Global Bartending Talent Agency

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10 July 2020

Global bartending talent agency

Global Bartending Talent Agency. I am very proud to work with Global Bartending, the World’s first dedicated Bartender Talent Agency founded by Luxury Drinking. The platform is a hub for drinks professionals allowing them to connect with luxury brands, consumers and each other and provide a seamless service of booking management, contract negotiations and payments.

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  2. The Global Bartending Talent Agency has been developed to connect drinks professionals with luxury brands, consumers and each other. Those who are part of the agency will offer services such as cocktail and menu innovation, liquid research and development, competition judging, TV presenting, social media campaigns and more.

A new platform for some of the world's best-known bartenders has been set up by ex-Diageo World Class manager Dan Dove

Sixteen talents from the bartending community have already been signed to Global Bartending Talent Agency: Deano Moncrieffe, Ronnaporn Kanivichaporn, Remy Savage, Matt Whiley, Lynnette Marrero, Merlin Griffiths, David Rios, Pritesh Mody, Vasilis Kyritsis, Nikos Bakoulis, Kenji Jesse, Camille Vidal, Hannah Sharman-Cox and Siobhan Payne, Joe Schofield, Tess Posthumus and Daniel Schofield.

'The drinks trade has evolved so much in the last few years and with proper representation and professionalism – there is an opportunity for bartenders to begin to reach the notoriety of top chefs – as they rightly deserve to,' said London Cocktail Week's Sharman-Cox and Payne. 'We think Global Bartending will become the industry go-to and provide a benchmark for those searching for talent across the world.'

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Those who are signed to the agency will offer services including cocktail and menu innovation, liquid research and development, competition judging, TV presenting, social media campaigns and more. The business claims to be 'the first of its kind in the industry'.

'Global Bartending will play a massive role for trade, consumers and bartenders,' said founder Dan Dove, who has over 20 years of industry experience in the luxury drinks sector. 'In the current climate and the difficulties that the hospitality industry are facing today, Global Bartending will open doors to talent allowing them to explore new paths in their career using the skill sets they have learnt over the years, bringing them new and exciting opportunities.'

The talent agency aims to streamline and focus on project costs and clarify understanding when it comes to managing campaigns and using industry talent. It will also provide booking management, contract negotiation and payment services.

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Sustainability, human rights and diversity are also at the heart of Global Bartending. It also looks at every part of the supply chain to eliminate single-use plastic, promote zero waste and find efficient transportation methods, and will donate any leftover ingredients to events, local care homes and schools.

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A former Diageo employee has launched a talent agency for bartenders to “eliminate confusion” over rates of pay for contract work.

The agency, called Global Bartending, will act as a mediator between bartenders and prospective clients by providing booking management, contract negotiations and handling payments.

Dan Dove, a former Diageo World Class manager, has signed a number of high profile cocktail experts and TV personalities to the agency including Merlin Griffiths, the resident spirits slinger on Channel 4 TV show First Dates, Hannah Sharman-Cox and Siobhan Payne, the pair behind London Cocktail Week, and Matt Whiley, owner of seasonal London cocktail bar Scout.

Dove said: “Global bartending will play a massive role for trade, consumers and bartenders. In the current climate and the difficulties that the hospitality industry are facing today, Global Bartending will open doors to talent allowing them to explore new paths in their career using their skill sets they have learnt over the years, bringing them new and exciting opportunities.”

The agency, which is the first of its kind in the industry, will feature detailed profile pages for all talent highlighting their specific skill sets and attributes, allowing prospective clients the ability to “make better business decisions,” according to a statement.

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Dove hopes the agency will “eliminate confusion” by providing both talent and clients with legal contracts and scopes of work to “ensure clarity on expectations.”

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While talent agencies for celebrity chefs are commonplace today, bartenders have also started to gain notoriety through TV appearances on shows such as Sunday Brunch, and through masterclasses at events such as the Mindful Drinking Festival.

Sharman-Cox and Payne said in a statement that bartenders have an opportunity to reach the notoriety of top chefs.

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“The drinks trade has evolved so much in the last few years and with proper representation and professionalism – there is an opportunity for bartenders to begin to reach the notoriety of top chefs.”