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We know a good conversation can lead to great things.
Please join us for the Big Hospitality Conversation taking place on 26th September 2016 at The Queens Hotel.
This event will showcase the vibrant hospitality and tourism industry of Leeds, celebrate leading employers and inspire the next generation.
The Big Hospitality Conversation is the flagship campaign of our industry. It has a threefold mission to:
Promote Hospitality as a career of choice
Facilitate meaningful dialogue between young jobseekers and employers
Demonstrate the power of the industry to create jobs, especially for young people
We are calling on hospitality businesses to pledge to create jobs, apprenticeships and work experience opportunities within our industry, inspire the next generation and change lives.
Our target is to create 60,000 hospitality career opportunities for 16 to 24 year olds by 2016.
To date over 3000 Chief Executives and HR Directors have connected with young jobseekers across the UK to generate over 67,000 pledges.
The event will host panel sessions and key note speeches from renowned industry leaders, followed by your chance to have your own Big Conversation with eager young jobseekers. we then welcome you to join us for refreshments and to visit our buzzing careers exhibition.
We look forward to welcoming you at The Queens Hotel to inspire the next generation of hospitality business leaders, and encourage you to bring your HR Director along.
P.S. There is limited availability for this VIP event, places will be allocated on a first-come first-served basis and will go quickly.
By registering you are consenting to the BHA sharing your details with Leeds Hotels and Venues Association, strictly for the purpose of event follow up.
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British Hospitality Association
The BHA represents over 40,000 hotels, serviced apartments, clubs, restaurants, food service, attractions and leisure companies. As the ‘hub’ for Hospitality and Tourism, the BHA’s thought leadership, market know-how, intelligence and expertise, deliver a powerful voice to government, as well as reliable advice, valuable connections and strategic support to business. Its purpose is to work with government to ensure the right business environment in which Hospitality and Tourism can thrive. The key measure of success is the creation of 300,000 new Hospitality and Tourism jobs in the UK by 2020.