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Journey of the Week

Taking a journey. Walking from Venice to Florence

Walking through a beautiful country and history

Next summer EP is leading a walking trek from Venice to Florence to support both the Royal Academy of Culinary Arts and it’s Adopt a School Charity and Crista Cullen’s Elephant Conservation charity.

The 165 mile journey will go through the beautiful landscapes and incredible history of Italy. The walk will begin in the maze of narrow streets in Venice with its elegant palaces and imposing churches and end in historical Florence with its hidden treasures.

If you would like to join and find out more information please just contact us.
Find out more here.

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The Year Ahead

2018 is an exciting and daunting year for the hospitality industry. The sector has a client base which are not one homogenous group. This is also the same for employees. If 2017 was characterised by change, perhaps more so than ever, in 2018 businesses must reflect the diversity of customers and teams.

From Discussion Dens to a Gala Dinner for Elephant Conversation, find out what EP is planning for the year ahead by visiting the website here.

eHotelier Hospitality News

Tourists to UK forecast to spend record levels in 2018. It has been a record year-to-date for inbound tourism to the UK, with growth set to continue in 2018 according to forecasts from national tourism agency VisitBritain.

British Airways transforms international boarding experience. British Airways has become the first airline to trial self-service biometric boarding gates on international flights out of the USA, working in partnership with Los Angeles Airport.

MGallery accelerates its international expansion. Three stunning addresses to open this month in London, Dubai and Sarajevo.

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