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The Tahona Society Editorial Team

Jun 03, 2021

And the winner of The Collective Competition will be…


One of these 14 sustainable projects will be the happy winner of $50,000 USD and will make their initiative a reality. What are you waiting for to enter your project in next year’s (2022) competition?

1. Bottling the essence of Cuba

  • Uses local ingredients and supports small producers. 
  • Adapts the concepts of sustainability, social responsibility, and seasonality. 
  • Respects and maximizes the use of raw material.
  • Developed a production line of bottled cocktails, cordials, and mixers. 


2. An academy for bar community

  • An academy in Palermo for experienced or novice bartenders that includes migrants and citizens. 
  • Encourages the bar community to work together to improve and innovate in the industry.  
  • A working space that interchanges as a café, bar and academy. 


3. Healthy meals during shifts

  • A wellness project focused on educating the hospitality industry on the importance of healthy eating.
  • Plans to cater events like bar shows, and deliver healthy meals to hospitality workers during shifts.

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4. Credit and investments for hospitality workers

  • A credit union for hospitality workers. 
  • All too often, our industry is not taught about saving, especially within tipping culture. 
  • Will encourage and educate hospitality staff and venue owners to learn about savings, investments, and planning for their future.


5. Teaching to grow their own produce

  • Will utilize unused outdoor spaces and convert them into greener spaces for cultivating produce alongside a bars cocktail program. 
  • By teaching the hospitality community to grow their own produce, gives room for a plethora of new sustainably and locally grown ingredients.


6. Safe guests thanks to a QR code 

  • An ordering system for bars and restaurants using a QR code.  
  • Designed to educate the guest about staying safe while enjoying your night out.
  • Include maps to safe places, venues and how to alert someone if feeling unsafe. 

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7. A bartending agency

  • A bartending agency that guarantees professionally trained bartenders for hire for venues and events.  
  • Provides fair financial security, mental health services and high-level hospitality education for their bartenders.


8. Transforming waste for a better future

  • Addresses the problem of highly toxic (due to Bisphenol compound) thermal paper used in command printers. 
  • Seeks to reduce the risks of these papers to both bartenders and clients. 


9. Exchanging recycled products for points

  • An online platform where you can exchange recycled products for points that can be redeemed for other recycled products or services.
  • These exchanges will begin between cocktail bars, flower and coffee shops, fruit suppliers and alcohol distributors.

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10. On line opportunities for hospitality workers

  • A learning and skills management platform designed to create opportunities for hospitality workers in the global gig economy.  
  • Building a platform to assess, manage and deploy hospitality minded problem solvers.


11. Look for the pin and feel safe

  • A pin concept where those who wear the pin are strong pioneers of creating safe environments.
  • If a person is feeling uncomfortable in a situation in a hospitality venue, they can search for someone wearing the “Always Here” pin and know that that person will be there to help. 


12. Natural cosmetic products

  • Aims to offer high quality, natural cosmetics created from waste products in the hospitality industry.
  • Using the likes of spent coffee grounds and citrus, these products will aim to rival high-street brands and will be based on both traditions and low-waste production system.


13. Building a recycling community 

  • Aims to create a community amongst bars and restaurants to sort trash and recycle it into coasters and souvenirs, in collaboration with local companies. 
  • Also working to raise money from cocktail sales to plant trees in their city. 


14. Exchanging knowledge for the future 

  • A platform for bartenders to exchange knowledge, successes, and failures as they grow their hospitality careers.
  • Via his website, a bartender could put together a plan to learn how to reach their goals of opening their own venue.