Overcoming the Challenges of Digital Motivational Speaking  

Those who know me will be aware that I’m not shy of being the centre of attention. I learnt to play the piano at four years old and quickly adored the energy and attention it allowed me to gain from people.  Yes, I admit it.  I do love an audience. Motivational speaking is something that I revel in for that …

What Does the Future Hold for the Hospitality and Events Industry?

Usually, I pride myself in being able to predict trends within our sector. Having worked, lived and breathed this industry for so many years, I have honed my ability to spot the next big thing. The hottest new talent. The best new venue. The themes, décor, music, food or service that all clients will clamber over one another to book. …

tips to make your Hotel stand out as a Christmas Party venue

Tips to Make Your Hotel Stand Out as a Christmas Party Venue

I have news for you. Christmas is not moving. Not even for Coronavirus!  And I for one am glad. One of the things that I enjoy most about my role as a hospitality consultant is working with established venues to really help them make the most of their commercial assets. After all: if you’ve got it, flaunt it!  And with …

How Travel Has Inspired Me

How Travel Has Inspired Me

I’m a person that always strives to find the positives in life. When we were forced to stay home during the height of the coronavirus pandemic, I made use of the time and space given to me, channelling that into positive activities. I’m lucky to have a home that I love – a place that reflects my personality and gives …

Positive Actions Create Positive Reactions

As I write this blog, hundreds of theatres and arts venues across the country are illuminated in red to highlight the challenges for the events industry in the face of the coronavirus pandemic. Organised by PLASA, the Red Alert campaign has seen venues such as London’s National Theatre, Manchester Central and the Aberdeen Arts Centre joining together in a show …