Four-track curriculum should prove effective for those opening restaurants in competitive environment
Washington, D.C. (May 17, 2019) – Eatery Pulse Media, a primary source of restaurants news in the U.S., will open registration for its Washington, D.C. school for restaurant owners this spring. The cost effective, financially-focused EPN College will provide seminar-style education to future restaurateurs in the nation’s capital. EPN College will provide these courses at different restaurant venues and community spots across the D.C. area. EPN College prepares restaurant workers, chefs and aspiring restaurateurs to be successful restaurant owners.
Under The Swizzle Chill Channel, a D.C.-centric source of food industry news and part of the Eatery Pulse Network, the “floating” D.C. school for restaurant owners will offer four modules as part of a curriculum of highly-meaningful and effective classes. The Swizzle Chill Channel is currently in production of Season 2 of Swizzle Chill TV – DC Food, Drink and Lifestyle Show.
EPN College, a D.C. school for restaurant owners
“Restaurateurs in D.C. and nationally are best-served by embracing a numbers-based approach to their business,” says Rick Zambrano, Eatery Pulse editor, of the D.C. school for restaurant owners. “EPN College is meant to better-prepare the next generation of independent restaurant owners.”
According to the The Swizzle Chill Channel, EPN College has an updated course curriculum for its rotating-school. More details and syllabi related to these non-accredited classes will be announced. Classes are expected to begin in June.
EPN College Tracks
- Restaurant Financial Principles (Module I) – 3 courses
- Restaurant Business Plans and Leasing (Module II) – 3 courses
- Food Costing (Module III) – 4 courses
- Restaurant Marketing 3.0 + Technology (Module IV) – 2 courses
Also starting this spring, The Swizzle Chill Channel films Season 2 of its visually-engaging video broadcast show. The new season of Swizzle Chill TV – DC Food, Drink and Lifestyle Show continues to celebrate the food scene in Washington, D.C. In Swizzle Chill TV’s second year, Season 2 is expected to build on the quality and creativity of its HD programming. The show spotlights top venues and chefs in Greater D.C.
“Swizzle Chill TV is a locally-created videocast that draws upon the experiences of local talent and video creators to celebrate D.C.’s food scene,” says Zambrano, who produces the show.
What’s more, food and drink aficionados can watch Swizzle Chill TV on YouTube, Facebook and online at swizzlechill.net. Also, by signing up for its local industry news at subscribe.swizzlechill.com, they can get local restaurant news and new episode alerts. Additionally, pre-registration for EPN College, the D.C. school for restaurant owners, is available on the aforementioned subscription page.
About The Swizzle Chill Channel
The Swizzle Chill Channel highlights some of the best of drinking, dining, living and “chilling” in the nation’s capital, periodically bringing exciting facets of Washington, D.C. life and its surrounding suburbs to readers and viewers. As part of the Eatery Pulse Network, The Swizzle Chill Channel brings video-based updates, interviews and exploration of the District online, in digital format and on social media. The Swizzle Chill Channel keeps foodies and restaurant industry stakeholders informed, and comprises Swizzle Chill TV, the Swizzle Chill Blog, District Restaurants and Living, Eatery Pulse News DC and EPN College. Swizzle Chill TV episodes are produced and filmed by arel7 studio team in ultra-HD format.
About arel7 studio team
arel7 studio team creates visually-compelling and unique experiences to engage clients, customers and prospects through its ultra-HD production solutions, custom media and video marketing programs. Currently, studio team offers its clients 6K production to amp up their brands and stories. studio team helps businesses tell their stories through beautiful and visually-engaging video and content-rich custom media programs. Swizzle Chill TV is filmed by studio team on location in Greater Washington, D.C.
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