The Vietnamese F&B industry is flourishing at its finest, not only with new opening local restaurants but also receiving huge investments from the International brands. This then creates challenges for F&B operators to stay competitive within the market.
By understanding the obstacles that many of you are facing, a workshop focuses on ‘Optimising Restaurant Operation to Minimise The Rate of Restaurant’s Failure’ will be delivered to you this month. The workshop belongs to series of events for the Vietnam Gastronomy Tourism Development Program, which is organised by RAV – Restaurant Association of Vietnam.
Join us in this workshop is Mr. Pham Minh Chi, Head of Business Development at QSR Vietnam and Operation Manager at The Pizza Company. Chi has many years of experience in managing operation at several well-known restaurants and bars in Vietnam. His career including General Manager at The Diner – American Brunch Vietnam, Operation Manager at Hard Rock Cafe and Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf, and many more.
In this workshop, Chi will address the F&B scene in Vietnam and highlight issues that most of the F&B operators face as well as suggestions on how to deal with those challenges. Moreover, many factors that can lead to restaurant’s failure will also be elaborated during this workshop.
The workshop is exclusively designed for F&B owners, thus the participants will have the opportunity to discuss, exchange in knowledge with the industry experts as well as to network with each other.
* Kindly note that the workshop will be in Vietnamese
08:30am – 09:00am: Check-in
09:00am – 10:00am: Discussion
10:00am – 10:15am: Coffee break
10:15am – 11:15am: Discussion
11:15am – 12:00pm: Networking
Normal fare: 500,000 VND
Early bird discount (until the end of Friday, May 31st, 2019): 350,000 VND
RAV’s members: Free
Group discount: Contact for consultation
Date: Saturday, June 8th, 2019-05-15
Time: 08:30am – 12:00pm (The workshop will start exactly at 08:30am)
Location: Hospitality Hub, 33 Hoang Dieu St., Ward 10. Phu Nhuan District, HCMC