Hospitality Industry News
Mumbai eateries see low footfall post-lockdown; staff, infrastructure constraints make road to recovery tougher
Due to an acute crunch in staff, several restaurant owners have asked their employees to return to Mumbai to ensure resumption of operation at the earliest
The hospitality industry has taken up various measures to overcome the impact due to lockdown to contain the spread of coronavirus which include pay cuts, use of short staff besides engaging in partial operation, officials said
Hotels, hospitality sectors severely hit by COVID-19; India may get increased share of manufacturing, logistics business: Report
Industry estimates indicate that in India, branded and organised hotels annual revenue is Rs 38,000 crore, it added.
Coronavirus Outbreak: Oyo starts furloughing in US, select markets to reduce costs; India to be unaffected till lockdown
Oyo can keep job cuts at bay through a combination of lowered work weeks, pay cuts, temporary leave of absence until business recovers and other such measures, he added.
It is significant that auto sales in India have dropped 19 percent this year. But it cannot be a coincidence that a similar decline is evident in many other countries.
JW Marriott Chandigarh fined Rs 25,000 for over-charging bananas: Case will open Pandora’s box for the hospitality industry
The Excise and Taxation Department, Chandigarh concluded in its order that the banana supplied by the hotel is a supply of goods which is exempt from payment of tax
Oberoi's Gurgaon properties go fully solar; hospitality firm aims at reducing CO2 emissions by over 12,300 tonne per year
There’s a captive solar power plant in Balasar, Haryana that will generate 7.5 MW of electricity to meet the energy demands of the two hotels.
The new policy replacing the seven-year-old one gives back the IRCTC, a railways PSU, onboard catering responsibility for majority of trains including all the new ones.
Demonetization has shed its gloomy shadow on the booming tourism and hospitality industry in India.
In a chat with Firstpost its Joint Managing Director, Dilawar Nensey, talks about scope for the hospitality industry, why the company is selling off their hotel properties and its plans for the future.