The Welsh Government has been warned that some businesses across Wales could be forced to close as an unintended consequence of proposed radical new taxation rules which are planned to be introduced next year.
A hotel at one of the top visitor destinations and beauty spots in Mid Wales is promising guests ‘The Vyrnwy Cwtch’ when they book a midweek winter break in February and March.
Wales is to have its own heat of the Riso Gallo Young Risotto Chef of UK and Ireland for the first time next month.
Regional tourism trade organisation, MWT Cymru and award-winning training provider, Cambrian Training Company, are joining forces to deliver skills training to tourism and hospitality businesses across Mid Wales.
More first time visitors discovered Mid Wales as a tourist destination this year due to the staycation boom, an annual meeting was told.
A Welsh border hospitality business is offering holiday breaks with a difference for British classic car enthusiasts.
The Mid Wales tourism industry has been urged to grasp the air of staycation positivity that is engulfing the region to make it one of the UK’s most desirable leisure destinations.
Mid Wales tourism and hospitality businesses are being urged to step up their cybersecurity measures to not only protect themselves but also their customers’ details from cyber-attacks.
The Welsh Government is being challenged to prioritise the compulsory education system in Wales to provide the foundation for the future skilled workforce needed by employers.
Arwyn Watkins, OBE, managing director of Cambrian Training Company, the leading apprenticeships provider to the hospitality industry in Wales, will make the call when addressing delegates at the Mid Wales Tourism and Hospitality Conference at The Metropole Hotel, Llandrindod Wells on November 9.
By Arwyn Watkins, OBE, managing director of Cambrian Training Company and president of the Culinary Association of Wales.
Most people will now be aware of the recruitment crisis in several sectors of the economy both here in Wales and across the UK. The shortage of lorry drivers has been dominating the headlines lately, but the hospitality industry was grappling with a diminishing number of staff even before the Covid-19 pandemic locked down the UK.