|Policy & Sector Groups|
Operator members policy & sector groups
UKHospitality operates a range of member engagement meetings. We have classified these meetings into three different categories: Policy, Sector and Regional.
Each of these are designed to create platforms of collaborative debate and discussions that allow UKHospitality to develop its policies and campaign plans. They are targeted at our retailer members and meet 3 - 4 times per year in London and across the U.K.
We encourage members who would like to apply to be a part of any of these groups to nominate their chosen representatives. You can nominate a director or executive of your company and we will then process the nomination.
A platform for debate and discussion to feed into government
Develop the UKHospitality policy development and shared knowledge from external partners
The base of UKHospitality lobbying objectives and support member's commercial interests
The common industry issues and share best practice
The policy forums are a range of expert groups designed to work across specific areas to develop detailed policy outlines for UKHospitality. These groups will act as information hubs where members can learn from one another and share best practice.
The sector groups ensure the views of every part of membership is heard; dealing with big picture issues and discussing specific policy areas, while also having a strong networking focus.
These committees cover local/regional/devolved issues and feed in to UKHospitality on potential regional events, policy, interests and concerns, to help formulate UKH policy. They present a chance to learn from the national picture and also provide networking and best practice sharing opportunities.
This can cover regional executives from national companies or any local representative.