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Whether through customer or investor demand, or increased initiatives from governments and/or market regulators, one can expect the vast majority of tourism and hospitality businesses to need address Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) report...
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Tourism, key to development, prosperity and well-being

• An ever-increasing number of destinations worldwide have opened up to, and invested in tourism, turning it into a key driver of socio-economic progress through the creation of jobs and e...

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Hotel development on the continent is rarely easy (what is?!), but the recognition that there are opportunities which can, and must, be exploited is firmly rooted. Several of the international hotel chains have established development offices in Afr...
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Stuck between a rock and a hard place we either loath the cost of being in a non-performing loyalty programme or aim to develop guest recognition programmes at half the cost. But are we right?

A recent winner of an Industry Relevance Award, a PhD...
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Does this report suggest golf is in permanent decline? Certainly the signs are not good with declines in registered golfers and in particular a decline in the take up of golf by juniors. Are you are golfer; are you directing or managing a golf resor...
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When reviewing  hotel performance a key measurement is ADR and RevPar  for the overall property and individual room categories
However, when reviewing rooms profitability , in addition to looking at ADR and RevPar it is interesting to loo...

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Hospitality & Leisure sector survey 2014: key findings

Mazars are delighted to share with you the key findings of the our annual survey of leading firms in the hospitality and leisure industry which reveal key challenges and opportuni...

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The property types within the Tourism Sector most commonly associated with capital allowances claims are hotels, B&Bs and restaurants. However, the scope to claim is not limited to just these property types. There are, in fact, other less obvious pr...

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This month has seen me back working in Ireland and I came across this report which some of you will find informing in the context of the debate being run here in the UK.

Analysis of the Impact of the VAT Reduction on Irish Tourism & Tourism Emplo...
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Britain’s second largest city, Birmingham, has struggled to match the occupancy rate increases noted across the rest of the UK, with an improvement of just 1.5%, from 68.1% in the year to September 2013 to 69.6% in the year to September 2014. This i...