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The hospitality industry’s #1 pantomime is back – and it’s bigger and better than ever (oh yes it is). The four-night West End run of Aladdin begins this Wednesday 31 at the Arts Theatre in Soho. Treading the boards? An all-star cast, featuring some of the biggest and wiggiest bigwigs in the industry, including our […]

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Meet our latest squeeze – Zummo London

Grab a glass of orange juice and say cheers to innovative fruit juice machine company Zummo London. We’re as pleased as (fruit) punch to announce we’ll be working with Zummo London, delivering their PR and communications. Zummo London is the official distributor for the Zummo brand in the UK. Zummo – founded in Spain in […]

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Top 3 takeaways for hotels from Skift’s Megatrends report

‘Customer-First Approach’ and ‘Innovation & Technology’. We stole these words from an advert for Allianz travel insurance. They’re some of the first words you’ll read if you flick through Skift’s latest Megatrends Defining Travel report. They also neatly sum up two key motifs from the London launch of the report at onefinestay HQ – which […]

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A crisis is always cooking. Will you avoid a roasting?

Crisis. It’s every company’s worst nightmare. Something bad happens. The media catches wind of it. And your reputation is on the line. Today, a major supplier of meat to pubs, bars, hotels, caterers and restaurants has recalled products after issues with use-by date labelling. News travels fast. Particularly when you add social media in to the […]

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Thinking about your waste(line) this Christmas

For a couple of weeks in December (or for some of us, a solid month), we eat whatever we want and don’t think about our waist-line for a second. But, while we’re not thinking much about our waists, a lot of companies are busy thinking about waste. Food waste continues to be a big deal. […]

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A sugar kick without the gelatine? Sweet.

Earlier this week, the entire world (or at least the 6-or-so million people that watched) were shocked to see Lord Sugar name his two finalists both winners of this year’s The Apprentice. One of the winners, Sarah Lynn, is a sweet firm owner. Clearly, Lord Sugar saw the opportunity for a sweet profit. But however […]

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Meet GIG: the app making hospitality shift work, work….

The working world is changing, with flexibility and urgency more important than ever to workers. And for the hospitality industry – facing a massive shortfall in staff in a post-Brexit Britain – offering what workers want is going to be key if they’re to plug the skills gap. Enter our newest client: GIG – the […]

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A Murray Christmas with the Croydon Foodbank

Christmas is a time for giving, and every year we take great joy in huddling together around a gift catalogue to choose which festive – almost always chocolate based – gift to send our clients. It’s a small gesture to say thanks and well done to the people we’ve worked closely (and tirelessly) with to […]

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Taste Portugal

Isn’t it time you Taste Portugal?

Say hello to Taste Portugal – the initiative from AHRESP (the Portuguese hospitality & catering association) that’s putting the gastronomy of Portugal on a global stage. Portugal’s foodie culture is at the heart of its identity – its traditions, culture, and geography. We’re very excited to bring a taste of that rich culture to the attention […]

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Home-grown food: the money-maker for pubs

A trio of studies from Beacon show that pubs may need to embrace food to succeed, and that if they do, home-grown produce is the way to go. First of all, some good news for pubs. A quarter of Brits have said they’d spend 25% more for pub grub if the food came from here […]

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