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Registration for CATEX is now open.
The major national catering exhibition will be held at the...

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CATEX will 'Test the Best'
As one of the first trade events to open its doors, CATEX, owned by the Irish Foodservice Suppliers ...

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CATEX plans November return
Following 523 days of forced closure for exhibition and trade fair organisers, CATEX – Ireland’s lar...

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Tourism Needs Sustainable Step Change
 The long-term viability of the tourism industry necessitates a step change, says NUI Galway ac...

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Register for CATEX
CATEX will 'Test the Best'
CATEX plans November return
Tourism Needs Sustainable Step Change

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Registration for CATEX is now open.FB2

The major national catering exhibition will be held at the RDS on November 2,3 and 4.

For free admission register now at 

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CATEX will 'Test the Best'

As one of the first trade events to open its doors, CATEX, owned by the Irish Foodservice Suppliers Alliance (IFSA), is working hard to create an incredible showcase for thecatexchefs2 industry where skills remain firmly on the agenda.

With just two weeks to go, CATEX, supported by Bunzl and Calor, has announced the return of some exciting events that will see the best baristas compete and student and professional chefs getting hot under the collar. 
Complementing an impressive exhibitor base that’s growing week on week, new products and services will sit alongside Chef Culinary competitions and a Cold Salon Display from the Panel of Chefs. Organised in record time, the Panel is Chefs is hosting 15 live theatre category competitions including the Aramark Chef of the Year final and a new vegan plant-based category. 

 

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CATEX plans November return

Following 523 days of forced closure for exhibition and trade fair organisers, CATEX – Ireland’s largest foodservice trade event - is returning to the RDS Simmonscourt, Dublin, incatexlogo November 2021 – following the unveiling of Taoiseach Micheál Martin’s roadmap, announced on 31 August 2021. 
 Owned by the Irish Foodservice Suppliers Alliance (IFSA) and organised by Eventhaus, CATEX,which will   take place from the 2nd to 4th November, is thought to be one of the first business-to-business trade event to open its doors, following the postponement of the original February dates earlier this year.  For event organisers, Eventhaus, this will be the team’s first event in 20 months and is a much-awaited return to exhibitions and trade fairs, safely.
 CATEX is expected to be the first trade event to run following the removal of restrictions from the 22nd October, with no limits on capacity or requirement for social distancing.
 Organisers are confident that CATEX will demonstrate how business-to-business trade fairs can operate safely and effectively, whilst still driving new business to exhibitors and showcasing the latest products and services to visitors.

 

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Tourism Needs Sustainable Step Change

 The long-term viability of the tourism industry necessitates a step change, says NUI Galway academic Sheila Malone.inchydoney

Writing on the RTE News website, she says that while Ireland's National Sustainable Development Policy in 2019 committed to help achieve certain UN Sustainable Development Goals, opportunities to implement such change has been slow moving. Of central importance was the commitment to more sustainable tourism industry and to improve the quality of life for all.
 The Government's tourism policy, in particular, seeks to address environmental and economic sustainability. Although the tourism industry has been historically fraught with issues associated with non-sustainable practices, we are now presented with an opportunity to re-design our tourism landscape. Does Brexit and Covid-19 provide a pathway to formulate a new way of consuming tourism, an opening to create a more sustainable and resilient tourism model?

 

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Hospitality Employees Denied Rights

Evidence of significant breaches of basic employment rights to hospitality workers has emerged from a study by a NUI Galway academic.emoloyee0821
The breaches span contacts of employment, payslips, working hours and other legal rights. 
The study also includes employee testimonies regarding verbal, psychological and physical abuse and the witnessing and experiencing of harassment and bullying. 
The absence of mechanisms for employee voice are also striking, whether it be to offer and idea or raise a grievance. 
On the positive side, the research participants had clear and concrete suggestions for how working conditions in the sector could be improved. 
Dr Deirdre Curran, author of the report plans to work with interested parties to develop policy and practice that would address issues raised in her research

 

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