Diageo runs its first-ever All Women Bar Academy training in Luanda, Angola to address gender gaps and stereotypes in industry


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Diageo hosts first All Women Bar Academy training in Angola

Diageo hosts first All Women Bar Academy training in Angola

 April 15, 2021

Diageo hosted its first-ever All Women Bar Academy training in Luanda, Angola, designed to specifically address the gender gap and challenge the barman stereotype in the industry in Angola.

Bringing together a community of drinks professionals

This event was part of the global Diageo Bar Academy, which offers training, education, bar-related news, cocktail trends, drinks inspiration, recipes, trade engagement and insights from world-renowned bartenders. 

Diageo Bar Academy helps staff deliver better drinks and enhance their careers, while also supporting owners, operators and managers to improve a businesses'  performance and profitability. 

Plus, this platform brings together industry professionals, enabling them to share trends, ideas and inspiration from their regions.


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