By Hacking Hospitality
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Hacking Hospitality is a podcast series, hosted by Jale Erentok, which presents a monograph of the future of dining. The series is a topical, open discourse investigation for anyone interested in an anthropological look at the pioneers and innovators of hospitality, big data and the systems that surround it.
||Clean04 - Luke Bishop | Polpo||Luke Bishop, Managing Director of Polpo Restaurants, describes hospitality as a tactile experience. At Polpo, data is built through people; through the physical transaction between an engaged member of staff and a welcomed guest. He leads his team towards a common goal; to restore people. Luke shares with us his fascination with the sociology of a diner,his lifelong journey through hospitality and what it means to him.||10 4 2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean03 - Isabella Pighi | Google||Google Data Scientist, Isabella Pighi shares her insights on how to approach data analysis for hospitality, and how we can create an inspiring atmosphere for the next generation of young women to become mathematicians, scientists and technologists.||13 3 2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean02 - Andy Oliver | Som Saa||A business and economics major, forged a unique path to transform himself into one of the most talked about chefs of Thai cusine in London. Andy Oliver speaks with Hacking Hospitality about the creation of his crowd funded restauraunt SomSaa of which he is head chef and co-founder.||25 1 2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean01 - Meng Zijun | TA TA Eatery||Hacking Hospitality speak to Meng Zijun; a true artist who expresses himself in gentle gestures through the meticulously sourced ingredients he uses. His food has an air of bold understanding and commitment which he presents as small crafted plates with an Asian influence at an unexpected destination. Meng shares his unique journey from studying art to becoming a chef and opening his own eatery. And we get a glimpse into the philosophy behind the system that he and his team at TA Ta Eatery rely on most.||21 12 2016||Free||View in iTunes|