Virgin Galactic's IPO launches a pivotal phase for space tourism
Virgin Galactic's IPO launches a pivotal phase for space tourism

Hospitality Times · 14 Nov

Richard Branson rang the opening bell at the New York Stock Exchange on October 28 as Virgin Galactic became the first commercial spaceflight company

Awareness of water risks is rising in food and beverage, but more progress is needed
Awareness of water risks is rising in food and beverage, but more progress is needed

Hospitality Times · 4 Nov

Unilever does the best at recognizing and managing risk factors associated with water out of large food, beverage and ingredients companies, accordin

Consumers, food waste, sustainability and AI lessons for hospitality

Hospitality Times · 31 Oct

As we are all in the business of satisfying consumers and consumer demand controls business, we read this report with interest. It looks at what cons

How Human Resource Leaders Can Create and Maintain Better Employee Experiences
How Human Resource Leaders Can Create and Maintain Better Employee Experiences

Hospitality Times · 17 Oct

In our highly competitive and rapidly changing business environment, a company's ability to disrupt and lead rests on its talent. But the workforce -

Tourists spend PS41million in the UK - which country makes the most money from tourism?

Hospitality Times · 7 Oct

Traveling comes with its own set of expenses, from booking flights and accommodation to dining out and making sure you have money set aside for souve

Foodservice leaders on the impact of Brexit on the restaurant industry

Hospitality Times · 26 Sep

With the uncertainty of a potential no-deal Brexit drawing closer, leaders in the restaurant industry are becoming less confident about their sector,

How a Scotch whisky producer is setting up for a sustainable future

Hospitality Times · 22 May

For Chivas Brothers, the Scotch whisky business of Pernod Ricard group - the world's second-largest wine and spirits company - sustainability is a wa

8 chefs share the red flags that a restaurant isn't worth eating in

Hospitality Times · 22 May

Going out to eat should be an enjoyable experience full of brilliant food and lovely wine, that you can't stop thinking about for days after. Sadly,

Membrane Technology for Food and Beverage Processing industry update - Company profiles, market forecast, market size 2019-2025

Hospitality Times · 20 May

The report provides insightful details - how clients enhance their basic leadership capacity within the worldwide Membrane Technology for Food and Be

Learning Hospitality The Old Way in The Modern Environment

Hospitality Times · 20 May

While the world is now learning how to open doors of their homes to guests and travellers and how to be hospitable through ventures; Hospitality in I

Kirkintilloch pub and restaurant in final of top hospitality awards - by public demand

Hospitality Times · 17 May

A well known pub and restaurant at Kirkintilloch is in the running for a top hospitality award - thanks to public votes.

We have to stop marketing junk food to children

Hospitality Times · 14 May

Imagine being able to walk into a grocery store with your children and not have to fend off endless demands to buy kid-branded food products because

UK's first cannabis restaurant raided by police

Hospitality Times · 10 May

The UK's first cannabis restaurant was one of three addresses raided by police in Brighton today - but the owners insist the "significant quantity of

Airlines urged to offer vegan meal choices

Hospitality Times · 1 May

Campaigners are urging airlines to offer vegan in-flight meals as standard. The Vegan Society and Humane Society International have created a website

Houston's Berg Hospitality Group opens two new Italian concepts this week

Hospitality Times · 30 Apr

When B.B. Italia Kitchen & Bar opens this week, Houston will finally get to taste the Italian restaurant that owner Benjamin Berg had in his mind whe

Bali pushes for greater share of global health tourism

Hospitality Times · 23 Apr

The Bali administration is looking to further develop health tourism with regulations and networks to support the industry. “[Efforts to promote] hea

Training Students With Disabilities for Hospitality Work

Hospitality Times · 15 Apr

The waffle irons are crucial pieces of equipment at Ma Momma’s House of Cornbread, Chicken & Waffles. Two of the restaurant’s three titular specialti

Can Platforms And Payments Solve Restaurants' 73 Percent Turnover Problem?

Hospitality Times · 9 Apr

Good waiters are hard to find. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, they are even harder to keep, as the restaurant worker turnover rate is 7

Lessons in Luxury: why I have mixed feelings about my Bangkok Michelin-star mission

Hospitality Times · 5 Apr

A fixer for the super-rich messaged me recently, saying he had a client who wanted to book a particular three-Michelin-star restaurant on a specific

How Technology Will Impact The Restaurant Industry

Hospitality Times · 26 Mar

Technology surrounds us, impacting every part of our daily lives. From communicating with friends and family to paying for groceries, technology is b