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Campaign to open up hospitality spaces for remote workers

A campaign is underway to convince UK leaders to allow hospitality venues to reopen as a base for remote workers. Founder and CEO of Work Anywhere Hub James Santi said: “We believe hospitality venues should not be forced to suffer any more.” The proposal puts forward a case for allowing all venues to open as remote, Covid-safe workspaces “until we are allowed to reopen to the public. This might not be until May so we need to be making use of our spaces now”, Santi said. He went on to…

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Muvi Cinemas to open standalone VIP suites multiplex in Jeddah

Saudi Arabia’s first homegrown cinema brand, muvi Cinemas KSA, has announced the Summer 2021 debut of its standalone VIP Suites multiplex Atelier LaVie, a walkable mixed-use development in Jeddah’s Al Shati District. The multiplex will be situated among exclusive retail stores, cafes and restaurants in an environment inspired by an urban garden. The property is owned by the Al-Anwa Holding Company for Investments. Established in 2019 in Riyadh, muvi Cinemas is the first homegrown cinema brand in Saudi Arabia, offering movie-goers an array of viewing options that range from Xperience,…

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‘Overwhelming support’ for hospitality sector in parliament debate

The hospitality sector has welcomed the cross-party support it has received for the creation of a Minister of Hospitality role after a debate was held yesterday in parliament. It was good news for the industry as MPs spoke out at the official debate held yesterday afternoon, voicing their concerns that the hospitality sector does not have adequate representation in government, despite all that it contributes to the economy and society. The petition for a Minister of Hospitality was started in October and spurred on in November when Robin Hutson launched…

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