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Institute of Hospitality offers special membership deal

11 May 2010 by

The Institute of Hospitality (IOH) is offering a special membership deal for a limited period to all new members and those who are eligible for a membership upgrade.

Aimed at managers and aspiring managers working in the hospitality, leisure and tourism industries, the IOH is waiving its registration fee of £43 for new members and the £35 upgrade fee for existing members until the end of May.

The IOH, which is represented in more than 100 countries worldwide, allows its members to progress through a series of grades to reflect and celebrate their career achievements.

For further information on joining or upgrading IOH membership, contact 020 8661 4900 or visit

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