Tag Archives: Industry

EP…Championing the Best of Industry.

It is often said that EP is involved in so many initiatives that it can be hard to really understand the core focus, which is a fair comment. This is because we are so often approached to support or partner on key campaigns as it is well known that we will champion good campaigns, key debates and discussion that are focused on progressive...

The UKCC have a culinary team that wants to compete against the best in the World.

The UKCC have a culinary team that wants to compete against the best in the World.

Many readers will know that we have been supporting the cause of the UKCC team which wants to compete at the 2020 Culinary Olympics in late February – but it does need financial support from Industry. They ask – can we help?

Hospitality mentality and skill sets are invaluable to both the individual and to business. So can it be championed more?

It is strange how the importance of hospitality skill sets are so often under-rated by industry and yet often far more admired by City business than many realise. There is a reason why some of the leading hotel schools are talent magnets for banks, financial services and other professional services – knowing how to engage, communicate and treat others is a skill that...

Co-creating a stronger Hospitality; Academia and Industry come together and focus on best practice and the future of nurturing talent.

On Tuesday, EP was delighted to host an important forum discussion between leading University educators and Industry. In partnership with the Council for Hospitality Management Education (CHME) and supported by academics with hands on experience in industry from across the UK and Europe, academics met with hospitality professionals to discuss and debate the future of hospitality.

There is no hiding...

There goes the fear

Painting a portrait of the hospitality industry at the moment is proving to be quite difficult. At one end there are the current business leaders who have a certain way of going about their work and it has been successful. At the other end is an emerging group of talent who approach business in a different way. Those in the middle and caught between these two stools and overall there is friction and confusion.