Morganne Abou-Haydar brings with her a passion for planning, creativity and communications, having spent over three years as events manager at Wedgewood DMC Group in both London and Paris.
New research published by hospitality and pub trade bodies in the UK shows the scale of the challenges facing these hard-hit businesses as they look to rebuild from the pandemic.
Clubbers and people attending some other venues in England will have to be fully vaccinated by the end of September, the government has confirmed.
A new strategy designed to ensure pubs, bars and restaurants in England can begin to recover from the Covid-19 pandemic has been released by the government.
The body argued it is time to lift remaining restrictions on the hospitality industry and give visitors to Wales simple and clear messages about staying safe.
UKHospitality has welcomed a decision by prime minister Boris Johnson to lift virtually all remaining Covid-19 restrictions in England from July 19th.
The body argues the current rules are proving “massively disruptive” for hospitality businesses across the UK and leading to venue closures and reduced operating hours.
Boris Johnson has announced that the full reopening of the hospitality sector will be delayed by four weeks, until July 19th. Restrictions will thus remain in place at pubs, restaurants and stadiums.
The government must stick to its roadmap and lift all restrictions on June 21st or risk further jeopardising the future of thousands of hospitality businesses, UKHospitality has warned.
Travel trade association UKinbound has confirmed that its annual convention will go ahead this year. The event will take place on September 16-17 at the Kimpton Clocktower Hotel in Manchester.
UKHospitality has revealed the extent of the staffing crisis facing a sector that is already in a hugely fragile state following more than a year of closures and severely restricted trading.
A new survey of members, found that resolving the rent debt issue is critical to ensuring the future health of a sector that pre-pandemic accounted for ten per cent of UK employment.