Adriaan Innemee is blogger at Blogspitality.com

The generation difference in hospitality

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These days, especially in a city that has grown as fast as Amsterdam, the effort being put into the hospitality work-environment is drastically changing. Things like patience, value for money and the feeling of “satisfaction now” are being noticed by owners, managers, guests and customers but hardly by employees. There is a clear shift in […]

Louis Meisen, blogger at Blogspitality.com

To Eat or Not to Eat

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Transition’ as the magic word in work and daily life Our children will be part of a generation where technological progress will change the world. Where all the generations up till Y were already amazed by the change from cd to Spotify, for generation ALPHA their world will change radically. The circular shift, fossil transition, […]

Wouter Verkerk, blogger at Blogspitality.com

Working on a terrace? These are 7 tips for a hot day!

Written by Wouter Verkerk. Published on

Working on a terrace with too less colleagues and way too many guests? And then they also say; “What a relaxed job you have, working in the sun!” We know better. Seven terrace-tips to spice-up your working day and to keep it fun and easy for yourself during the warmest days of the season. 1. […]

Emile Termote, blogger at Blogspitality.com

Un ristorante Italiano tradizionale ti fa sentire come una famiglia

Written by Emile Termote. Published on

Recently I had the pleasure of spending a couple of days in Italy. I visited some great and very pleasant friends who were on holiday in quiet a rural part of Tuscany where they have hills, woods, gravel roads and above all good food. Excellent food can be found anywhere in the world, that’s not a specific reason to visit a city or region, sorry San Sebastian and Tokyo (Tokyo is the city with the most Michelin stars in the world, 304 stars divided over 226 restaurants).

 
 
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