What’s the vision for your hospitality business?
Is it to deliver an outstanding customer experience, to be a more confident leader that inspires your team or grow and achieve strong company performance?
We know these and other challenges are being faced by hospitality businesses throughout the UK. Our Collaborative Network for Hospitality and Tourism, led by sector experts and Be the Business, presents an invaluable opportunity to collaborate with local businesses and learn from industry leaders about their success stories.
Our mission is to build communities of local hospitality business leaders who are inspired to work “on their business” – sharing successes and challenges and being open to providing and receiving support as part of a local network.
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Hear from some Collaborative Networks for Hospitality and Tourism members
A £4 toothbrush was the catalyst at The Old Mill House
Changes made at The Old Mill House might seem blindingly obvious, but they happened because of an effort to think about what might frustrate a guest.
A networking culture helped substitute competition for community
Turning an underperforming business round is never easy, but Steven Hawke is using the help of people running similar firms to make the challenge easier.
Four things hospitality leaders gained from peer learning groups
By sharing issues and insights with a trusted group these Cornish hospitality leaders have overcome complex challenges in their businesses and gained new leadership skills along the way.
"The masterclass I attended was very professional. I have been in business for twenty years and I filled up a page and a half with totally fresh ideas to consider putting into my business. So many business owners work in isolation and we all tend to have the same problems but a problem shared is a problem halved. For me, a very good use of the day."
Owner, Harbour Lights
Get inspired by others in the sector
Restaurant Nathan Outlaw shakes up industry norms
As the only two Michelin-starred fish restaurant in the UK, Ian Dodgson is always having to think about creative improvements at Restaurant Nathan Outlaw.
The secrets behind The Pig Hotel success
It’s iconic buildings and eye-catching kitchen garden food have seen it become a darling of the UK hospitality scene, but what is it that really makes The Pig Hotel stand out from competitors?
Learning from the leaders of hospitality sector innovation
Find out how three entrepreneurs embraced hospitality sector innovation to help diversify in a competitive industry and take their companies to the next level.
"I tend to avoid typical networking events but when I heard about the action learning groups it sounded perfect for me. From day one, we’ve all been very honest, challenged one another to think differently and been open to advice. I always come away from our meetings with fresh motivation."
Director, Perfect Stays
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