Hostplus Sustained Performers 

What does it take to stay at the top of your game in hospitality? Melbourne Food & Wine Festival and Hostplus asked six leaders in the industry how they continue to perform, innovate and grow, year after year. Catch their conversations here each week.

In a notoriously tough industry, how do some hospitality businesses continue to thrive and expand? What’s the secret to their success and profile?

We asked six inspiring leaders, from Shane Delia of Providoor to Fleur Studd of Market Lane, what they’ve done throughout their careers to perform at the highest level and overcome challenges along the way.

Each week, in partnership with Hostplus, we’ll release a new video with:

  • Raphael Rashid, Beatbox Kitchen
  • Fleur Studd, Market Lane
  • Jo Barrett, Greenhouse by Joost
  • Paul and Jessica Ghaie, Blackhearts & Sparrows
  • Miranda Sharp, Melbourne Farmers Markets
  • Shane Delia, Providoor

For the team at Hostplus, sustained performance means delivering strong investment returns to their members over the long term. It’s the same for these leaders in the hospitality industry. It’s not just about creating one great dish or product. It’s about consistently bringing your best, day after day, year after year.

To find out more about Hostplus, visit their website now.

Consider the relevant Hostplus Product Disclosure Statement (PDS), your objectives, financial situation and needs before deciding if Hostplus is appropriate for you. Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future performance.
Raph Rashid

Raph Rashid

of Beatbox Kitchen.

Fleur Studd

Fleur Studd

of Market Lane Coffee.

Jo Barrett

Jo Barrett

of Greenhouse by Joost.

Jessica and Paul Ghaie

Jessica and Paul Ghaie

of Blackhearts & Sparrows.

Miranda Sharp

Miranda Sharp

of Melbourne Farmers Markets.

Shane Delia

Shane Delia

of Providoor and Maha.

PRESENTED BY

Header Photography: Daniel Mahon
Videography: Glue Content