The Business Cuisine Podcast | Weekly interviews with inspiring entrepreneurs & innovators within and beyond the industry | China F&B Business
About This Show
TBC podcast is a weekly show featuring entrepreneurship&innovation in China's Food and Beverage business. Each week, I will interview the most inspiring entrepreneurs, innovators and influencers within and beyond the F&B industry, covering topics in culture, legal protection, marketing, government regulations etc.
The show is designed to educate, inspire and connect. And to help aspiring entrepreneurs and small-to-medium business owners just like you to learn how to start, run, and grow your Food and Beverage business here on the ground in China.
The show is structured starting with guests share their connection to China, China Business Review, Entrepreneurial Journey Highlights, Highest and Lowest Moments, Food for Thought, and lastly, China Fun Facts. At the end of each episode, i will ask all guests to share one piece of advice if they had to start all over again.
Join me for a weekly all-you-can-eat-and-drink business buffet from China. Let’s learn and grow together.
Most Recent Episode
TBC 13: Leading China’s Fine Dining with Alex Molina, Co-Founder and General Manager of Mosto Group
7 days ago
About today’s guest, I have a very special bond with. I worked with him at his 1st restaurant for a short 2 weeks when it was opened in 2008. 8 years later – here we are, with 3 kids, a beautiful wife who is also his business partner, 3 sub-brands, 8 locations across Beijing, Chengdu and Hangzhou. I can’t help but wonder – can life get any better for him? Since its first opening in 2008 aiming to serve contemporary cuisine with a South American twist, Mosto certainly has established its name in Beijing’s fine dining scene and has also set up a high bar for its fellow restaurateurs, not just for its sophisticated Swedish design, but its creative cooking that focusing on quality, so much so that even the crown princess of Sweden couldn't resist to pay a visit when she was visiting Beijing during the Olympics. Alex shared his experience in the wine industry in different countries, that experience eventually lead him to open up his own restaurant in Beijing, the changes of Chinese consumer in the past 10 years, the growing industry trends, healthy living style, how does he view competition, creative ideas get copied and the use of WeChat in the industry, his belief to make it successful in the F&B industry etc. Want to know where the name Mosto comes from? Tune in for my conversation with the Co-Founder, also the General Manager of Mosto Group, Columbian wine expert Alex Molina.