This year The Business of Bars Conference is moving to the tailor-made conference room at Restaurant Hubert to accommodate more guests and increase the offering to include food and drinks… and of course, our best line-up to date!
Here’s part two of Sven Almenning’s talk at the Business of Bars Conference during Sydney Bar Week 2017. Last month was all about what you need to do before you get to opening the doors on your shiny new bar — this month, we share Almenning’s advice on managing staff and the venue once the doors are open.
Australia’s business-only bank Tyro has launched ‘Tap & Save’ which allows merchants to save money by processing debit tap-and-go payments through the cheaper eftpos network. Tyro is the first Australian bank to…
“The question is, why does your bar need to exist? Why does the culture need you?” Brands are everywhere in the world today. We wanted to know what steps you need to take to build your bar’s identity, and so we gathered experts in social media, design, brand strategy and hospitality to explore the topic.
Zero-waste bartending. Closed loop. Is all this sustainable bar stuff nothing but empty marketing terms, or is there something more to it? During Sydney Bar Week this year at The Business of Bars Conference that was the topic, when a panel comprised of Sam Egerton (Merivale), Toby Kline (Adelaide Hills Distillery) and Luke Whearty (Operation Dagger) were quizzed by Australian Bartender publisher David Spanton.
How does a bar make the World’s 50 Best Bars list? What makes a bar a world-beater? During Sydney Bar Week, this was the topic up for discussion at the Business of Bars Conference at The Whisky Room at The Clock Hotel. On the panel were some heavy hitters: Luke Whearty, from Operation Dagger, Chris Hysted-Adams from Black Pearl, Jason Williams from Proof & Company and 28 Hong Kong Street, and Jason Scott from Swillhouse — all of whom are from bars on the World’s 50 Best list — along with award-winners Mike Enright from The Barber Shop, Jeremy Shipley from Solotel, and Hayley Morison from Beam-Suntory.
The Business of Bars conference is the place during Sydney Bar Week where you can hear the industry’s best sharing their tips on how to build a bar business — and there’s just 10 tickets left.
The standalone conference during Bar Week has taken place each year since 2005, and during the four 45 minute talks, some of the country’s best operators and industry personalities will be tackling topics that aspiring bar owners will want to know about.
Photography by Rachel Baird It was a big four days of Sydney Bar Week this year — there were parties, tastings, the annual Bartender Magazine Australian Bar Awards, and even some education, like…
The Business of Bars Conference Date: Monday, 19th September, 2015 Time: 12pm to 4pm Venue: The Whisky Room at The Clock Hotel, Crown Street, Surry Hills Cost: $25 per session or $80…