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 anke0218Readers of www.hospitalityenews.com are invited to attend next week's 'Pop Up Academy' and can now register free of charge at www.popupacademy.ie
 A stellar line up of industry influencers has been assembled for ‘The Pop Up Academy’, a unique knowledge experience which will be part of Food + Bev Live at Citywest, Dublin on 6th and 7th February 2018.
The Pop-Up Academy, organized by Hospitalityenews, comprises a series of short and snappy talks and discussions covering a portfolio of subjects which are of vital importance to hospitality industry practitioners.
Confirmed speakers include Eoghan O’Mara Walsh,  chief executive Irish Tourist Industry Confederation  (‘Brexit and Your Business’), Mary Hall, Hallmark Training  (‘Exceeding Customer Expectations’), Anke Hartmann, Press  Up Group,  (‘Why have a Sommelier ?’), Tara and Brian Beattie,  ‘The Caterers’,  (‘Starting a Café  Business’), Padraig McLaughlin, ‘Union 8’ and ‘Catch 22’  (‘The Neighbourhood Restaurant’), Ruth Hegarty, Chefs Network (‘Growing Chef Talent’), Micheline Corr, ‘The Firm’ (‘How to Get Hired for that Special Job’), Oonagh Cremin, Irish Hospitality Institute (‘Revenue Management), Deirdre McDonald, The Innovate Room (‘Marketing Through Social Media’), Oliver Cruise , Net work  Café and Martina Flood  Head of Catering Operations, Aviva Stadium (‘Catering for Numbers’’).  
 PROGRAMME
Session One
Tuesday 11am.
‘Food (and Drink) for Thought’
Anke Hartmann, Press  Up Group,  (‘Why have a Sommelier ?’)
Padraig McLaughlin, ‘Union 8’ and ‘Catch 22’  (‘The Neighbourhood Restaurant’)
 
Session 2
Tuesday 2.30 pm.
‘Brexit…and More’
Eoghan O’Mara Walsh, chief executive Irish Tourist Industry Confederation  (‘Brexit and Your Business’)
Mary Hall, Hallmark Training  (‘Exceeding Customer Expectations’)
Oonagh Cremin, Irish Hospitality Institute  (‘Revenue Management’
 
Session 3
Wednesday 11am
‘Talent Think-In’
Ruth Hegarty, Chefs Network (‘Growing Chef Talent’)
Micheline Corr, ‘The Firm’ (‘How to Get Hired)
Martina Flood  Head of Catering Operations, Aviva Stadium (‘Catering for Numbers’)
 
Session 4
Wednesday 2.30pm
‘Trending Now’
Tara and Brian Beatty,  ‘The Caterers’,  (‘Starting a Café  Business’)
Oliver Cruise (‘Network Café’ –‘A café start-up’)
Deirdre McDonald, The Innovate Room (‘Marketing Through Social Media’)
 
 
 
 
 

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