPLICATIONS TO THE SIXTH EDITION INVITING THE UK’S MOST TALENTED YOUNG CHEFS TO ENTER
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Applications for the S.Pellegrino Young Chef Academy 2024-25 are now open UK chefs aged under 30 have until 21st June to apply Prestigious culinary competition encourages young talent to ‘bring their best to the table’ and will shine a spotlight on the best global culinary talents of the future Winner of the UK Regional Final will go on to compete in the Global Finale, with the overall winner being crowned the ‘Best Young Chef in the World’   LONDON 28th February 2024: Young chefs across the UK are now able to apply to the sixth edition of the S.Pellegrino Young Chef Academy Competitio ..read more
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INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY AT MONTCALM EAST Feminine Leadership for Inclusivity Panel Discussion
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This International Women’s Day, Montcalm East will host a panel discussion focusing on feminine leadership for inclusivity in business. Join a panel discussion of industry experts, in celebration of International Women’s Day, where leaders in hospitality, business and arts will discuss how bringing more feminine leadership qualities into business can enhance collaboration and inclusivity, creating an impactful change. The panel will be chaired by Tiffany Kelly, CEO and Founder of Beyond Bamboo Global, global experts in planet-conscious procurement and the only organisation offering both consul ..read more
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Can Wellness Breaks Be Affordable?
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Mental health is a conversation that requires continued awareness and support, especially with the NHS helping five million patients access care in 2022/23, which is an increase of more than a million in half a decade. This is where wellness breaks and retreats have gained traction, with the most significant drawback being their association with being expensive and out-of-reach for everyday working people. But with so many searching for a way to reduce levels of stress and improve their mental health, is there a way to make wellness breaks affordable? There are several ways to make sure the al ..read more
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Fancy a Scottish? How Scottish Cuisine Has Taken Over the Globe
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What is the first thing that comes to mind when you hear Scottish cuisine? When thinking of Scottish delicacies, many might think of a fried Mars bar or traditional haggis, but there’s plenty more this country produces. Scotland boasts some of the world’s most renowned culinary delicacies that have made their way to all corners of the world. According to HMRC’s latest statistics, overseas exports of Scottish food and drink were worth a record £8.1 billion in 2022, an increase of 30.6% since the same period in 2021. Darren Sivewright, Group Innovation Manager at Baxters of Scotland said: “Scotl ..read more
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Nespresso Professional launches new Brazil Organic coffee to expand its Origins range
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The flavours of Brazil are joining Nespresso Professional’s organic portfolio. ‘Made with Care’ the pure Arabic blend with sweet notes echoes its origin. Available from Monday 4th March 2024 for Nespresso Professional customers.   Nespresso Professional has announced the launch of a Brazil Organic capsule, a new pure Arabica blend developed exclusively to complement the existing Origins Organic range, available from 4th March 2024. The new Brazil capsule will join flavours from Peru, Congo, and Colombia as an addition to the collection. All four professional Origins Organic coffees are ..read more
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Hotel revenue management strategies: using data to drive profitability
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There is a popular saying in business that ‘volume is vanity, profit is sanity’. Swap ‘revenue’ for ‘volume’ and the expression rings equally true for hospitality. As hoteliers, we are in the business of delivering profit; and sitting at the centre of this effort should be the revenue manager and his or her team. I always say to my students that we got the name wrong when we first defined the revenue manager. They should be called profit managers, because it is profitability that counts to owners, investors and shareholders. And by this I mean Gross Operating Profit. How the business is funded ..read more
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Award Winners crowned at 2024 Hospitality Awards
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Winners have been announced at the fifth Hospitality Awards, organised by The Southampton Region Hoteliers Association. The awards celebrated the high achievers and teams that amplify the best hospitality has to offer in the city region on 23rd February.   Held at Novotel Southampton and hosted by Zoe Hanson from The So SO Show, 150 people attended the awards which saw nine winners crowned from three finalists in each category. Guided by with the Novotel Southampton team, City College catering and hospitality students supported kitchen and waiting staff, giving them first hand experience ..read more
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Aria Care Group launches ‘Chef Academy’ apprenticeship programme
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One of the UK’s leading care groups has launched a new apprenticeship academy for budding chefs. Aria Care Group has partnered with Lifetime, a leading training provider, to offer its Chef Academy, in response to industry-wide challenges in recruitment. The academy aims to support people with their development and career prospects and nurture Aria’s own homegrown culinary talent. As a rolling programme, the apprenticeship is open to people of all ages, offers nationally recognised qualifications and the opportunity to learn more about the hospitality industry, which people can join throughout ..read more
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