Monthly Archives: March 2018

Hospitality: Innate? Cultural? Universal?

I’ve spent a lot of time in London recently, presenting at trade shows, delivering workshops and consulting for a small chain of boutique hotels. London’s not my home turf, but I love spending time in the big smoke, checking out all the latest eating and drinking eateries and trends. But there’s a place I look…

The perfect hotel breakfast

As a catering and hospitality consultant, and in my different roles as a food and beverage advisor, I help companies ranging from small B&Bs to huge university campuses nail their menus. For some reason, getting the breakfast offering can prove tricky, and I’m currently working with several hotels to reimagine and refine theirs. So, what…