Please register your marketplace stall for the Big Hospitality Conversation event taking place at The Dorchester Hotel in London on September 7th.
The Big Hospitality Conversation is the bellwether campaign of the Hospitality & Tourism industry. The Big Hospitality Conversation has a threefold mission:
1. To promote Hospitality as a career of choice
2. To facilitate meaningful dialogue between young jobseekers and employers
3. To demonstrate the power of the industry to create jobs, especially for young people
Our target is to create 60,000 hospitality career opportunities for 16 to 24 year olds by 2016. Through The Big Hospitality Conversation, the BHA encourages members to ‘pledge’ their new job, apprenticeship or placement opportunities.
Our event holds a unique opportunity for your business to take part in and actively support this initiative by hosting a stand in our careers Market Place. Your stand will be a fantastic opportunity for you to showcase your business, attract young jobseekers, inspire the next generation to embark on a career in the hospitality industry and recruit fresh talent into your business.
The Market Place will run alongside the Big Conversation from 09.00 until 16.00. The venue will provide a 6ft table and space for 2 pop up banners.
We ask that all stall holders are set up and ready by 08.30 on the day of the event. We will be in touch with confirmed market place holders soon with access and delivery information.
We look forward to hosting your employer stand at this exciting event on the 7th of September at The Dorchester Hotel encourage you to bring your HR Director along.
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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.