All posts in "Summer 2018"
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23 City Blocks Brings Inventive Menus to Innovation Hall: Catering in Cortex District: Everything from a carafe of coffee to a seated dinner

May 30, 2018

Article by Stacy Ross Photo by Abbie Takes Pictures  Menus will be as inventive as the venue’s technology when Innovation Hall opens in the Cortex district this fall. 23 City Blocks Catering will be the exclusive caterer for Venture Café St. Louis’ expansion project, a 14,000-square-foot mixture of restaurant and event space at the heart […]

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St. Louis Expo 2018: Time and Money Well Spent Educational, Inspirational, Fun

May 29, 2018

Article by Stacy Ross This year’s St. Louis Expo, held April 16-17 at the St. Charles Convention Center was a big success. More than 95 percent of attendees who completed evaluations said they learned something new and the time and money they spent to attend was a good investment. The Expo kicked off on Monday […]

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Safety 101: Business Email Compromise

May 29, 2018

Article by Det. Trent Koppell As a member of the St. Louis Electronic Crimes Task Force I recently went to a Fraud Task Force Meeting and became educated on the newest fraud trends affecting our area. At this particular meeting the topic was Business Email Compromise also known as BEC. So, what is BEC? It […]

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Women in Hotel Leadership: What It Takes to Climb the Ranks: Statistics Show It’s a Tough Hike

May 29, 2018

Article by Stacy Ross A large majority of hotel employees, students in university hospitality programs, and travel decision-makers are women. By contrast, just 7 percent of hotel company executives are. “(Women) make most of the purchase decisions driving demand, are the majority of industry employees and dominate university hospitality enrollment,” according to the Women in […]

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Your future in Culinary Arts

May 29, 2018

Article by Chef Martin Lopez A recent survey of 700 professional chefs asked them which cuisine, beverages and culinary themes will be trending on restaurant menus in the year ahead. I had an opportunity to discuss these trends with Chef Casey Shiller and Professor Jeff Ivory of St. Louis Community College, and J.T. Gelineau from […]

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Apps to Help Simplify Travel

May 29, 2018

Article by Bill Clevlen Are you old enough to remember the days when road trips across America meant using giant maps that nobody could ever re-fold? If so, you’re probably thrilled with today’s technology that lets you use GPS to enhance your travel experiences. From avoiding toll roads to finding a place to crash for […]

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Legal 101 Dunn Deal: Spring Cleaning Your RFP

May 29, 2018

Article by Barbara F. Dunn O’Neal, Esq. Partner: Barnes & Thornburg LLP It’s that time of year for Spring cleaning. And while most of us should be tackling cleaning out our closets or basements, one often overlooked document for cleaning is the request for proposal (RFP) document organizations distribute for their meetings and events. If […]

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