Almost one million fake hospitality reviews were rejected or removed from TripAdvisor in 2020, the company has revealed. The platform’s latest Review Transparency Report said that of the 26 million reviews posted in 2020, 3.6% were found to be fraudulent and 67% were stopped….
Monthly Archives: October, 2021
A hospitality scholarship to support hospitality students has been set up in the name of inspirational catering educationalist Victor Ceserani. Ceserani was behind industry bibles Practical Cookery, Advanced Practical Cookery and The Theory of Catering, which he co-authored….
DRINKS giant Diageo has a launched a new 15-day training programme which will give a hospitality skills boost to help young people in the north to access employment in the sector, which has been hardest hit during the pandemic. The Guinness Learning for Life – Gateway to….
Catering students showed off their culinary skills and cooked a range of dishes for visitors to the college, which is part of WCG (formerly Warwickshire College Group). It will really support the students embark on their future catering jobs and careers. ‘Courses’ restaurant will….
Chancellor Rishi Sunak has unveiled a 50% discount on business rates for the hospitality, retail and leisure sectors (up to £110,000), equating to a business tax cut worth £1.7bn, the biggest single-year rates cut for firms in over 30 years. Unveiling his latest Budget in the Commons….
The hospitality industry is looking for people who want to begin an exciting, lifelong career in which no two days are the same. Hospitality Apprenticeships Week 2021, taking place from 18 to 22 October 2021 aims to showcase the range of apprenticeships available across a….
UK hotel trading performance is set to improve in 2022 following a volatile period due to the pandemic as demand continues to return, with the Midlands hospitality sector pinning its hopes on the Commonwealth Games for a boost in business. PwC’s UK Hotels Forecast 2021-2022….
A hotel in north Norfolk has been awarded the Red Star Award and has been named one of the best in the country. The Blakeney Hotel was awarded four AA Red Stars for its outstanding level of hospitality and service. The AA announced the winners for its Red Star….
SHORT but intensive training programmes are being launched in York to give would-be chefs a taste of the job and boost chef skills in the region. Six people will be offered training in basic chef skills, through classroom and kitchen-based learning, with a guaranteed job interview….
Britain’s leading managed restaurant groups achieved a significant bounce in sales in September, the latest edition of the Coffer CGA Business Tracker reveals. The Tracker, produced by CGA in partnership with the Coffer Group and RSM, found total sales of managed restaurant….