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The Foodservice Industry Needs a Facelift

What started out as a conversation, grew into an idea that was then drafted into a business plan to become the Pineapple Academy. Over casual conversations, Tucker Graves and Greg Gorgone identified gaps that they both saw as fundamental in the model of food and service. As we all know, great ideas come from all types of thoughts, dreams and places.

The concepts of food and service are not unique.  But with changes in COVID variances, as well as the industry changes and a need to pivot through the last 18 months, there truly are gaps for training and education.  Many organizations are on the path to success; which can only be defined by their internal teams and patrons.  However, many of them are lacking the tools.  

As a manager, in an industry that must continue to evolve, what can you do?

Watch this short video to see how you can lead your team or create a path for your own personal journey to success…

As quoted by Thomas Edison, “Many of life’s failures are people who did not realize how close they were to success when they gave up”.  

The key to success is the ability to learn, relearn and brush up on our skills.

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