Date: November 9, 2023
Time: 9:00 AM – 4:30 PM
Location: Kai Art Center, Peetri 12, 10415 Tallinn
Catering: Lunch and beverages provided by Lore Bistro
Pricing: 85 €
Led by Copenhagen-based MAD Academy, this full-day workshop invites the Estonian hospitality community to a second day of learning, inspiration, and community. Serving the ambition of Estonia to become a destination for responsible gastronomy, the day will ask its audience to create and explore new ideas whilst serving them with proven approaches drawn from MAD Academy’s experience as industry educators.
Morning sessions will focus primarily on how individual hospitality business can reduce their environmental impact. Using MAD’s framework, attendees will look at practices and changes that they can implement in their businesses to reduce the carbon footprint and lessen demand on natural resources. Recommended changes will be addressing often-overlooked areas of operations including ways to reduce consumption of energy and water and provide ideas on how to improve sourcing and handling of ingredients and other materials. Real-world examples and inspiring mindsets from businesses within and outside the hospitality sector will underly each topic. These stories will illustrate how embracing circular thinking can effectively diminish (food)waste and reduce the businesses impact on the planet, all while reducing operational costs.
The afternoon session will explore how the Estonian hospitality industry can collectively achieve a positive impact. Utilizing an unique and engaging methodology, participants will have the opportunity to articulate their values, share ideas, and discuss barriers they face individually and collectively. The outcome of this workshop is to create initiatives and outline future opportunities that will continue to support the growth and development of sustainable hospitality in Estonia.
Supporting the industries want for knowledge and its ambition for action, the day’s focus will be on understanding and reducing carbon emissions and implementing circularity. Embracing environmental responsibility as a mindset participants will learn and practice implementing meaningful changes related to carbon emissions and waste reduction using MAD’s environmental framework. The program will contain concrete insights and a wealth of best practices that can immediately be applied. Beyond individual gains and actions, the event will again bring together a community of like-minded leaders and business owners in the Estonian hospitality industry, fostering discussions on how to act for good collectively.
This workshop will be conducted in English and welcomes professionals from all levels of expertise, from seasoned industry veterans to aspiring entrepreneurs. We extend a warm welcome to both past workshop participants and newcomers eager to join the journey.
Registration & welcome breakfast @Lore Bistroo
Welcome words from European Green Capital 2023: Municipality of Tallinn
Estonian Restaurant & Hotel Association
Jack Muirhead & Ed Romein of MAD Academy
|9.30 - 10.15||
Recap: Climate and Food in the 21st century – what happened and what can we do?
|10.15 – 12.00||
Circularity & Carbon – practical guides to reducing emissions and closing the loop on waste streams
|12.00 – 13.00||
|13.00 – 14.30||
Producing positive impact in Hospitality
|14.00 - 14.30||
|14.30 – 15.45||
Planning change & continuing sustainable gastronomy in Estonia
|15.45 - 16.00||
Closing Comments + Questions
|16.00 - 17.00||
Time to socialize
Jack Muirhead is the Manager of MAD Academy and a former bartender of 15 years with experience in some of the world’s greatest bars. Drawing from his practical experience and genuine passion for all things hospitality, Jack has spent the last 5 years crafting educational programs and events for hospitality professionals. His work includes MAD Academy’s unique curriculum which addresses the pressing needs of the hospitality industry and that its methodology and mission resonates with bartenders, cooks, waiters, and hospitality craftspeople around the globe.
Ed Romein is the Head of the Environment & Sustainability program at MAD Academy. He channels his 25 years of experience in education, academic research, and consultancy to foster learning in the hospitality industry. With more than a decade–long fascination on how people engage with food and chefs turn ideas into delicious inventions on a plate, he has acquired a taste to understand eating as an environmental act. Before joining MAD, Ed taught at the Copenhagen Business School, Copenhagen University, Freiburg University, DIS Study Abroad, and the Netherlands School of Public Administration.
Sündmusel osalejate arv on piiratud 70 inimesega. Kohad kinnitatakse vastavalt registreerimisankeetide laekumise järjekorrale. EHRL’i liikmetele on tagatud 2-päevane eelis registreerimiseks.
Et tagada võimalikult paljude ettevõtete kaasatus, on kuni 31. oktoobrini võimalik registreerida kuni 2 inimest ettevõtte kohta (erandiks EHRL’i põhiliikmed, kes saavad registreerida kuni 3 osalejat). Kui soov on registreerida rohkem, kinnitame lisakohad vastavalt võimalusele ootelehe alusel pärast 31. oktoobrit.
Registreerimisankeedi laekumisel väljastame ettevõttele arve kuni 2 tööpäeva jooksul. Arve tasumise tähtaeg on 3 tööpäeva, selle ületamisel kaotab registreering kehtivuse ja kohad antakse järgmistele soovijatele.
Inspiratsioonipäeva korraldavad EHRL ja Tallinna Strateegiakeskuse turismiosakond Tallinna Rohelise pealinna 2023 programmi raames. Eriline tänu Kristjan Peäskele.
Sündmusel osalemise hind: 85 eurot inimese kohta (sisaldab programmi ja toitlustust). Osalustasu ei ole tagastatav.