As well as being general manager of the five-AA-star, 165-bedroom Lowry hotel in Manchester, Adrian Ellis is chair of the Manchester Hoteliers Association. He tells Katherine Price about the MHA's work around recruitment, sustainability and charity, and its schemes to bring more conferences and events to the city
Having been chair of the Manchester Hoteliers Association for three years, how far into your strategy are you?
Some parts are more advanced than others. On the sustainability part, we've still got quite a long way to go, although there are some good initiatives out there. We're working with a company called Clean the World, looking at whether we can reuse soaps and/or plastic containers and we're also working with an energy management consultant.
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