You may have already noticed but things have been getting … interesting in the food world. Take a recent example from fall 2019, when social media blew up over chicken sandwiches, a long-standing fast-food staple that, thanks to clever marketing, sparked an online frenzy between competing chains.
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Ahead of the New Year, Johnson & Wales University’s Michael Sabitoni laid out what he predicts the top beverage trends for 2020 will be. Take a look at what he thinks industry professionals should be on the lookout for in 2020.
This past October, Jamie Fredericks ’18 MS – Hospitality presented her findings on multigenerational workforce training at the Global Food and Beverage Association’s 2019 G Conference in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Here is a hospitality career you may not have ever considered: venue management. When you attend a sporting event, concert, conference, or convention, you are stepping into a world that mixes operations with facility management, food and beverage management, event management, and more.
Today, if you walked a mile in Mark Brewington’s shoes, you’d likely end up with your toes in the Pacific Ocean. The double Johnson & Wales University alum, ’11, ’18 MBA – Hospitality, (triple alum if you count his '08 associate degree in culinary arts) lives within a few blocks of the beach and keeps his horses on a horse farm outside of San Diego.
It’s 7am at Penn Station. The morning commuters pour out of their trains into the Big Apple, weaving their way in and out of the city’s labyrinthine streets. Amongst them is a self-proclaimed Brooklyn girl, Joanne Cohen. Although Joane now commutes an hour each way from Long Island, she maintains she still has that “Brooklyn tenacity.” This proclamation is a hard thing to refute. After all, at age 57, her day job is only one of the many hats Joanne wears.