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Desperate laundries call for urgent help

The laundry industry is in desperate straits. Seventy-five per cent of it is on its knees, because its work has dried up. That’s the 75% that used to look after the hospitality, sports, leisure and similar markets. The other 25% ...

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The laundry industry: A story of two halves following Coronavirus outbreak

There are 28,000 laundry operators who are currently supporting the UK economy. However, it is a story of two halves with the healthcare laundries currently working 24 hrs a day to support the incredible job our NHS is currently providing whist ...

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Keeping ventilation compliant this Christmas

Hospitality businesses across the country are gearing up for the next big event in the calendar; Christmas. As decorations are donned and diaries fill up with festive plans, restaurants, bars and hotels must ensure they are prepared for the Christmas ...

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Bog standards in the hospitality sector

Toilets leave a lasting impression, reveals a new survey and report on the UK public’s attitudes towards washrooms in hospitality establishments. Formica Group commissioned the report to better understand what makes a bathroom good or bad, asking 2,000 respondents for ...

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Apprenticeships, training and recruitment: Understanding changes to the government’s autumn budget  

Bob Cotton OBE, member of P&G Professional’s Expert Advisory Council and former Chief Executive Officer of the British Hospitality Association (BHA), explains why he feels so passionately about upskilling employees The current business climate has never been more uncertain. With ...

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Meeting the post Brexit challenge requires leadership

Leadership is key to the hospitality industry meeting the post Brexit challenge, says industry consultant, Bob Cotton Helped by a weakened pound, Britain’s hospitality industry is surviving the initial Brexit negotiations remarkably well. Hotel occupancy in London is at near ...

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