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Emergence Of Indian Coffee Industry

As the divisions of Coffee Day - the B2C service Cafe Coffee Day, in B2B the Coffee Day Beverages, Coffee Day Exports and Coffee Beans is sold to customers

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Consumers Today Demand Traceability Of Ingredients: Abhishek Basu

Consumers now want traceability of the ingredients. The chefs are looking for fresh products and mainly home grown. This raises a conflict in the idea of procurement of the ingredients for hotels. This has become a heated debate among the industry veterans

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The Highlight On Procurement Department In Hospitality

In a conclusive message, the leading managers noted that they hope to see the purchasing managers becoming the general manager of operations of the resorts and hotels

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Financing Exercises For Hospitality Industry

Sonica Malhotra, a finance expert on the panel kicked off a discussion talking about how business in hospitality have started looking at balancing their sheets with retail strategies, holding commercial office or service spaces, investing in debt capacity and bringing on a good chain reaction with a mixed bag of assets

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India's Potential In Hospitality

Zia Shiekh, CEO, Svenseka Hotels, speaks about the idea of operating & owning a business by own self, just like Svenska has been doing

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Meet Executive Jury Of BW Hotelier’s 2nd Indian Hospitality Summit & Awards 2017

Continuing with the tradition at BW Hotelier, this year the jury meet saw an eclectic mix of industry stalwarts, consultants, brand heads, and corporate honchos get together to handpick the best industry professionals for BW Hotelier’s Second Indian Hospitality Summit and Awards to be held on March 23 & 24 at The Leela Ambience Hotel, Gurgaon

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Government Issues Advisory On Service Charges, Calls It Discretionary

It also aims to advise the hotels/restaurants to disseminate information through a display at the appropriate place in the hotel/restaurants that the “service charges” are discretionary/voluntary and a consumer dissatisfied with the service can have it waived off

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Indian Food Industry Has Huge Economic Potential: Amitabh Kant

The living tradition of diverse and healthy Indian food has a huge economic potential and will attract large scale investments as well as create more job opportunities, Amitabh Kant has said.

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The B&B Traveller

The future of tourism will be experiential and sensory — travelling will be about “We do not want to see it — we want to live it

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How Responsible Hoteliers Can Become Agents of Social Transformation

Eminent personalities discuss how innovative hotels are transforming the industry and how can they become agents of social transformation at BW Responsible Hoteliering Conclave 2016

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How Does The Investment In Green Technologies Pay Off?

The discussion started off by introducing the methodical environmental-friendly facilities that each of the leading hoteliers have applied to their groups of hotels in India

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Why India Remains A Tourism Has Been

On World Tourism Day, Sutanu Guru analyses why India has not become an attractive tourism destination

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Rio Group Of Hotels Aims To Be 'Largest Player' In Goa

The hotel chain owned by UK-based Anup Shah said the group's second property Resort Royale has been developed with an investment of Rs 60 crore at Arpora village

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Rooms With Few Visitors

New hotels are on the rise, but occupany isn’t. Oversupply of rooms, and consequent sluggish room rents are forcing hotels to fetch more MICE

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Luxury Tax Threshold Limit In Delhi Increased To Rs 1,500

Presenting the 2016-17 Budget in the assembly, Delhi's deputy chief minister Sisodia said assessment of all hotels is compulsory

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