While COVID-19 has been the largest topic we have discussed to date on Tripleseat’s podcast, Two Chicks, Three Seats, there have been other interesting hospitality stories making headlines these days as well.
On this week’s episode, Kate and I take a step back from the COVID-19 specific discussions and dive into other current hospitality industry trends and noteworthy news bits that you will definitely find interesting. A few topics of discussion include an airline turning its planes into a pop-up restaurant, a new egg replacement product that has hit the U.S. market, and how a hotel revamped to create a female empowerment theme.
It’s important to keep up with the latest industry conversations, but sometimes it can be challenging on top of all the other responsibilities event professionals have going on right now. We have saved you the time it takes to read through the popular hospitality blogs, and have brought the stories to you in this episode!
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What do you think about Zero Egg, a plant-based egg replacement, that will be coming to the US market later this month with hopes to attract restaurants as consumers? We give our two cents about this and other interesting stories across the hospitality industry on today’s episode of Two Chicks, Three Seats. Click the link in our bio to listen! ???? #twochicksthreeseats #tripleseatpodcast #hospitality #hospitalityindustry #hospitalityindustrynews #eventplanner #eventplanning #eventmanager #eventmanaging #foodtrends #eventprof #eventprofs #restaurants #restaurant #venue #hospitalitypodcast
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What do you think?
We’ve got links to the eight articles we discuss in this week’s episode on anchor.fm. Let us know what you think about these trends and stories by reaching out to us via email at email@example.com. As always, stay tuned with the latest industry content and ideas by following along with the daily posts on the Tripleseat blog.