MOGOGO DESIGNS NEW HYGIENE SCREEN SYSTEM

The current situation has been challenging for the food & beverage industry, with professionals across the world looking for ways to continue frontal F&B presentation while protecting guests and…

DARK KITCHENS (OR CLOUD KITCHENS) ON TRACK FOR A BRIGHT FUTURE

The dinner rush is well and truly underway for chefs Mimi and Line. The couple run five separate restaurants out of the one backroom, commercial kitchen, located inside an industrial area warehouse…

DO YOU RUN AUSTRALIA’S KINDEST CAFE?

Celebrate International Coffee Day and support Youth Off the Streets Thursday 1st October 2020 Aussies love their coffee with one in four people saying they can’t survive the day without it. That’s…

THIS WEEK’S AUSTRALASIAN GAMING SEMINARS ARE ONLINE

Yesterday marked what would have been the opening of this year's Australasian Gaming Expo (AGE). Unable to run an in-person due to COVID-19 restrictions, the Gaming Technologies Association (GTA) the organiser…

AUSTRALASIAN GAMING SEMINARS GO ONLINE

The Gaming Technologies Association (GTA), the organiser of the Australasian Gaming Expo (AGE), has confirmed that this year's Australasian Gaming Expo Seminars will go ahead in a new format online. Over…

RESTART THE ECONOMY BY RESTARTING HOSPITALITY AND TOURISM

Behind developing a vaccine, Australians believe the restarting of the hospitality and tourism industry will provide the biggest boost to the economy, in new research released from the ANU today. Mr…

THE VEGAS BUFFET REIMAGINED AT WYNN CASINO

Casinos around the world are renowned for their ‘one price fits all’ buffets, but many considered that their days were numbered, particularly in Vegas where the buffet is an integral part of the Strip…

BUNDABERG RUM CREATES $11.5 MILLION FUND TO SUPPORT AUSTRALIA’S HOSPITALITY INDUSTRY

Iconic Queensland brand Bundaberg Rum, owned by parent company and leading drinks producer Diageo, this week announced its creation of ‘Raising the Bar’, an $11.5 million fund that will support Australia’s…

FIVE FOOD & HOSPITALITY TRENDS FOR A POST-LOCKDOWN WORLD

For many it has been a tremendously difficult period, however we are starting to emerge from the lockdown period, and tentatively look towards the future. Of the micro-trends that have risen in the…

VICTORIA AND NSW EASE MORE RESTRICTIONS AS PART OF COVIDSAFE PLAN

NSW NSW will scrap the limit of 50 people at indoor venues such as cafes, restaurants and churches on July 1, Premier Gladys Berejiklian has confirmed. Announcing the state would implement the next…