Chefs Mark Sargeant, Phil Howard, Gary Lee and Adam Byatt are among those attending the British Hospitality Association's (BHA) Big Hospitality Conversation in London today (Monday) where they will aim to inspire young job seekers to take up a career...
The British Hospitality Association (BHA) has called for educators to recognise the importance of vocational training for careers such as those in hospitality, and stop ‘hoarding’ young people in academia.
Tackling youth unemployment and embracing a common approach to work placements, internships and apprenticeships in restaurants is the focal point of the latest Big Hospitality Conversation, being held on behalf of the British Hospitality Association (BHA)...
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...
With today’s release of revised gross domestic product (GDP) figures showing that the double-dip recession is deeper than originally feared, the British Hospitality Association (BHA) believes the hospitality industry can have something to smile about,...
National tourist board VisitEngland has today launched a new version of its Access Statement Online Tool, specifically tailored for restaurants and cafés to help them cater for customers with access needs.
The perfect storm of the financial crisis, high rates of VAT and planning delays took its toll on the hotel sector in 2011, with 36 per cent fewer hotel rooms opening than predicted at the start of the year.
Following the recent revelations that the Government is to inject £1bn of new funding into a new scheme to tackle youth unemployment, leading hospitality industry bodies have given BigHospitality their thoughts on how it could affect the sector.
The numbers of young entrepreneurs starting up businesses in the hospitality industry is on the increase, according to a recent report, which defined the sector as ‘vulnerable’ due to short-term operating challenges.
Tourism Minister John Penrose has told members of the hospitality industry to talk to their new local tourist boards about their businesses to ensure they benefit fully when tourists visit the area they are in.
Restaurant operators are calling on the British Hospitality Association (BHA) to lobby the government over 'ridiculous planning laws' that they blame for halting the development of the restaurant sector on our high streets.
A new report on the state of British hospitality has found that the sector has survived the recession with less damage than predicted, although some lasting impacts have considerably altered the face of the industry
The British Hospitality Association (BHA) has hit back at detractors of the 2012 London Olympics, saying that the Games will provide an immediate benefit and “leave a long-lasting legacy” to the hospitality industry
The Government’s decision to move forward with plans to make it illegal for employers to top up staff wages with tips will land the industry with a high wage bill when it is already struggling says the British Hospitality Association