BC Restaurant Talks heads to Victoria October 17

Where: Spinnakers Gastro Brewpub, Victoria, BC When: Monday October 17 – 9 am. Doors open at 8:45 am. Tickets: $29 for BCRFA members and $59 for non-members. How to register: 604-669-2239. Victoria will host the next Restaurant Talks session, says BCRFA chairperson Bob Parrotta. “If you are trying to grow your restaurant and foodservice business Read more about BC Restaurant Talks heads to Victoria October 17[…]

BC Restaurant Talks expanded to Kelowna and Victoria.

Ian Tostenson, president and CEO of the BC Restaurant and Foodservice Association is pleased to present the first sessions of Restaurant Talks in Kelowna and Victoria. “We designed BC Restaurant Talks to serve the needs of our operators around the province – and to help them conquer current industry challenges. We are going around the Read more about BC Restaurant Talks expanded to Kelowna and Victoria.[…]

Hiring, Recruiting & Labour Shortage accesses real solutions

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – June 22, 2016 VANCOUVER, BC – Monday’s BC Restaurant Talks discussion took on the challenge of Hiring, Recruiting & BC’s Labour Shortage. Industry insiders gathered to hear an up to date assessment of the true shortage by go2HR’s Debbie Yule followed by strategies for recruiting by InspiredHR’s Debby Carreau, retention by Read more about Hiring, Recruiting & Labour Shortage accesses real solutions[…]

Hiring, Recruiting & the BC Labour Shortage

June 1, 2016 VANCOUVER, BC – On June 20th, the British Columbia Restaurant and Foodservice Association (BCRFA) will tackle the challenges operators are facing finding and hiring qualified staff. The event follows on the success of the inaugural BC Restaurant Talks session on Liquor Licensing. The 75-minute power session will include presentations on available national Read more about Hiring, Recruiting & the BC Labour Shortage[…]

Inaugural session creates valuable forum for operators.

May 3, 2016 VANCOUVER, BC – BC Restaurant Talks launched yesterday at Granville Island Brewing. 48 industry insiders gathered to hear Douglas Scott, Assistant Deputy Minister Liquor Control and Licensing Branch, Ministry of Small Business and Red Tape Reduction, address the changing landscape of BC Liquor Regulations. “The biggest question on the minds of attendees Read more about Inaugural session creates valuable forum for operators.[…]

British Columbia Restaurant and Foodservice Association launches BC Restaurant Talks

VANCOUVER, BC – The British Columbia Restaurant and Foodservice Association (BCRFA) announced today the first session of its new educational speaker series, BC Restaurants Talks. Bringing restaurant and foodservice professionals together with industry experts, BC Restaurant Talks will provide insight and information to help industry meet the challenges of today’s demanding environment and to seize Read more about British Columbia Restaurant and Foodservice Association launches BC Restaurant Talks[…]