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I attended a fascinating morning meeting at the offices of Johnstone Carmichael in Glasgow yesterday. I was part of a group of Tourism and Hospitality Group members and others attending a presentation by Malcolm Close, Director of Operations at the ...
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Mark Tighe is the Managing Director of specialist capital allowances company, Catax Solutions. Catax Solutions was appointed as the official supplier for the British Hospitality Association (BHA) in April 2013 as well as an Affinity Partner of ICAEW...

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The number of exporters in the UK is on the rise, so says UK Trade and Investment (UKTI). In fact, on 19th November, UKTI regional Director, Paul Noon, reported that exports from the West Midlands were up 30% in the last two years and The Organisati...
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The first is the report commissioned by VisitBritain and researched by Deloitte and Oxford Econometrics (Please click here). It states that the direct industry represents 4.1% of UK GDP whilst the direct and indirect tourism economy is estimated at ...

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Pennies From Heaven

by Ian Graham on 30.10.2013 10:37
Interesting piece on religious tourism
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The Economist's article "Easy come, easy go" explores the impact of post-Olympics tourism.
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Do take a look at this event
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PwC UK hotels forecast 2014

by Ian Graham on 18.09.2013 09:43
If you haven't heard, hotels are by and large finding themselves in strengthening markets and this is reflected in this forecast.
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Hotel VAT Hot Topics

by Gareth Jones on 27.06.2013 08:06

You may have noted that HMRC have issued a brief changing their view as to the VAT treatment of function rooms hired by hotels where the catering is provided by a third party.  Historically HMRC have been of the view that the provision of a function...

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Some recent work we have done in Greece has reminded me that in some situations, it is received wisdom that hotels should close for a number of months "when demand is low". 

 

There are many instances when hoteliers may think that they nee...