Rosalind Mullen

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Restaurant

Luke and Stacey French on extending their Sheffield empire with the House of Jöro

21 April 2021 by

The couple behind Sheffield restaurant sensation Jöro, Luke and Stacey French, have just announced plans for a gastro-hotel that will cement their reputation as the food power-duo of the North.

Advice

Practical ways to prepare for Natasha’s Law and lessons learned from the Allergens Webinar

15 April 2021 by

Last month The Caterer’s Allergens Webinar, sponsored by Nutritics, gathered food providers and allergen experts to look at how businesses will manage their compliance with the new legislation from October, from printing ingredients labels to communicating with chefs.

Keep it in the family: how generations work together in family-run hotels Hotel

Keep it in the family: how generations work together in family-run hotels

12 February 2021 by

Much like everyday family life, a family-run business can operate as one mind, with all members[...]

Ways to help you look after your mental health this Christmas Advice

Ways to help you look after your mental health this Christmas

11 December 2020 by

Christmas and New Year can be hard enough on the nerves without Covid-19 and its uncertainties.[...]

Technology Prospectus 2021: turn negative reviews into positives Technology

Technology Prospectus 2021: turn negative reviews into positives

11 December 2020 by

Online reviews can have a significant impact on your hospitality business, but you can now access[...]

How operators are planning on coping with Covid over Christmas Business

How operators are planning on coping with Covid over Christmas

08 October 2020 by

It’s impossible to predict what business will be like this festive season, but it’s certain to[...]

The Beaumont's Jannes Soerensen on the desperate need to bring tourists back to London Profiles

The Beaumont's Jannes Soerensen on the desperate need to bring tourists back to London

09 September 2020

The general manager of the Beaumont hotel in London’s Mayfair spoke to Rosalind Mullen about the difficulties of bringing tourists back to the London luxury hotel market

Strength in numbers: How hospitality is coming together to help workers manage their mental health when returning to work Advice

Strength in numbers: How hospitality is coming together to help workers manage their mental health when returning to work

26 August 2020

Mental health has always been a concern in the high-pressured hospitality workplace, but fallout from Covid-19 means the industry is even more vulnerable as it returns to work.

The turn of events: What is the future for events, conferences and weddings? Business

The turn of events: What is the future for events, conferences and weddings?

24 July 2020 by

Hotels and restaurants are creeping back into action, but meetings and events are set for a[...]

Health and wealth: how will hotels deliver luxury after lockdown? Hotel

Health and wealth: how will hotels deliver luxury after lockdown?

19 June 2020 by

As hotels start to grapple with the practicalities of reopening safely in the wake of Covid-19,[...]

Rooms for improvement: The operators gearing their businesses up for reopening during the lockdown Advice

Rooms for improvement: The operators gearing their businesses up for reopening during the lockdown

20 May 2020 by

As the eighth week of lockdown concludes, we look at what operators are doing to maintain[...]

Book review: Life Kitchen by Ryan Riley Chef

Book review: Life Kitchen by Ryan Riley

09 April 2020 by

There’s a poignant story behind this cookery book. The author Ryan Riley was just 18 when[...]

Aim for the stars: How the hotel ratings systems are staying relevant for today’s guest Hotel

Aim for the stars: How the hotel ratings systems are staying relevant for today’s guest

13 February 2020

Standards in hotels have seen a seismic shift over the past few decades, embracing better facilities and more intuitive service standards in response to demand from travel-savvy guests. So how are hotel star accreditation standards keeping themselves relevant – and[...]

Hotel

Hotel design: Mama Shelter

16 January 2020

The design-led brand, created a decade ago by the founders of Club Med, has brought its unique, quirky style and affordable rooms to a London audience in Shoreditch. Rosalind Mullen pays a visit

Jacobs Media Group is honoured to be the recipient of the 2020 Queen's Award for Enterprise.

The highest official awards for UK businesses since being established by royal warrant in 1965. Read more.

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