The hospitality industry is set to thrive

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The value of the hospitality industry to the UK economy may be overlooked, but it is poised to sustain economic revival

Are we looking for a less formal fine dining experience?

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Dining trends are changing with the times as top restaurants serve up a more relaxed, conversational menu

Smart data gets hotel guests coming back

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Collecting and analysing consumer data is a win-win for guests, who get personalised offers and a superior service, and for hotels that can upsell and grow new business

House sharing is shaking up the UK hotel sector

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Hotels can learn from disruptors such as Airbnb that have introduced the hospitality industry to the sharing economy and delivered a stark wake-up call

Churchillian resolve to beat hospitality’s Brexit blues

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Weighing up the pros and cons of Brexit for the hospitality industry underlines the need for a robust response to seize opportunities and deal with the drawbacks

Where everyone is a VIP

As Neil Moffitt signs a commitment to a further five years with the company, he discusses the history of Hakkasan Group and how the business has become a global force in luxury hospitality

You can now dine à la carte anywhere

Wider choice, better quality and home delivery are transforming the dining experience for customers in restaurants, at home and even in the office

Being energy conscious needn’t cost the earth

Going green makes good business sense, says Robin Hale, director of the Energy Services and Technology Association (ESTA)