How To Create A Movement: UAE Restaurant Industry Webinar

In the age of the pandemic, a webinar is tantamount to a roundtable discussion. Despite being a socially distant world, it’s brought us closer by way of having important conversations that may have slipped through the cracks of our mile-a-minute world.

As well as putting pen to paper, so to speak, our Communications Director, Georgie Bradley, lends her voice to speaking engagements, too. As a trained journalist she is adept at telling stories and getting others to tell their stories and running a nimble thread between them.

Most recently she hosted a webinar on Zoom – The Secret Sauce – with some of the UAE’s most eminent restauranteurs on the topic of creating a movement and not just a moment in the industry. Featuring Luma Makhlouf – Co-founder and Creator of Maiz Tacos; Andre Gerschel – Chief Operating Officer of LOUD Table, a Hospitality Investment company based in the Gulf which acts as an incubator for the region and Tom Arnel – Founder and Managing Director of Bull & Roo.

From how to establish your idea, to the rules you can break and the importance of creating personalized communication with your customers, they spilled the tea, as it were, on the industry.

Have a watch below – especially if you’ve got the next best restaurant concept brewing in your mind…!

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