Free Customer Relations and Marketing Classes This Week for Hospitality Businesses

Wondering how to better relate to your restaurant or hotel’s customers, improve their experiences, solicit and deal with reviews, or use social media in your marketing efforts? This Wednesday and Thursday, you’ll have the chance to learn more with drop-in classes at Statehouse Convention Center in downtown Little Rock. This week, the Arkansas Hospitality Association holds its annual

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Diamond Chef Arkansas 2016

Arkansas’ top culinary professionals are in high concentration tonight at Pulaski Technical College’s Diamond Chef competition, the college’s annual foundation fundraiser. This year, the event is held entirely at the college’s Culinary Arts and Hospitality Management Institute; it had been previously separated into preliminary and final events. For full details, results and lots of photos,

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2016 Arkansas ProStart Culinary Competition (PHOTOS)

  Today, the future of Arkansas’ culinary arts scene can be found at the 2016 Arkansas ProStart culinary competition, taking place today at Pulaski Tech’s Culinary Arts and Hospitality Management Institute. If you’re unfamiliar, ProStart is a high-school level program preparing students for careers in food and hospitality. Students compete as school teams on the state

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Our Core Values

Over the past few months, we’ve been traveling to culinary and hospitality education programs across the state talking about our Core Values. For candidates, these values are the soft skills that make potential employees not just employable, but amazing in what they do. But we didn’t leave it there. We have also set a standard for our

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“Close Quarters: What I’ve Learned From Operating a Food Truck” Panel at Natchez Sept. 23

On Tuesday, Sept. 23, arfoodjobs.com presents “Close Quarters: What I’ve Learned From Operating a Food Truck.” Learn the good, bad, ugly and hilarious of running a restaurant that happens to be tiny and mobile. From marketing and farmer relations to just remembering where you put the spatula, everyone in the industry (and beyond) can learn

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