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Instagrammable experiences, a pop up inspired by the flavours of Jerusalem, discover this month’s good tips from Talent Developer!
While Covid is transforming the hotel’s reception area, some are transforming rooms into living spaces, offering guests greater security, comfort and ease of use.
Between the wine business, support for company creation and the deployment of offers on 4 continents, there is no limit to the Talent Developer teams!
The health crisis complicates and even compromises internships and work experience. Hotel school students sometimes feel a little lost. They find it difficult to project themselves. Talent Developer offers them support and solutions to keep them going.
Six months after its creation, Talent Developer is expanding its network. The idea is to offer a wide range of solutions to young people looking for internships and work experience. Partnerships have thus been formed with the French Alliance and the Atelier des chefs.
With the return of the warm weather, “click & collect” can be enjoyed in the Tuileries, a stone’s throw from the offices of Estrella Maillet and Philippine Freiman. At the head of Talent Developer, the duo enjoys the fresh air at lunchtime or for a sweet snack. Follow them!
Running an establishment is no picnic for hoteliers and restaurateurs at Covid-19 time. However, some take the opportunity to rethink the way they receive, welcome, serve… They innovate and adapt by already projecting themselves into the post-crisis period.
On the fringes of the health crisis, Talent Developer outlines the profiles likely to find their place in the rapidly changing café, hôtel and restaurant (CHR) sector. One of the keys to being hired is to have a global approach to a project or issue.
Between confinement and curfew, it is sometimes necessary to slalom to eat in Paris. Where do Estrella Maillet and Philippine Freiman go to lunch when they are in their office on rue du Mont Thabor? The duo, at the head of Talent Developer, delivers some good tips.
I would like to study in France without working, which visa can I apply for? And if I need to work alongside my studies in France, which visa is right for me? I dream of doing an internship of at least 4 months in France, which visa should I choose?
They chose rue du Mont Thabor to set up Talent Developer’s Parisian offices. Estrella Maillet and Philippine Freiman opted for the heart of the capital, where there is no shortage of renowned hotels and gastronomic restaurants.
Doing an internship in Paris in gastronomy or the hospitality industry is guaranteed to add a high added value experience to your CV and to be even more sought after by recruiters
Estrella Maillet founded Talent Developer. Philippine Freiman directs its operations. Two profiles and two complementary backgrounds at the service of young people. The objective: to help them find their place and fit in the hotel and restaurant business.
Confinement, curfews, stricter hygiene rules… the current context is forcing hotels and restaurants to adapt and be imaginative. From “click & collect” to the bedroom-office, via ephemeral grocery stores, hospitality takes on a new look.
There is not really a “typical” hospitality internship, but rather a multitude of departments in a wide variety of hospitality establishments that will allow you to complete the internship of your dreams and lead you to professional success. Tell me what you want to do and then and I’ll tell you what job, what company, and what skills you need!
30 years of experience in the international hospitality industry, the culinary arts, and student training and support allow the TALENT DEVELOPER team to draw from a large network and support you in your professional plan.