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Forbes Travel Guide - Food and Beverage ROI Improvement

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Duration: 3.0 hours
Free

The Forbes Travel Guide Food and Beverage ROI Improvement is part of the Forbes Travel Guide Management Excellence Programme and consists of two courses.

Food and Beverage Upselling and Driving Revenue

When it comes to upselling and driving revenue, being the expert on your restaurant and your product is key. Learn how to combine this expertise with your ability to pick up on guest cues and preferences to upsell for cocktails, food, wine and other hotel services. Time will be spent exploring creative ways properties around the globe drive their food and beverage revenue.

Food and Beverage Cost Controls

This session will focus on the management and tracking of Food & Beverage inventories to create efficiencies, reduce waste, and control cost. We will explore how having a proper inventory management system informs timely ordering, storing and tracking of food and beverage items, and gives you real-time visibility into what is on your shelf.


  • Food and Beverage Upselling and Driving Revenue
    Duration
    • Food And Beverage Upselling And Driving Revenue
      1.0 hour(s)
    • Quiz 1
      0.5 hour(s)
  • Food and Beverage Cost Controls
    Duration
    • Food And Beverage Cost Controls
      1.0 hour(s)
    • Quiz 2
      0.5 hour(s)
Megan Torrance
Megan Torrance
Director, Learning & Development, The Americas Forbes Travel Guide
Megan Torrance has spent over 15 years working extensively in luxury property operations. From large, prestigious resorts to small Relais & Châteaux hotels, Torrance has garnered broad management experience across virtually every operational function, including executive management roles at star-rated properties. Driven by the vision of delivering outstanding service, Torrance has been singularly instrumental in leading hospitality teams in the application of Forbes Travel Guide standards. Torrance’s passion for luxury hotels and service led to a degree in Hospitality Business from Michigan State University. Immediately following, she secured a career starter on food and beverage teams at Four Seasons hotels in Chicago and at the Aviara property in Carlsbad, California. While working in Telluride, Colorado, Torrance transitioned to the rooms division, gained critical human resources skills, and then progressed onto a management path where she gained experience across every operational outlet and oversaw a resort-based Homeowner’s Association (HOA). Equipped with an in-depth, comprehensive understanding of hotel management, Torrance went on to assume the role of Assistant General Manager of Lake Placid Lodge, eventually becoming the Residence Manager. Building upon this success, she later served as the General Manager of the Point resort, and Hotel and Residence Manager at Calistoga Ranch, an Auberge Resort. Prior to starting at Forbes Travel Guide, Torrance had become deeply involved in internal leadership development and the cultivation of in-house and new talent. Focused on guiding teams to achieve the highest luxury standard, she zeroed in on consistent training of hospitality staff, ensuring top level commitment that led to the regular extension of coveted star rankings. She now brings these superior service values to the table as an Director of Learning & Development for the Americas. Torrance has trained on five continents, from small boutique hotels in ski towns, to vast, multi-purpose properties in Paris, Tokyo, Saudi Arabia and Macau.