Trends we spotted | Week 17

27-4-2018

  • Trends in het kort

At hospitalitytrends.eu we spot many national and international trends on a daily basis. We pick the most interesting ones to write about, the smaller trends we use in our weekly column ‘Trends we spotted this week’.

This week, amongst others the opening of an experimental floral restaurant, a new crunchy social media trend and the best summer job ever can be found at WOW Air.

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Nous Restaurant & Flowers | Experimental floral restaurant

Nous opened its first pioneering experimental floral restaurant in Dongcheng District in Dongguan early this year, offering mixed services of exploring the aesthetics of ingredients and  floral matching. The creative agency 0321studio in Shenzhen collaborated with Nous to organize and design this shop along the street. The customer’s request focuses on how to solve the relationship between floral and dining in visual, functional, and emotional ways.

Starbucks to Close 8,000 U.S. Stores for Racial-Bias Training After Arrest

Starbucks said on Tuesday that it would close its more than 8,000 stores in the United States for one day to conduct anti-bias training after two African-American men were arrested at one of its stores last week, prompting outrage. The arrest led to a lot of anger because video images showed that the two men did not do anything wrong.

Eating crunchy ice is a new social media trend

Chinese vloggers are competing to show themselves eating colourful ice lollies. The viewers take pleasure from hearing the crunching sound as vloggers slowly chew the ice cubes. The ice itself is also interesting to see. Apparently, vloggers would carefully make their own mini ice sculptures before biting into them. A bit strange if you ask us, check out Instagram for thousands of #eatingice video’s.

Best summer job ever | Travel for free this summer with WOW Air

WOW Air will hire a “travel guide” to move to Iceland for three months and travel while creating videos for the airline. In addition, the travel guide will get to bring a friend to accompany them on their summer journey. From June 1 to August 15, the winning pair will be based in an apartment in downtown Reykjavik and travel around the world to WOW Air destinations to create a digital travel guide.

Diageo hosts whisky pairings dinner for World Whisky Day

Diageo, the drinks company that owns Gordon’s, Captain Morgan and Smirnoff, is marking World Whisky Day with a whisky pairings dinner. The brand has partnered with Firmdale Hotels to showcase five of its Scotch whiskies including the Lagavulin distillery and Johnnie Walker. The event begins with a pre-dinner whisky cocktail and canapés. Before each course, Diageo Scotch Whisky ambassador Colin Dunn will introduce each of the hand-selected whiskies. Tickets are £85 and the evening will take place on 19 May at the Haymarket Hotel in central London.

Tabasco is releasing a limited-edition Diamond Reserve Hot Sauce

In honor of its 150th anniversary, Tabasco is releasing a Diamond Reserve Sauce that it’s describing as the “Champagne of pepper sauce.” The limited-edition bottles are filled with a highly curated selection of tabasco peppers that have been aged with salt for 15 years before being blended with sparkling white wine vinegar. According to the company, the rare condiment has an exceptionally complex taste, while still “maintaining the signature flavor and vibrancy” Tabasco is known for.

Trends we spotted | Week 16

20-4-2018

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At hospitalitytrends.eu we spot many national and international trends on a daily basis. We pick the most interesting ones to write about, the smaller trends we use in our weekly column ‘Trends we spotted this week’.

This week, amongst others the first space hotel is only a few years away and a restaurant in Oakland protects its staff by a Management Alert Color System.

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Hotel School to teach homeless people the basics of hospitality | A London community collaboration

16-4-2018

  • HOTEL SCHOOL - A London community collaboration between homeless charities and the hospitality industry
  • HOTEL SCHOOL - A London community collaboration between homeless charities and the hospitality industry
  • HOTEL SCHOOL - A London community collaboration between homeless charities and the hospitality industry
  • HOTEL SCHOOL - A London community collaboration between homeless charities and the hospitality industry
  • HOTEL SCHOOL - A London community collaboration between homeless charities and the hospitality industry
  • HOTEL SCHOOL - A London community collaboration between homeless charities and the hospitality industry
  • HOTEL SCHOOL - A London community collaboration between homeless charities and the hospitality industry
  • HOTEL SCHOOL - A London community collaboration between homeless charities and the hospitality industry
  • HOTEL SCHOOL - A London community collaboration between homeless charities and the hospitality industry
  • HOTEL SCHOOL - A London community collaboration between homeless charities and the hospitality industry

