Really enjoyed this course, found it very in-depth and relevant to the food and beverage industry. My one note would be for some of the links in the last 2 weeks to be updated as they no longer work.
Very interesting introductory course to food & beverage management. Clear setup and interesting topics. ALso, the interviews with guest speakers are very interesting and relate to the topics covered.
By Ross M•
A little unclear and questions not worded clearly. Good information and course outline however.
very good material for those who want to gain knowledge about food and beverage business
By Anna N•
Very interesting course with the chance to access detailed interviews and extra material
By alessio t•
Really Interesting topics and interviews. The lectures are clear and well explained.
By Adeyemi A•
a great experience, an excellent insight into Food and Beverage management.
By Jean-Paul L•
Very interesting course, great advise on marketing in the f&b departement!
By Federico B•
Very interesting course, maybe too focused on marketing topics.
By Alessandro B•
simple & effective course about food & beverage management.
By Subhajit K C•
A mind blowing cource to gather all the detail knowledge
By Hamza K•
Thanks for providing the information of food science
By Soumaya E•
full of exemples and real cases.
By BAVAHARINI K•
quiet useful for those in FMCG background.
Good and learn many things
By FSC L 9•
Good knowledge about F&B
By Tommaso T•
Very interesting course
By Rohan M•
Very nice course..
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By Daniel P P•
Muy buen enfoque
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By Ilana G•
I think this course should have been called differently. I think the name that fits it best is The Basics of Management with examples from the world of food and beverages. The course was useful but it was not what I was looking for. I thought it would focus on aspects specifically related to the food and management industry, not in management in general. Also, the word "management" implies several areas (production, distribution, storage, etc). But the course focused on production and marketing. I think this should have been somehow emphasized in the title.