Dinner Conversation with Prof. Sheryl Kimes - You'll never look at a restaurant menu in the same way again!
Let's talk about one of the most popular activities in Singapore--going out to eat! Have you ever thought about how you choose items off of a menu? Are you choosing the items that you want to try or is the menu designed in such a way that cause you to order those items? Chances are that it's a combination of the two, but the menu design plays a much larger role than what you might think. After a short presentation by Prof. Kimes, I can assure you that you'll never look at a menu in the same way again!
To allow for more in-depth conversations and questions with Prof. Kimes, this event is limited to 16 people. So sign up here now!
Date/Time: May 28, 7 pm
The Second Floor, The American Club, 10 Claymore Hill, Singapore 229573
Price/member*: $70 nett
* Member: Current dues paying member of Cornell Club of Singapore. If you would like to join as a member, click this link
Event Price includes sit-down dinner (Beverages not included)
Prof. Sheryl E. Kimes is a professor of operations management at the School of Hotel Administration. From 2005–2006, she served as interim dean of the School and from 2001-2005, she served as the school’s director of graduate studies. Kimes teaches restaurant revenue management, yield management and food and beverage management. She has been named the school’s graduate teacher of the year three times.