EP publishes both it’s own publications and those on behalf of clients. The objective of all of these high quality printed books is to tell a story that engages the reader. For client publications EP creates a strategy that benefits business objectives. With a proven track record, EP fundamentally understands how to engage an audience and how to draw a community together.
Some argue that with the rise of digital, the printed book is no longer needed. However it is because of the rise of digital communication that has made print so important. A reader, customer or guest can appreciate content in a much more effective way compared to a digital channel. A tangible quality publication can be read at one’s own pace and in their own time – a forgotten but essential need.
Why produce publications?
- Tangible quality pieces of collateral which possess a wow-factor
- Attractive publication, visually intense compared to digital
- A valued sales tool for business
- Relationship enhancer for clients, suppliers and employees
- Long desk-life and shelf-life which leaves a lasting impression
- Provides a consistent message for the market
Over the last ten years EP has been privileged to photograph many great leaders and businesses in action. Now this decade of photography will be available in one hard-back book. Hospitality Illustrated is a photographic book with over 400 images that really tell the story of the last decade.
Price: £30.00 plus P&P.
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From Classroom to Boardroom
This new title is a collection of inspirational studies from hospitality’s emerging leaders. Written by those who attended the two year Executive Masters course on the Hospitality and Tourism programme at Strathclyde University.
The book includes over 20 thought provoking studies – perfect for those seeking to learn from the very best. Produced by Strathclyde University and EP Business in Hospitality, proportion of the book sales go to HIT Scotland Charity.
‘From Classroom to Boardroom’ takes published summaries of the dissertations from those that attended the course and utilising academic learnings, provides ideas and solutions to some of the main challenges faced by our industry today.”
The ideal book for those who want to fuel their knowledge of the latest areas impacting the sector or perfect as a present for those on their path to the boardroom.
(UK postage £2.85)
Note: price is for one copy, prices for UK delivery only. Please contact email@example.com if you require more copies or delivery overseas.
Vision Report – The Vision of a Sector
In partnership with business operators and leaders, EP worked with the industry to create this impressive 130-page report on the wider food service/contract sector.
The comprehensive insight into the foodservice industry highlights the great work that goes on in this world class industry sector.
Vision includes an overview of the sector, case studies of venues, talent profiles, and analysis of CSR initiatives, technology, input from expert consultants and an overall of M&A activity. It provides unique access and information on the sector as a whole.
World Boutique Hotels Awards Collection 2015/16
The first and only international awards scheme exclusively dedicated to recognising unique excellence among luxury boutique hotels has published a beautiful handbook for the global traveller.
The book, 2015/16, is a collection of boutique hotels which all offer a truly authentic experience. With an aim to tell every boutiques story, the book captures the very best hotels with stunning photography – of their properties and locations in the world.
The Face of Hospitality 2006-2013
EP has had the pleasure of interviewing industry legends, icons and entrepreneurs – figures who have all made a difference to the sector. The pictures have always been an essential component to our stories: each picture chosen aims to share a different side of the person we are interviewing.
EP has amassed an impressive collection of original photos and has published a book celebrating the best of these.
Leadership and Entrepreneurship in the Hospitality Industry
Many aspire to be leaders and entrepreneurs where they too could set the tone of business. This is particularly true in the hospitality industry where entrepreneurship is a dominant force, yet few people understand what it demands to be a leader in the sector.
Much has been written over the years about leadership and entrepreneurship; this insightful and widely researched new book is unique however in focusing on the contemporary hospitality industry.