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Dusk ‘til Dawn nominees announced

12 September 2018   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Chris Banks
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UKHospitality has unveiled the shortlisted nominees for the 2018 Dusk ‘til Dawn Late Night Awards.

The winners will be announced at the gala Dusk ‘til Dawn event at Café de Paris, following the Bar and Nightclub Conference on 8 October.

UKHospitality Chief Executive Kate Nicholls said: “The variety and sheer volume of nominations this year has been fantastic and the job of whittling them down to 53 shortlisted nominees has been tough. The diversity on show this year is a tribute to the vibrancy and vitality of the UK’s late-night sector and we are very pleased to shortlist the most dynamic companies at the cutting-edge of late-night hospitality.

“A thriving late-night sector makes a huge difference to a town and city, providing not only an economic boost, but also acting as a very valuable social and cultural asset. Our nightclubs are world-renowned and the annual Dusk ‘til Dawn is all about celebrating this brilliant sector.

“I look forward to this year’s ceremony and crowning the winners at what will no doubt be a fantastic evening celebrating this valuable and exciting aspect of the UK’s hospitality.”

Nominees:

Food
New World Trading Company
Novus Leisure
Living Ventures Group
ETM Group
Duck & Waffle
Revolution Bars Group

Drink
Be At One
Dirty Martini
Eclectic Bar Group
Inception Group
New World Trading Company
Mission Mars

Entertainment
Deltic Group
Tokyo Industries
Stonegate Pub Company
Maxwells Restaurants
Lucky Voice
Paul Daly Venues

Service & Team Development
Greene King
Stonegate Pub Company
Beds & Bars
New World Trading Company
Disco Bars
Adventure Bar

Marketing & Promotion
Dirty Martini
Maxwells Restaurants
Eclectic Bar Group
DHP Family
Be At One

Late Night Bar
Tonight Josephine, London
Vega Lounge, Manchester
Edwards, Peterborough
Impossible, Manchester
Smash, Reading
Rock City, Nottingham
Bar Salsa, London
Zigfrid von Underbelly, London

Late Night Club
Egg, London
Fabric, London
Ministry of Sound, London
Oceana, Southampton
XOYO, London
Digital, Newcastle
Warehouse Project, Manchester

Late Night Company
Stonegate Pub Company
Deltic Group
CG Restaurants & Bars
Inception Group
Revolution Bars Group
Columbo Group
Platinum Lace
Fever Bars
Nightlife Clubs

ENDS

Notes to editors

  • UKHospitality is the new trade body representing the UK’s hospitality sector, established following a merger approved in February 2018 between the Association of Licensed Multiple Retailers (ALMR) and the British Hospitality Association (BHA)
  • UKHospitality is the authoritative voice for over 700 companies, operating around 65,000 venues in a sector that employs 3.2 million people
  • The body speaks on behalf of a wide range of leisure and ‘out-of-home’ businesses, from FTSE 100 enterprises to niche groups and independent single-site operators
  • For the first time, the sector has a single voice bringing together businesses from all aspects of hospitality; coffee shops, hotels, serviced apartments, pubs, restaurants, leisure parks, nightclubs, contract caterers, entertainment, stadia and visitor attractions
  • Engaging with government, the media and the public, UKHospitality works to develop a robust case on how to unlock the industry’s full potential as the biggest engine for growth in the economy and ensure that the industry’s needs are effectively represented
  • The sector creates £130bn in economic activity and generates £38bn of tax for the Exchequer, funding vital services
  • Hospitality represents 10% of UK employment, 6% of businesses and 5% of GDP

·         Hospitality is the 3rd largest private sector employer in the UK; double the size of financial services and bigger than automotive, pharmaceuticals and aerospace combined

·         Member benefits include free advice and expert guidance on regulation, finance and health and safety as well as savings on services from carefully selected business partners.


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