Unique entrepreneurial training for top students in the hospitality sector in Murcia

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UNIQUE: Clever idea for hospitality entrepreneurs. CREDIT: Andrea Piacquadio/ Pexels

Murcia Council set to give extra support to top students from the School of Hospitality as they look to gain their first professional employment.

THE Department of Employment, Economic Promotion and Tourism of the Murcia City Council, led by Pedro García Rex, is getting ready to launch a unique project that will see a hospitality entrepreneurship classroom made available to the best students of the Hospitality School.
The programme has been giving the go-ahead and is set for those students who have completed their training and have a business idea within the hospitality sector, in order to provide them with a clear professional vision, guidance, knowledge and support.
The facilities of the cafeteria of the Visitor Centre de la Luz, which have been closed for several years, will be made available to the entrepreneurship classes.
The facility has been chosen for a bigger reason that the space just being available, as Pedro García Rex explains, “the space can be open to the public, providing the service of bar, cafeteria and restaurant, and [students] receiving at the same time training related to a management model oriented towards competitiveness.”
He continued, “In this way it is intended that entrepreneurs can recreate in the most real way possible what the creation and maintenance of a business in the hospitality sector entails.”
Speaking on the facilities, the Councillor concluded, “located in an area that has great potential as a reference point in El Valle, both for hikers and cyclists as well as for families and groups of friends who decide to spend a day in nature.”
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Matthew Roscoe

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