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Last Updated : January 17, 2020 17:17 Hrs (IST)
Impresario Handmade Restaurants launches the 26th outlet of its iconic SOCIAL chain in Vashi New
Mumbai's malls & eateries to run 24x7, move called by state tourism minister Aaditya Thackeray New
India’s leading hotel brands focus on religious destinations New
Maha Restaurant industry welcome govt. proposal to merge liquor taxes
Minor International to add eight high-end properties in Europe
CBI starts probe into illegal Patnitop hotels
Oyo may Cut More Jobs to Shore up its Bottom Line
Second Tejas Express to start operations between Ahmedabad and Mumbai route
RepUp ranks in Deloitte Technology Fast 500TM Asia Pacific 2019
Amatra Dunsvirk Court, Mussoorie Collaborates with Internet Moguls for 360 degree Marketing
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Housekeeping >>
Lenzing Group announced its plan to bring its ‘TENCEL’ branded fibers for the hospitality industry in India to power the comfort and performance-driven category with environment-friendly materials. Lenzing has already been partnering with some of the leading home and furnishing brands and manufacturers in the country like D’décor, Welspun, Trident, Spread Home, etc. It works with some of the major international home décor brands such as Pottery Barn, Quilts, HOME, HEFEL, IKEA and West Elm to name a few.
Safety & Security >>
The Hotel and Restaurant Association of Western India (HRAWI) recently conducted second batch of the Fire Marshals Training programme for hotels and restaurants in the city. The training activity was held at the Mumbai Fire Brigade headquarters in Byculla and was conducted under the supervision of the Mumbai Fire Chief & Director - Directorate of Maharashtra Fire Services – Dr. Prabhat Rahangdale and team. More than 118 employees from several hotels and restaurants across the city received training on the different aspects of fire safety.
Technology >>
According to a Economic Times report, Job cuts at Oyo, across multiple roles and business functions, are likely to intensify, said senior company executives, as the SoftBank-backed hotel chain struggles to rein in costs and shore up bottom line. The magnitude of the layoffs may be “far larger” than expected, they said on the condition of anonymity. A significant chunk of the 12,000-strong workforce at the Gurgaon-headquartered company is likely to be impacted by the aggressive retrenchment move, they said. ET had reported that Oyo will lay off 2,400 people in its edition on January 14. When contacted by ET, Oyo spokespersons denied that there were further retrenchments in the offing and said that such information is “factually incorrect and misleading.”
Kitchen, Bakery >>
After its global launch in European market last month, Electrolux Professional, world’s leading Food, Beverage, and Laundry solution provider, has introduced their most advanced ‘Cook & Chill’ Solution, SkyLine, in the India market. Embedded with technology features which ensure marked improvement in performance and reliability, the new version of Combi Oven and Blast Chillers can work either as independent units or can work as an integrated system with ability to communicate each other. By introducing these innovative Cook and Chill solution, Electrolux has become the only professional kitchen equipment manufacturer in the world which manufactures both Combi Ovens and Blast Chillers and able to offer an “integrated solution” which can work in a “connected” environment.
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IAS, Commissioner-cum-Secretary, Odisha Tourism

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Impresario Handmade Restaurants launches the 26th outlet of its iconic SOCIAL chain in Vashi
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Lemon Tree Hotels Ltd. announced the launch of its 65 room hotel, Lemon Tree Premier in Rishikesh. The resort features 65 well-appointed rooms and suites, packed with modern amenities and facilities. Designed for the modern traveller.

Dallas Based hotel development company NewcrestImage, is continuing its USD 2 billion expansion plan by building its first hotel in India. The 14-floor, 123-room Courtyard by Marriott in Vadodara, India, is expected to open in March of 2021.

The Fern Hotels & Resorts, India's leading environmentally sensitive hotel chain has opened The Fern Residency Sarnath in Uttar Pradesh. This is the second hotel which the company is managing in UP. Along with this the company also manages Howard Plaza The Fern in Agra. This takes the number of hotels managed by the company to 71 hotels across the country as well as in Nepal and Seychelles.

Hard Rock Hotel Goa hosts Master Chef Challenge

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Sabre, the leading software and technology provider in travel industry, has announced that, Karl Peterson has been elected by the Board to serve as Chairman of the Board and that Larry Kellner is stepping down as Chairman of the Board, effective today. Kellner will remain on Sabre’s Board until its Annual Stockholder Meeting in April.
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