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Delivering a proactive approach to supporting our members, the region and promoting hospitality

SCR Hospitality is a membership led, not-for-profit organisation covering the Sheffield City Region. With circa 30 members, the Association acts for the interest of its members and is the unified voice of the hospitality industry in the region. Dedicated to supporting and attracting both business and leisure tourism to the region, SCR Hospitality provides unique and interesting networking opportunities, works alongside local authorities and educational institutes to offer training and development for members and their teams and facilitates collaborative partnerships with key organisations to attract large-scale events.

With a proactive and strategic approach to supporting our members, the region and promoting hospitality as a career of choice, everything delivered by SCR Hospitality adds value through…

Knowledge     Team Focus      Business Focus

Knowledge
Team Focus
Business Focus

What do members benefit from?

Members benefit from:

  • Regular networking opportunities for Hoteliers to meet with one another and discuss current issues, business topics and the commercial climate within the Sheffield City Region
  • A sounding board to lobby key opinions on subjects of concern
  • Relationships with key city region stakeholders including Sheffield City Region, Marketing Sheffield, LEP, Sheffield BID, Doncaster Sheffield Airport and many more
  • Joint power to source discounted rates for business tourism events, industry exposure events and exhibitions and training workshops
  • Working closely with educational institutes including The Sheffield College to tackle the recruitment challenges facing the hospitality sector. The SCR Hospitality Association and The Sheffield College have joined forces to train the next generation of talent in traditional hospitality and catering skills with two apprenticeship schemes.

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Interested in joining the association and benefiting from an industry focused strategy?