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The Budi Foodie Foundation offers young people specialist training at world culinary institutes

first_imgAlthough a vocational school diploma is not a priority, it goes without saying that candidates must have previous experience in the field of gastronomy and hospitality and ambition and a desire to progress. The evaluation criterion will primarily be talent, followed by the relevance of experience and previous education and motivation. The Chef’s Stage gastronomic offer foundation is intended to finance the education of young gastronomic and catering talents at renowned culinary institutes such as the Basque Culinary Center, Cordon Bleu, Ferrandi in Paris or Intreccio in Italy. The holder of the Michelin star, the Croatian caterer Rudolf Štefan, founded the Budi Foodie Foundation with the aim of providing better education to young people in cooperation with the company Coca-Cola HBC Croatia. To apply, you need to fill out a form with personal information, attach a motivation letter and a letter of recommendation and, if desired, motivational video material. The following documents are posted on the page: http://chefsstage.com/budi-foodie-chefstage/ to 15.02.2019, and the winners will be announced on 19.03.2019. at the Chef’s Stage congress in Šibenik. From 18.01.2018. to 15.02.2019. a competition is held in which candidates aged 16 to 26 have the opportunity to win specialist training in world culinary institutions. It is important to note that the type of education and the institute are chosen on a personalized basis in order to best suit the characteristics of the candidate. last_img read more

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Yahoo, newspapers expand online agreement

first_imgA dozen of the nation’s largest newspaper publishers have signed off on a broad partnership with Yahoo Inc., stoking optimism among the newspapers as the industry tries to find its way in an increasingly digital age. The consortium of newspaper publishers includes Denver-based MediaNews Group and 11 other newspaper companies, covering 264 newspapers across 44 states. The participating papers count more than 50 million unique online visitors per month. MediaNews is the nation’s fourth-largest newspaper publisher and owner of the Daily News and of the Los Angeles Newspaper Group, which includes nine daily papers in Southern California. The deal, first announced in November, has been expanded beyond its initial scope of allowing help-wanted advertising to be listed jointly by the newspapers and on Yahoo’s HotJobs service. The number of participating newspaper companies has also grown, increasing from seven publishers to 12. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! “The newspaper industry is changing,” Gary Pruitt, chief executive of McClatchy Co., one of the newest members of the consortium, said during a conference call Monday. “This is a big step.” The newspaper industry has seen advertising revenue decline in recent years as readers migrate to the Internet and other media for entertainment and news. The Newspaper Association of America last month reported that overall print advertising at newspapers fell 1.7 percent in 2006, and that total revenue fell 0.3 percent. Online advertising surged by 31.5 percent. With that in mind, the consortium and Yahoo during the next 18 months intend to roll out a variety of revenue-sharing initiatives. The idea is to harness Yahoo’s technology and online presence with the newspapers’ wealth of content and sales teams, opening up new streams of revenue for both sides.last_img read more

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