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Snoozebox debuts at Glastonbury

Snoozebox debuts at Glastonbury

Festival goers attending this year’s Glastonbury now have the option of sleeping in their own private Snoozebox hotel room, with all the facilities they would want, close to the action at Glastonbury. 

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Seaham Hall earns top accolades

Seaham Hall earns top accolades

One of the North East’s most prestigious hotels is enjoying a double celebration after receiving two top industry awards.

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Top hotels in Yorkshire to join forces for the first time

Top hotels in Yorkshire to join forces for the first time

It has been announced that some of the finest hotels in Yorkshire are to join forces in a new marketing initiative to capitalise on the opportunities that the Tour de France and other events will give them this year.

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Snoozebox debuts at Glastonbury

Published on: 2014-04-15 Author: : Lauren Morton
Snoozebox debuts at Glastonbury
Festival goers attending this year’s Glastonbury now have the option of sleeping in their own private Snoozebox hotel room, with all the facilities they would want, close to the action at Glastonbury.    Each Sno...

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AMI Furniture

CATEGORY Products Published on: 2012-05-03 14:56:33 Author: : Naida Ally
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AMI Furniture presents the Anatini Stacking Chair, suitable for banqueting and conference situations, where both style and comfort are at a premium. The Italian-designed frame is available with or without timber top rail to the back and sid...

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Four in five food and beverage managers admit to overspending

Four in five food and beverage managers admit to overspendingAlmost 80 per cent of food and beverage managers admit to overspending on supplies and struggle with controlling costs, new research has found.

Commissioned by food and beverage technology expert Caternet, the survey discovered that 79 per cent of managers in the sector’s biggest pain was controlling spend and staying competitive. Spending too much time on admin and stock taking were revealed to be the second and third biggest bugbears respectively.

MD of Caternet Jerry Brand remarked: “To be honest, the results of our research are probably not a huge surprise for most, but are perhaps a gentle reminder of the daily pains we all face together as an industry.”

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