government
  • Jan
    16

    Briefing: Government’s contribution to hospitality

    Hospitality is one of the most stable sectors globally. There is no doubt that the long-term projection for the industry is incredibly healthy with travel and tourism going from strength to strength. Why then are global governments not paying that much attention? And how should the industry change this? In this briefing we hear from [...]
  • Oct
    17

    Briefing: hospitality a key driver of economic growth

    The value that hospitality creates for all economies across the world is sometimes overlooked by the global governments. This is exacerbated by the hotel industry being historically very poor at coming together in one-voice and explaining eloquently how significant a thriving hotel market can be to an area, region or even country. In this briefing [...]
  • Feb
    07

    Hospitality being noticed by global Governments

    One of the biggest problems hospitality has is demonstrating to the Government’s of the World the value the industry brings to their economies. Hospitality seems to continually fall off the radar when it comes to the key drivers of change and growth across the World. With the work of Taleb Rifai at the UNWTO and [...]
  • May
    17

    The role of government

    Government’s role in shaping industries is integral, hospitality is a major source of trade which they should be very aware of. In this current time as Europe struggles to come to an agreement on a stimulus package for many countries, politicians now need to look at industries which can help set the economy back on [...]