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Wine, Hospitality Industry Gains Focus


09 - dec - 10

Wine, Hospitality Industry Gains Focus

The Wine Club (TWC) is soon going to launch its job portal aimed at the Wine & Hospitality Industry. The demand of quality manpower in this unique sector is on a high and as per the Crisil report, in India alone jobs in the hospitality sector has grown over 110% in a span of eight years. Keeping in mind this important development The Wine Club has undertaken an effort to facilitate quality education and recruiting assistance in the wine and hospitality industry.

Almost along the same line the Hospitality Purchasing Managers’ Forum (HPMF) formally launched which aims to provide a platform for buyers from hotels, restaurants, catering, airline industry and manufactures and traders catering to hospitality industry, keeping in mind the rapid growth of the Indian hospitality industry. The target of HPMF is to link procurement and supply, the vital ends of the procurement chain and create a better purchasing environment by developing knowledge and expertise of hospitality purchasing professionals through education, guidance and latest techniques. HPMF will provide an equal opportunity to all big and small manufacturers, vendors, suppliers and traders to showcase their range pf products.




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