It's Not Over Yet

O'Sullivan, Tadg
February 2009
Hospitality Ireland;Feb2009, Issue 55, p65
Trade Publication
The author looks at the implications of the 2009 economic recession on the hospitality industry in Ireland. He predicts that the pressure on AIB and Bank of Ireland will ease due to the nationalization of Anglo Irish Bank. He stresses the need for the sector to provide best value and service in order to attract customers. He encourages business owners and managers to take advantage of courses and training programmes available.


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