Hospitality is based on the way of living, sharing life process among the community from different aspects, such as:
• Health care
• Implementing and providing food & beverage
• Social treatment and behavior
As a writer, I have lots of skills which restaurants can utilise in their marketing. Indeed I have been asked to collaborate with numerous restaurants and outlets to help promote their opening, change of menus, new dishes, events and general marketing.
Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is a relatively new and handy tool that has internet advertisers and marketers excited.
The power of the blog is infinite. A blog is short for ‘web-log’ and is exactly what the name implies, i.e. a descriptive piece of text written on an electronic social media platform rather like a high tech diary/journal entry.
The culinary world is especially sensitive to trends. Although some restaurants and chefs are strong traditionalists when it comes to their menus, many more cater to customers who want to try something new from time to time.
This is something that everyone endures at some time in their writing careers. It can happen often for some, while some may not suffer for long periods of time. I'm talking about the dreaded 'writer's block', and yes it has even afflicted yours truly!
There are many challenges that I experience as a writer. Here are 5 of the challenges I face regularly!
Keeping staff is a challenge for any business. Keeping quality staff is a bigger challenge, especially in the hospitality industry, where quality staff and consistency are constantly scrutinised.
In any business, it's vital to keep staff happy to avoid staff turnover and to build a strong team. The hospitality industry can at times be particularly stressful - and building a great kitchen team is never easy!