Mission & Objectives
The Food and Beverage Managers' Association
aims at providing the highest professional
Standards of management, education and
talent management in the food and beverage
hospitality culture & industry
To promote social interaction amongst
To discuss common work problems;
To promote and organize any scheme of
assistance for the Food & Beverage
Related or Management courses;
To affiliate with or become a member of
any related Association having similar
aims and objectives or with which the
Executives Committee considers it will
be in the interest of the Association;
To strengthen the knowledge and
profession of the Food & Beverage field;
To do all such other lawful things the
Executive Committee may deem to be in the
interest of the Association
The aim of our youth club is to provide a platform for networking
and exposure of our young professionals. It
is meant to facilitate and enhance their
careers in the hospitality industry, to
recognize their achievements and to groom
the future leaders in the F&B industry.
It is open to all professionals working in the F&B industry. The
minimum position for admission as a youth
member is Waiter.
The maximum age is 28 and the membership ceases when the member
reaches his 28th birthday. At this point, if
the member has been with the association for
a minimum of 2 full calendar years, the
executive committee may consider inviting
him to join as an ordinary member.
The membership is also open to students of
the Hospitality Industry schools
The membership fee is $15 per annum.
The Benefits and
There will be 4 major events during the calendar year, in which
youth members will have the opportunity to
network within their group and possibly
other groups of affiliated associations.
These events will be organized in
conjunction with food and beverage
tasting/workshops and will have invited
professional speakers from the hospitality
industry who will address the audience on
The youth group will also be invited to participate in selected
activities, which are organized for the
ordinary members, thus giving them the
additional opportunity to network with
Special visits to selected suppliers are also organized thus
giving the youth group the learning
Every year, the FBMC will sponsor one young member of the
association for an overseas study/workshop
or a visit to vineyard. This will be based
on meritocracy. The young member will be
offered the opportunity to visit an overseas
school and attend a course related to F&B.
We will also consider visit and workshop to
an overseas winery.
An annual award will be given to a supervisor who has provided
In order to determine which youth member will be sponsored for
the annual recognition a point system should
be put in place.
Points will be awarded for support on internal activities and for
introducing new member to the organization.
They can also be accumulated by attending
special courses and workshop aimed at
The proposed date for the launch will coincide with the
Octoberís/2008ís organized activity.
Existing members are encouraged to invite
potential new members to join the Youth
EAM (F&B), Directors of F&B Managers, Asst.
F&B Managers and Head of food and beverage
department of all Hotels, Clubs, Hospitals
and Catering institutes Ordinary Members are
entitled to vote or to be selected in the
Ordinary membership is extended to all Food & Beverage Executives
related to the Industry working in Jordan
and those that have left Jordan for
Ordinary members are entitled to vote or to be elected in the
Executive Committee with the exception of
those that have left to work overseas.
Contribution: $25 per year
Any other person not included in the
'ordinary category'. This includes suppliers
who wish to join the Association as an
individual. Associate Membership is not
entitled to vote or to be elected in the
Contribution: $80 per year
Any company who has interest in Food &
Beverage Management. The company can appoint
Contribution: $400 per year
From time to time the Governing Council may
invite individuals who have met the
prescribed criteria to be an Honorary
These are distinguished individuals who has
directly or indirectly, contributed in the
shaping and building up of high standards of
the F&B Industry in Jordan and whose
achievements would serve as a source of
inspiration and guidance to the general
membership to be an Honorary Fellow of the
Junior membership is extended to rank and
file personnel in the Food & Beverage
Service Industry and students from the
If you want to become a Member please go to
Executive Committee Members
The FBMC is proud to be
associated with the following corporate
All hotel suppliers
We are pleased to
furnish you with the necessary information
as a Member.
To provide a mechanism for communication
between the 'professional' body and
companies who supply goods and services
to the hospitality and tourism
To create a more effective consultation
process with suppliers regarding
important industry issues.
To create business with a valuable but
controlled means of access of Food and
Beverage Managers' Association can
broaden and improve its range of service
and activities for the benefit of the
We are sure that you will agree that one of
the main benefits of being a Corporate
Member is the knowledge that your Company
will be positively contributing to the
development and increased professionalism of
Corporate Members logo will be incorporated in our websites.
Access to both Ordinary and Associate
Members databank for networking. Subsidized
advertising rate in FBMC website for
products & service sponsorship
In conjunction with other organizations. FBMC will develop
seminars and talks which will be tailored to
the hospitality industry. The seminars will
cover areas such as Management and Personal
development. Training and Presentation
skills and successful selling. Food Hygiene
and Safe Food Handling Quality Circle, etc.
all at different levels. The seminars run
throughout the year and we will likely
extend these seminars regionally. The
Association will also support various
Culinary and F&B competitions for
Gala Dinners, Charity events, Wine Tasting Sessions will provide
ample opportunities for networking. The FBMC
organizes this networking opportunity on a
quarterly basis. FBMC.
FBMC is constantly working on providing
special offers and discounts for members.
This may include retail & F&B discounts at
selected places. New offers will be
announced on the website.
Gala Dinners, Charity Events, Wine Tasting Sessions will provided
ample opportunities for networking.
Alongside with all these events, the Food &
Beverages Managers' Association will
organize its own social events every
quarterly for members.
The official partnership with the Hospitality Magazine is
targeted at gaining more publicity on the
activities that the Food and Beverage
Managers Association is carrying out on a
regular basis. This will arouse public
awareness and open up more opportunities for
networking as well as expanding internal and
We hope that the above has provided you
information on the exclusivity available to
our members. We look forward to a successful
partnership and many more fruitful
Calendar of Activities
Meeting was held at Kempinski
Ishtar. Introduction to the
Meeting was held at Le Royal Hotel.
Executive committee members were
elected and next meeting has been
scheduled at Radisson SAS
Meeting was held at the Radisson SAS
hotel Hosted by Mr Ibrahim Karajeh.
The Team expressed the urgency of
Registering the CLUB through
collection of Application forms from
Meeting was held at the
Intercontinental Hotel. We saw a
slight increase of attendees. The
next meeting in Holiday Inn. Date
and time TBA.
Meeting was held in the Holiday Inn
Hotels Amman, the club agreed on a
number of activities in 2008, for
details contact Mr. Abdul Shukoor -