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Being a chef is not about glamour – Chef Magnus

ASKING him to tell you how he got into the hospitality industry puts a childish smile on his face as he gladly tells you that he was born into it as his parents were both chefs back in their native country of Sweden, “my parents had restaurants in Sweden where I had to do anything from moving the lawn, washing the dishes and peel potatoes to get some extra pocket money from about the age of 12.”

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Chef Primorac Kristijan

How I defied my dad’s advice to become a chef

Yes, in Germany you have three years training in a school and hotel. Five days in the kitchen, one day in school and a day off. During the training , I was always saying after school let see how far I can go. I had high hope of graduating and start working for big companies like Hilton Hotels. I worked first in a small private hotel, French cuisine, a high level restaurant in Germany. Then I said it was time to work in a bigger hotel to see big operations.

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5 time-saving tips for parents who travel a lot

There are so many apps to help parents who require assistance with parenting. Parents who travel a lot need to take advantage of this technology to help save time and reduce stress. For instance,hotel booking and banking apps can help parent transfer money from a distant location to a child who needs it urgently. With banking apps, you can deposit checks from your phone, while calendar apps can send alerts that will remind the parent of key family-related appointments and events.

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Tourism Devt. Fund: Private sector should take lead – Adejuwon

Plans by the Federal Government of Nigeria to float a Tourism Development Fund, as one of the steps aimed at tackling paucity of funds in the sector has been described as the best option to funding tourism projects much as the industry is basically private sector’s inclined and entirely business oriented. Dr. Franklin Adejuwon, a Sustainable Tourism Expert, made this assertion while reacting to the statements credited to the Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Culture, Tourism and National Orientation, Mrs. Nkechi Ejele, that President Muhammadu Buhari has advised that they should establish Tourism Development Fund to help in the growth of the sector.

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