Reactive Media Statement published 16 September 2019

16 September 2019

Reacting to the news that the Department of Finance has launched a public consultation on business rates in Northern Ireland, Colin Neill, Chief Executive, Hospitality Ulster said today:

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Trade NI launches 10 year plan at major NI business event at Westminster

11 September 2019

Trade NI – the new alliance between Hospitality Ulster, Manufacturing NI and Retail NI is expected to launch it’s 10-year plan entitled ‘Vision 2030’ later today (4pm) at a major business reception at Westminster, asserting that now is the time to break the cycle of limited economic growth.

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Henderson Foodservice IFEX Deals

10 March 2016

It's the last day of IFEX at Titanic Convention Centre, and if you haven't already visited today is your LAST CHANCE to check out the fantastic deals Henderson Foodservice are offering to attendees.

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Hospitality Ulster launches campaign to force Assembly to modernise outdated liquor licensing laws

09 February 2016

Hospitality Ulster has today launched a campaign to push the Northern Ireland Assembly to modernise the outdated liquor licensing laws as soon as it returns from the election period. Some of the current laws which govern us here are up to 20, 50 and even as much as 100 years old. Hospitality Ulster, the voice of the sector, says its members are getting increasingly angry at the slow pace of change by our politicians.  

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Modernisation of NI drinking laws stifled by NI Assembly inaction says Hospitality Chief

21 January 2016

Speaking at the Northern Ireland Assembly today, Chief Executive of Hospitality Ulster Colin Neill, said that the inaction by the Assembly to bring forward the Liquor Licensing Review Bill is having a detrimental impact on the hospitality and tourism sector in Northern Ireland.  

 Colin Neill, Chief Executive, Hospitality Ulster said today:

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Great Additions to IFEX 2016

08 January 2016

IFEX 2016

8 – 10 March, Titanic Exhibition Centre, Belfast

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