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Prime example: As well as being a vegetarian restaurant, Terre à Terre has taken on the responsibility of catering for other requirements, allergies and intolerances

Dietary requirements: Terre à Terre’s top tips

By Luke Nicholls

In the third part of our Dietary Requirements special feature, BigHospitality takes a trip to Terre à Terre vegetarian restaurant in Brighton, to find out exactly what it’s like running a venue that is not just continuing to push the boundaries in meat-free...

The Glion Hospitality School will open its doors in August. We were given a taster of what students will be learning on their three year course.

How to become a hotel manager: Masterclass with Glion

By Emma Eversham

What skills do you need to be a hotel manager? Following a special media masterclass for select hospitality journalists, this was the question posed to Arie van der Spek, chief executive of Glion Institute of Higher Education. 

BigHospitality has delved through the contents of the Chancellor's famous red box to find out what the 2013 Budget really means for your hospitality business

Budget 2013: What it really means for your hospitality business

By Emma Eversham & Peter Ruddick

Now the dust has settled on George Osborne's fourth Budget speech, the race is on to identify the winners and losers from this year's announcements. BigHospitality has pored over the detail so you don't have to - our audio report contains...

Jess, a manager at The Somers Town Coffee House, with Billy, one of the first people to benefit from Yummy Pub Company's work experience scheme which is now being rolled out across the industry

UK pub industry pledges more than 400 work placements in just one week

By Peter Ruddick

Long hours, unskilled work and few career development opportunities: the hospitality industry, and pubs in particular, are constantly fighting to change these perceptions of jobs in the sector but now the team behind a new initiative gaining momentum believes it...

From asking customers to upload photo and video to your website to employing a professional photographer to capture the spirit of your business; photo and video can be great marketing tools - photo credit Tyson Sadlo

How to market your hospitality business better using photo and video

By Peter Ruddick

A picture might tell a thousand words but getting the right photo and video to market your hotel, restaurant, pub or bar is often not as simple as penning some winning prose - so what top tips can hospitality businesses take to improve their imagery?

(Top left to bottom right): W London, Ampersand, Apex Temple Court & Bulgari have all used innovate design features to stand out in a busy London hotel market

Grand designs: The evolution of style in luxury hotels

By Luke Nicholls

From Travelodge to the Savoy, hotel design has always played a crucial role in reinforcing brand identities and differentiating a business from its competitors. But with an increasing number of 'design-led', 'luxury' and 'boutique'...

From beer and food matching to the rise of brewed soft drinks, this panel discussion covers all

Increasing drinks margins: Panel discussion at The Restaurant Show

By Luke Nicholls

At 22.7bn and in growth, the UK on-trade beer, wine and spirits market remains a star performer. This panel discussion at The Restaurant Show explores some of the current trends and identifies how you should be revising your drinks list over the next...

Hotel GB is open for service on Channel 4 for the rest of the week (1 - 5 October)

Behind the scenes at Hotel GB: Will the TV show benefit hospitality?

By Luke Nicholls

Gordon Ramsay is dishing out the orders in the restaurant, Mary Portas is in charge of the rooms and Gok Wan is running the bar. The stars of Hotel GB think the show will have an eventual wider impact on our hospitality industry - are they right? BigHospitality...

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