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Ed Balls to headline 2017 hospitality summit

Ed Balls to headline 2017 hospitality summit

By Sophie Witts

Former shadow chancellor and Strictly Come Dancing star Ed Balls has been announced as keynote speaker at this year’s hospitality and tourism summit in London.

Springboard and BHA to champion housekeeping careers

Springboard and BHA to champion housekeeping careers

By Sophie Witts

Springboard and the British Hospitality Association (BHA) will host the first ever Big Hospitality Conversation event focused on careers in housekeeping at The Dorchester hotel on 7 September.

The new allergen legislation comes into force tomorrow

Allergen regulation: Time’s up

By Melodie Michel

The much-anticipated EU Food Information for Consumers Regulation came into force on 13 December. BigHospitality looks at what is changing, and the impact of the new law on the industry.

Merlin Entertainments chief executive Nick Varney, chairman of the BHA

BHA appoints Merlin CEO as chairman

By Melodie Michel

Nick Varney, chief executive of Merlin Entertainments will be taking over from Alan Parker CBE as chairman of the British Hospitality Association (BHA) on 1 January 2015.

The BHA is the leading representative organisation in the hospitality industry, representing hotels, restaurants and foodservice providers

Nick Clegg 'thoroughly welcomes' BHA’s Agenda for 300,000 New Jobs

By Luke Nicholls

Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg has heaped praise on a report from the British Hospitality Association (BHA), which indicates that 300,000 new jobs could be created across the UK by 2020 if the Government works more closely with hotels, restaurants and...

Fish caught from unlicensed fishing vessels and shellfish harvested from unsafe areas are thought to be being offered for sale direct to the foodservice industry

Get illegal seafood off the menu, caterers warned

By Luke Nicholls

The catering industry is at risk of purchasing unsafe, poor quality or illegal seafood if they do not check it has come from a reputable supplier, government bodies have warned.