Sheraton Melbourne Hotel is pleased to announce th

first_imgSheraton Melbourne Hotel is pleased to announce the appointment of Achim Herterich to the position of Executive Chef.In his new role as Executive Chef, Achim will be responsible for the successful culinary operation of the hotel; providing inspirational leadership to his kitchen brigade and delivering a distinguished best-in-class experience at Sheraton Melbourne Hotel’s food and beverage venues, including Little Collins St Kitchen, Terrace Bar and Little Collins Larder.Achim brings a wealth of international hospitality experience and knowledge to the position having worked in various culinary roles over the past 32 years.Prior to his role at Sheraton Melbourne Hotel, Achim was Executive Chef & Owner of Kuche Inspirational Food; Victoria’s one stop destination for inspirational food, cooking, catering and wares.Hailing from Germany, Achim started his hospitality career as an Apprentice Chef at Hotel Skandia in Denmark. Pursuing his culinary career, Achim made his way from Hotel International in Switzerland to The Drake Hotel in New York, before finally settling at Australia’s Sheraton Mirage Port Douglas.Hal Philp, General Manager of Sheraton Melbourne Hotel, said: “Achim’s impressive resume is testament to his passion, skill, and extensive knowledge of the luxury service industry. His dedication to providing a memorable dining experience will play an important role in paving the way for Sheraton Melbourne Hotel as a culinary destination.”last_img read more

Youll Soon Need 10000 Views to Host YouTube Ads

first_img –shares YouTube YouTube is restricting who can make money from their videos to people whose channels have at least 10,000 total views. You’ll Soon Need 10,000 Views to Host YouTube Ads 2019 Entrepreneur 360 List Next Article Want to make money from ads on your YouTube videos? Your channel had better have more than 10,000 views.Those are the new rules for the YouTube Partner Program (YPP), home to many people who make their livings uploading original videos and attaching advertisements to them. YouTube says the 10,000-view threshold is a way to crack down on people who join the program by re-uploading original content and trying to make money off of it. “After a creator hits 10k lifetime views on their channel, we’ll review their activity against our policies,” YouTube explained in a blog post. “If everything looks good, we’ll bring this channel into YPP and begin serving ads against their content. Together these new thresholds will help ensure revenue only flows to creators who are playing by the rules.”The review process will begin in a few weeks, and will complement YouTube’s existing tool that allows people to report channels who impersonate original content creators.The new measures to protect video uploaders come as YouTube and its parent company Google have attracted criticism for displaying some ads alongside videos that promote terrorism or contain extremist content. Advertisers worldwide — including Verizon, AT&T and the British government — pulled their video spots from the platform last month following the revelations. Google promised to more closely monitor advertisements and give their owners more control over where they appear on YouTube.Meanwhile, if you don’t want to watch any ads on YouTube at all, you can sign up for a YouTube Red subscription. Or, if you don’t want to shell out any money, you can at least take solace in the fact that YouTube plans to eliminate those pesky 30-second unskippable ads starting next year (though 20-second and 6-second unskippable ads will remain). News reporter Tom Brantcenter_img Apply Now » Add to Queue April 7, 2017 This story originally appeared on PCMag Image credit: Gil C / Shutterstock.com The only list that measures privately-held company performance across multiple dimensions—not just revenue. 2 min readlast_img read more