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Posted by:
Jon Patrick
Head of Leisure & Development
Leisure | 18/06/2019 14:54:09

Activity and opportunity in the mini and adventure golf market

The leisure market covers a wide remit of business types and concepts, ranging from conventional sites such as spas, gyms and holiday parks, to of-the-moment original models driven by consumer demand trends.

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Hotels 17 April 2019

Dublin: Too hot to handle or not quite boiling?

Ireland recorded a GDP growth at 7.9% in 2017 and 2018 is estimated to see a 6.4% growth. Dublin has become a hub for international companies in various industries, such as IT, financial services and pharmaceuticals. Alongside Amsterdam, Paris and Frankfurt, Dublin is one of t...

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By:
Guillaume Lafond
Consultant
Childcare & Education 10 April 2019

Growing appetite for UK education from Chinese families fuels international investment despite Brexi

Over the last 10 years there has been growing appetite from Chinese families to provide their children with a prestigious UK education. Earlier this year, the Independent Schools Council (ISC) reported that one in every 100 pupils being educated in the UK independent school sy...

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Care 09 April 2019

Women in Healthcare Property Forum roundtable discussion at Christie & Co

Gathering at Christie & Co’s London head office, the group consisted of WIHPF members from across the sector and we were delighted to have Nadra Ahmed OBE, Chairman of the National Care Association as the guest speaker. Having given us an outline of her extensive background...

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By:
Emma Crawford
Director
Childcare & Education 04 April 2019

Where has the narrowing of the gender pay gap STEMmed from?

From 2017, any organisation employing more than 250 members of staff are required to publish reports on their gender pay gap, meaning that businesses must be more transparent and aware of offering equal opportunities. There are many opinions as to the origin of the gender pay ...

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