Two days of educational webinars, IGTV interviews and Facebook Premiere videos are now available for you to watch on demand
Over 29 and 30 June this year, we held our annual Imbibe Live event online, as we sadly had to postpone the physical event to 5-6 July 2021. Sponsored by Mezcal Sentir, the event was a huge success.
From learning how tech can help venues return to trading and what the wine market will look like post-lockdown, to discussing how our industry can be more diverse and inclusive and emerging consumer trends (pictured above), we covered myriad topics over 48 hours with some of the drinks world's most influential professionals.
Too busy to attend or want to watch again? No worries, all of our sessions now available, for free, on demand. See below for the full list of content and click to watch – enjoy!
Webinars (click here for access to all eight sessions):
- Lessons from around the world and what you can do to prepare for reopening (sponsored by Nordic Spirit)
- Emerging consumer trends and impacts on your drinks menu after lockdown (sponsored by Mr J.)
- What’s in store for hospitality over the next 12-18 months and how to get there (sponsored by WSET School London)
- Taste of the UK – A showcase of UK drinks and making the best of local producers
- Developing new revenue models for the new normal
- Supporting staff in the return to work when hospitality reopens
- The role of technology in helping venues successfully return to trading
- The impacts of lockdown on the wine market and future outlook (sponsored by Bibendum)
- The Drinks Trust CEO Ross Carter on how to access its wellness services (sponsored by The Drinks Trust)
- Deano Moncrieffe announces plans for Equal Measures, his new project educating to eradicate racism in the hospitality industry
- Learn how employees can better support themselves and how companies can invest in their employees with The Drinks Trust's Ross Carter (sponsored by The Drinks Trust)
- Alex Claridge, chef owner of The Wilderness in Birmingham, on the trials and tribulations of making his own gin during lockdown
- Hannah Lanfear (The Mixing Class) and Lo Marshall (research fellow at UCL Urban Laboratory) on making hospitality spaces more LGBTQI+ friendly
Facebook Premiere videos:
- Irish whiskey: Depth and diversity, with John Cashman (sponsored by Invest Northern Ireland/Drinks Ireland)
- The passion of Sentir: Relearn everything you know about mezcal (sponsored by Sentir Mezcal)
- Craft – An argument: Why craft beer is completely undefinable, hopelessly misunderstood and absolutely essential, with Pete Brown
- Cider: A journey to the 4 corners of the mouth, with Gabe Cook, The Ciderologist