The consumer services sector plays a vital role in Singapore’s economy, contributing 0.8% of Singapore’s GDP and employing about 180,000 workers in 2016! With changing consumer preferences & tastes, it creates a wealth of opportunities for F&B companies to innovate and harness advanced technologies.
Source: Enterprise Singapore
How does e2i support the Consumer Services industry?
French Chef Deguignet Masterclass
In-line with Worker 4.0, Patisserie G approached and worked with e2i’s network of industry masters. We invited Chef Deguignet, from Le Cordon Bleu, to conduct over 4 days of masterclasses.
Le Cordon Bleu is the largest network of culinary and hospitality schools in the world with more than 35 institutes in 20 countries and 20,000 students of over 100 nationalities trained every year. Through these masterclasses, a total of 150 individuals had the privilege to gain direct guidance from the prestigious French Master Chef.
Addressing Training Gaps For Barista And Chef 4.0 Through Place-And-Train (PnT) Programmes
With support from Wine & Dine Experience Pte Ltd, e2i outreached and shared Place-and-Train (PnT) programmes and SFA workshops to trade professionals.
As part of Barista 4.0 and Chef 4.0 roadmap, e2i rolled out the PnT programme in conjunction with SG Top Café Guide and industry-wide survey to identify and address gaps in training and competencies of chefs and baristas.
Let’s Go Jalan-Jalan at Singapore Turf Club
Let’s Go Jalan-Jalan is a food and music festival with the aim to promote opportunities for different types of generations to come together to bond and support local entrepreneurs at this festival.
e2i collaborated with The Third Party for their hiring and placement initiatives during the event. At the festival, other than food and merchandise booths, there are also activities such as Pony Petting, Go Kart rides, Best Dressed Retro Pop Contest, Pyrography, Daily lucky draw and kite painting corner.