Source: The Daily Herald of Monday, July 20, 2015.
SIMPSON BAY–European Bartender School (EBS) is set to add St. Maarten to its list of exciting educational destination programme locations and to kick off its four-week courses in late November.
The course is paired with accommodation, but also can be taken separately and is open to St. Maarten residents, who are “more than welcome,” EBS-Amsterdam Managing Director Dillan van Heusden told The Daily Herald. “We would love them to participate in our course.”
To this end, besides providing a fun educational experience to visitors, Van Heusden said he hoped the school also could contribute to bringing “bartending in St. Maarten to the next level.”
He added that a cocktail catering company established in the Netherlands and Belgium is also in the planning for St. Maarten. It will offer workshops and host events with a mobile cocktail bar.
Van Heusden, who has lived in St. Maarten, runs EBS-Amsterdam with his partner Mads Voorhoeve.
He explained that stakeholders had gotten together a few months ago to discuss further development for the EBS educational programme during a yearly convention in Barcelona between the EBS board and representatives of all international locations…..
The complete article in The Daily Herald of Monday, July 20, 2015.