Christopher Reyes, Autor w serwisie NoSpoilersAI

Christopher Reyes

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From Corporate IT to Startup Entrepreneur – Mateusz’s Journey

Neil Gaiman once mentioned in his famous book, The Graveyard; “If you dare nothing, then when the day is over, nothing is all you have gained.”  Mateusz, Chief Technology Officer for No Spoilers, would be the perfect example of an individual that dares to strive for something more exciting and fulfilling than his previous job working […]

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Bar Convent Berlin 2019

For three days, STATION-Berlin became the biggest platform for mixologists, sommeliers, and many other hospitality professionals. As a result, the No Spoilers team hit the road to visit Bar Convent Berlin this year. The aim was to receive insights on industry trends, network with industry professionals for collaboration and partnerships and fully enjoy Berlin.  Learn, […]

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Health and Wellness for Bartenders

Mixologists across the world are glorified for their dedication to develop and market beautifully crafted and deliciously mixed drinks consistently. This is a trend that is growing in the past couple of years. Instagram and Youtube are highlighting craft cocktails and the people behind the drink. Bartending has become more of a lifestyle than an […]

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What is the future of Casual Dining

Bill and T.J. Palmer had a vision of creating a unique casual dining experience for the community they were residing during their time in Atlanta. In 1980, they ventured off to make this vision a reality. The concept was simple during that time, high-top tables with a sports-like environment. The menu ranged from finger foods […]

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The Pareto Principle In Hospitality: Marketing

Building relationships is the key to develop an attractive and reliable image for your brand in hospitality. However, in the case of targeting new guests, it will solely rely on your marketing skills. There are many articles with a top ten to-do lists to have a proper marketing strategy. Yet, the one element that most […]

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The Pareto Priniciple in Hospitality: Improving Sales

Every staff member is your Business Card! Your sales ultimately determine the success or the demise of your business. Tracking and forecasting your sales accurately should be on top of your list. Yet around 60% of restaurants end up closing after one year and 85% of restaurants close after five years. This is due to a lack […]

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The Pareto Principle In Hospitality: Menu Developement

You invested a lot of time and energy at your workplace. And now you have tapped that opportunity you’ve been waiting for; a promotion to become a manager. We have established an outline of reliable solutions targetting specific issues, be it improving inventory control, and staff evaluation. But now you face another challenge ahead of […]

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Non-Alcoholic Spirits and Cocktails: Trends, Flavour, and Craft

Trends like Sober Curiosity and Sustainable Mixology are popping up throughout the hospitality industry for the past few years. And recently as 2016, more and more non-alcoholic options such as beer, wine, and spirits have been hitting the market to meet the ever-growing demands coming from Millennials and Generation Z. Despite some criticism throughout the […]

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The Pareto Principle in Hospitality: Inventory Control

Build Systems for Forecasting, Ordering, and Prepping Inventory control can be in a way for most people a very mundane, repetitive practice that consumes most of your day and you’re left with a solemn feeling towards the end. But it will always be an asset for preventing waste and to better prep for your establishment […]

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The Pareto Principle in Hospitality

How a theory that is usually applied in economics is applicable in hospitality? In 1905, an Italian economist Vilfredo Pareto introduced a very insightful development. He discovered that only 20% of Italians were responsible for 80% of the nation’s wealth. Later, he found it to be true in France, Germany, and in the Netherlands. But […]

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