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Industry “Heavyweights” Partner To Deliver Training Webinar For Hospitality Success Post Brexit

Expert panel will explore the opportunities for the hospitality industry during Brexit and beyond

Procter & Gamble (P&G) Professional and the British Hospitality Association (BHA) will partner to present ‘Hospitality Success in a Post Brexit World,’ a free educational webinar, on Thursday 8 March, at 13:00.

Delivered by a panel of renowned industry thought leaders, the webinar will help hospitality mangers make informed decisions in a post Brexit world. The presentation will explore the opportunities following the break from Europe, focusing on staff retention, training and promoting repeat business.

The webinar speaker panel includes:
• Bob Cotton OBE the former Chief Executive Officer of the British Hospitality Association (BHA) and was a tourism advisor to the Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS)
• John Guthrie, Employment Advisor at the British Hospitality Association. John previously held human resources roles at top global organizations the Hilton Group
• Kate Nicholls is the CEO of the ALMR (Association of Licensed Multiple Retailers).

Bob Cotton is a member of P&G Professional’s Expert Advisory Council, formed to bring industry experts together to share information on research, insights, trends, and best practices. As part of the P&G Expert Advisory Council, Cotton works alongside Peter Backman, food service and dining out market expert, and Liz Smith-Mills, Institute of Hospitality follow, to identify opportunities for industry improvement in both the UK and Ireland.

Greg Elmore, Sales UK & Ireland Country Manager at P&G Professional, said: “The webinar ‘Hospitality Success in a Post Brexit World’ will help P&G Professional deliver on its promise to improve training within the hospitality industry. The majority of conversations surrounding the future of hospitality post Brexit, focus on challenges, including fewer European workers, inflated wages and food prices. While often overlooked, there are opportunities resulting from Brexit and the panel will discuss how businesses can adapt and change for success.”

Visit PGPro.co.uk to complete the webinar registration and avoid missing out on this informative webinar, or click here: http://bit.ly/2Bsr3yv 

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