In conversation with Luke Phillips about his promotion to Reception Manager of three boutique hotels in Pembrokeshire. Luke shares his career insights working with the Retreats Group citing passion, leadership training and job satisfaction for his success.
In conversation with Karleigh Davies about her career in Welsh Tourism…
Cardiff Met alumna Karleigh shares her rewarding career journey from studying tourism management to becoming a destination management and marketing manager in Wales.
In conversation with Hema Odedra about her successful career with Virgin Holidays.
Project researcher, Louise Dixey, was fortunate enough to meet Hema at an ABTA workshop on Apprenticeships in Tourism and Hospitality. Hema is an apprenticeship success story and shares her journey from Business & Administration apprentice to World-wide Destination Manager.
In conversation with Mike and Diane about sustainability in hospitality in Wales…
At the edge of Snowdonia National Park and in the heart of Llandudno, North Wales, lies Adcote House. This guesthouse opened in 2012 and is a treasure in this famous seaside destination. Owners Mike and Diane are known for their hard work ensuring their accommodation is homely, hospitable and sustainable.
Adcote House is a lovely place to stay and champions sustainable tourism in Wales.
Article edited by NTG Team at Breda University
Dr. Vicky Richards, Programme Director for Undergraduate Tourism Programmes and Lecturer in Tourism, Hospitality and Events (THE) at Cardiff Metropolitan University teaches a 10-credit score module concentrating on social inclusion. Vicky has a wealth of experience and knowledge and has worked in disability services for 20 years within the third sector. From a tourism and hospitality point of view, she believes that the industry, such as hotels and restaurants, can easily begin to break down the barriers for people with disabilities and accessible tourism experiences.