The Goring hotel has teamed up with a charity to launch a hotel school to teach homeless people the basics of hospitality and help them into full-time work. The Goring Hotel in London’s Belgravia, the five-red-AA-star, 69-bedroom hotel, already launched the Hotel School in 2017 in partnership with its neighbour, the Passage Homeless Resource Centre. They’re right next door to one another so it shouldn’t be a surprise that they’ve finally joined forces to create Hotel School.

We have seen another initiative in the Netherlands in which an entrepreneur did start his own education project and with all the problems of finding great members for a hospitality team these initiatives are a source of  inspiration to other hospitality entrepreneurs. lees verder

The Blind Faith Upgrade kit | Launched at Hotel Ramada in Ajmer

6-4-2018

Isobar India, the digital agency from Dentsu Aegis Network, has introduced the Blind Faith Upgrade kit, a thoughtful and cause-oriented initiative under accessible tourism. A sustainable step towards accessible tourism, this initiative explores the challenges faced by visually-impaired travelers and allows the hotel to quickly and cheaply convert any of its rooms into a visually-impaired-friendly room. The launch of the initiative was first introduced at Hotel Ramada Ajmer in India. lees verder

wagamamago | Created a ‘walk out and pay’ app with Mastercard

28-3-2018

Pan-Asian restaurant wagamama launched the wagamamago app. They describe the app as ‘Uber for diners’ allowing customers to walk in, order, eat and for the first time ever, simply go, wagamamago-walk-out-payment. The new app will save diners an average of 12 minutes at every meal, according to research. The wagamamago™ app is completely safe and secure, developed in partnership with Mastercard which processes 65,000 secure transactions a minute. lees verder

Trends we spotted week 12

23-3-2018

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At hospitalitytrends.eu we spot many national and international trends on a daily basis. We pick the most interesting ones to write about, the smaller trends we use in our weekly column ‘Trends we spotted this week’.

This week, amongst others Matcha beer for a green St. Patrick’s Day, mitigating global hunger crisis using next generation technologies and there is a map displaying women-owned restaurants across the US.

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Bear Robotics | Here to help the waiter

14-3-2018

Would you like to eat in a robot-run restaurant? Or would you prefer a restaurant in which the waiter is being helped by a robot that helps them carry your food? Bear Robotics is designed not to replace human waiters but to act as an assistant. Korean restaurant Kang Nam Tofu House in Milpitas, California is the first to try out Bear Robotics. Owner of Bear Robotics and the Korean restaurant John Ha wants to make the management of restaurants easier! lees verder

The gym of the future | Get Pumped, a research insight by Reebok and Gensler

26-2-2018

‘The gym of the future is closer than you think’ is a research insight by Reebok and Gensler a global architecture and design firm. Interesting read for those changing the world around us, they revitalize the fuel stations we no longer need when we have more autonomous cars on the road and turn them into fuel for our bodies stations instead. lees verder

Bacardi Back to the Bar | This is how to celebrate a party as supplier to the hospitality industry!

12-2-2018

Bacardi employees went massively ‘Back to the Bar’ last February 8th at 4.00 pm in honor of the 156th Founder’s Day – the anniversary of the brand’s founding. Not only in Amsterdam but from London to Shanghai, Miami to Dubai and in the rest of the world, Bacardi staff left their office to get closer to consumers and cocktail trends as a tribute to the company’s rich corporate culture. Great way to celebrate a party as a supplier to the hospitality industry! lees verder

Trends we spotted | Week 5

2-2-2018

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At Horecatrends we spot many national and international trends on a daily basis. We pick the most interesting ones to write about, the smaller trends we use in our weekly column ‘Trends we spotted this week’.

This week, amongst others a US-based candy store chain unveiled plans for facial recognition and Majordomo is David Chang’s new LA restaurant.

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