Top Trends on CATEX Table
CATEX, Ireland’s largest foodservice and hospitality event, returns to the RDS, Simmonscourt from Tu...

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Fellowship for Brian
Brian Bowler of the Montenotte Hotel, Cork was presented with an IHI Fellowship by Michael Mallon, c...

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Paul's Lifetime Achievement
Paul Boksberger was presented with a Lifetime Achievement Award at the IHI Founders Banquet

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Helen is a Fellow
Helen Fahy, head of quality and culture at The Doyle Collection receives her IHI Fellowship from Mic...

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Laura Wins ASAP Award

The Association of Serviced Apartment Providers (ASAP), , has celebrated the achievements of the industry for the sixth successive year.


 The 2018 awards marked a record year, having received the highest number of entries in its 6-year history which came from more than 19 countries, while 16 separate countries were represented in the shortlisted finalists.
 The accolades included the Rising Star Award, presented to Laura Corrigan, Operations Executive at PREMIER SUITES, who was noted for her 360o perspective, while the Serviced Apartment Marketing Award went to Roomzzz Aparthotels for its campaign.
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GOT Tapestry for Bayeux

Following the final season of the award-winning HBO series Game of Thrones – which will air in April 2019 – Tourism Ireland’s Game of ThronesTapestry will travel to Bayeu


x in Normandy, north-western France, home of the world-famous 11th-century Bayeux Tapestry. The Game of Thrones Tapestry will be exhibited there from September 2019, near its historic counterpart – which was a key source of inspiration for its new neighbour.
  Tourism Ireland commemorated the contribution of Game of Thrones to Northern Ireland with its medieval-style, hand-woven tapestry – created in 2017, to coincide with season seven. The 80-metre long tapestry – woven from linen supplied by Thomas Ferguson’s in Banbridge and hand-embroidered by a team at the Ulster Museum – depicts some of the most memorable and iconic scenes from every episode of the series to date.
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Masterchefs boosts NUIG eco-drive

Masterchefs Hospitality have, over  the last twelve months , served 25,000 hot beverages in reusable cups at NUI Galway having incentivised their customers to make the 


transition from single use take away cups - further reinforcing the University’s ambition of become one of the greenest, smartest, healthiest and community-focused campuses in the world. 
 Pictured are  Masterchefs Managing Director, Pat O’Sullivan, NUI Galway’s Director of Commercial Services, Ann Duggan and Lorraine Rushe, Environmental Health & Safety Manager at NUI Galway, in the self-sufficient herb garden established by Masterchefs at Moffetts Restaurant, NUI Galway
 As well as having a huge environmental impact by significantly reducing the amount of single use cups ending up in the bin, the scheme has also saved the staff and students at NUI Galway as much as €5,000 in discounts..
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Name change for Heron and Grey

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Heron & Grey, the Michelin star restaurant in Blackrock Market in Co Dublin , is to close at the end of January and re-open under a new name- 'Liath'.
 Co-owner and general manager Andrew Heron, who opened the 22-seat restaurant with chef Damien Grey, is leaving the business in order to spend more time with his family. In April of this year, his wife Jessica gave birth to their first child, Mabel.
 Andrew has sold his interest in the restaurant to Damien, who will become sole owner and plans to re-open the premises as Liath restaurant on March 1st. Liath will follow the Heron & Grey template of a no-choice tasting menu, with 10 courses costing €78. The name, meaning “grey” in Irish, was chosen by his daughters, who had to explain the word to their Australian father.
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Business award for Maeve

Maeve O'Malley, founder of Meltdown Café has been named 2018 'Rising Star'  in the Dublin Local Enterprise 'Women in Business Network' awards.


Maeve owns a Temple Bar-based café that specialises in gourmet toasted cheese sandwiches. She was recognised for hitting some highly impressive targets and milestones during her first year.
 Now in their fourteenth year, the Women in Business Network Awards recognises two outstanding members of the Local Enterprise Office’s Women’s Network, whose businesses have excelled over the past year.
 The other 2018 recipient iis Una Healy, founder of Una Healy Design, a Dublin-based creative graphic design studio who was named the 2018 'Female Entrepreneur of the Year' Award. 
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