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Food & Beverage Workshop - Playgolf Colchester
Thu 20 October 2016, 09:30 – 16:00 BST
A number of clubs have informed us that they have questions or are experiencing challenges with their food and beverage (F&B) operation. So we have teamed up with industry expert Steven Brown FBII of INN-FORMATION to deliver a one day interactive workshop for F&B key decision makers in clubs, to offer advice and guidance.
Key topics covered in the workshop include:
Pricing food dishes to give the right gross margin
Bar GP (what should it be?)
In house vs franchise catering – which is best for my club?
F&B controls and stocktaking
Costing staff, impact of living wage
Presenter: Steven Brown FBII of INN-FORMATION, has over 40 years’ experience in the leisure and hospitality industries and has advised hundreds of golf clubs on how to improve their F&B operations.
Steven is well placed to provide you with the expert help and advice you need to ensure that your club’s food & beverage operation works more efficiently, effectively and profitably
Format: 1 day interactive workshop
Times: 9.30am - 4.00pm (lunch and refreshments included). Registration from 9.00am.
Cost: £99 per club - for 2 people to attend and it includes lunch and refreshments. Price is not per person.
Bring with you: A copy of your latest stock results and a calculator in order to help you with your real results.
Further info: Contact your County Development Officer or email firstname.lastname@example.org
People who attended this workshop earlier this year said...
"A really excellent course that provided very practical no nonsense advice. Crucial for our business to ensure we are maximising our Clubhouse's potential."
"I really enjoyed the workshop!! Steve did an amazing job at keeping our attention as some courses can bore the hell out of you but he kept it light but hit home with some important points. Meeting other people from other clubs sharing ideas on how to make our clubs better!!"
"The whole workshop was such a positive experience and opened up all sorts of ideas"