How to improve the catering service in the household?

first_imgThere are several answers to this question. On the contrary, solutions are offered from certain business segments such as digital marketing, swimming pools and pool equipment, mattresses, washing machines…The right way to achieve continuous growth in quality while monitoring trends in tourism is to connect the basic elements of marketing: market research, defining demand profiles, creating supply according to known demand, education, specialization, investing, highlighting, branding, promotional channels, feedback. guests and the constant repetition of this cycle.PersistenceHe asked Ivo John, “Why is the grass in England greener, denser, more beautiful?” John says, “Do you water the grass every day? Says Ive: Yes. Do you mow it every week? Says Ive: Yes. Do you fertilize it in the fall and spring? Says Ive: Yes, and that! John: And you’ve been doing it all for 500 years? Ivan: eh… “For almost 10 years now, the Primorje-Gorski Kotar County has started to apply the right way to improve the catering service in the household. This is what it looks like:Family accommodation in the Kvarner area makes up almost 48% of the total accommodation capacity of the Primorje-Gorski Kotar County, which indicates the importance of better market positioning of family accommodation. Therefore, the County of Primorje-Gorski Kotar, in cooperation with the Kvarner Tourist Board and local tourist boards from the Kvarner area, launched a project in 2010 to award the quality label “Kvarner Family” with the aim of branding accommodation in rooms, apartments, holiday homes and camps. in the household in the Primorje-Gorski Kotar County.It is a system of standards and criteria that aims to create a new basis for connecting the holders of family accommodation in the entire Primorje-Gorski Kotar County. The basic criteria for awarding the project label are: landscaping, pleasantly equipped interior, recognizability of the building, but also respect for tradition, loyalty of guests and the experience of home and family atmosphere. This aims to make the facilities marked “Kvarner Family” marketable, and the quality level is guaranteed by the Kvarner Tourist Board and local tourist boards by publishing them in a special web catalog on the website and in promotional materials.Agencies also joined the project, sub-brands were createdIn 2013, the Kvarner Tourist Board, in cooperation with local tourist boards, invited travel agencies from the Primorje-Gorski Kotar County to join the “Kvarner Family” project by obtaining the “Kvarner Family Agency” quality label.Further sub-brands of the “Kvarner Family” Quality label have also been developed:• Pet Friendly – intended for tourists with pets (started in 2014)• BikeFriendly – intended for cyclo tourists (started in 2014)• HikeFriendly – intended for hiking tourists (started in 2014).The number of people interested in applying new knowledge is constantly growingDomestic catering service providers have shown great interest in joining the project, so that currently the quality label is carried by accommodation facilities owned by 489 household accommodation providers from the Kvarner area, of which 59 Pet Friendly, 24 Bike Friendly and 23 Hike Friendly renters and 28 Kvarner Family agency of which 4 Dog Friendly agencies. Also partners in the project in the Pet friendly subbrand are the Veterinary Station Rijeka with its network of clinics and pet stores and the hotel and beach for dogs Monty s, as well as Sparkly pet – beauty salon pets. The web portal is updated and adapted to trends, and the Facebook pages Kvarner Family and the fan group Pet friendly are also active. In addition to the Kvarner Family brochure, the brochure “Family package” with vouchers was printed, as part of which the action involved many businesses that have granted discounts on their services.Investment incentiveBased on inquiries from family accommodation entities at workshops held on the provision of catering services in the household and at the suggestion of the Commission for the implementation of the project “Kvarner Family”, a credit program “Kvarner Family” was developed and launched in December 2015. accommodation in facilities where catering services of household accommodation are provided.The program is implemented in cooperation with the following banks: HRVATSKA POŠTANSKA BANKA dd, ERSTE & STEIERMÄRKISCHE BANK dd and ZAGREBAČKA BANKA ddLending conditionsBeneficiaries of loans under this Program may be natural persons – providers of catering services in the household registered in the Republic of Croatia (hereinafter: Renters) in accordance with the Law on Catering and the Ordinance on classification and categorization of facilities providing catering services in the household, which have a Decision The state administration office responsible for issuing the Decision approving the provision of catering services in the household and that the intended funds in the amount of 100% intend to invest in their own accommodation facilities in the Primorje-Gorski Kotar County.Funds are approved exclusively for:• meeting the conditions for providing catering services in the household according to the criteria of the “Kvarner Family” quality label system and the corresponding additional quality labels (“Pet Friendly”, “Bike Friendly”, “Hike Friendly” and other special offer standards implemented by the Kvarner Tourist Board);• arrangement, modernization (raising the quality of the facility) or expansion of facilities whose implementation does not violate the traditional values ​​of coastal or Gorski Kotar indigenous construction;• procurement of equipment or individual parts of equipment.The amount of credit funds ranges from HRK 20.000,00 to HRK 100.000,00. Loan repayment period up to five years, with the possibility of waiting one year which is included in the repayment period. The shelf life is up to 12 months. Funds are remitted by non-cash payment to the account of the supplier or service provider for the loan beneficiary based on a certified situation, proforma invoice, invoice or contract for delivery or purchase in the amount of at least 90% and payment to the Borrower on the transaction account up to 10% of the approved loan documentation for the intended use of the loan.Credit potentialThe credit potential is HRK 5.000.000,00, with the Primorje-Gorski Kotar County subsidizing the interest on approved loans with five (5) percentage points for investments in the area of ​​Gorski Kotar and small islands of the Primorje-Gorski Kotar County (Unije, Susak, Ilovik, Vele and Mala Srakane) so that the interest for end users is ultimately ca. 1% per year. For the remaining areas of the Primorje-Gorski Kotar County, the County subsidizes the interest with four (4) percentage points so that the interest for the end user is a maximum of approx. 2% per year.So far, family micro-entrepreneurs in tourism have used HRK 4 million in loansAs of today, the credit potential of HRK 5.000.000,00 has been used in the amount of HRK 4.003.103,00 with a total of 52 loans approved. The remaining HRK XNUMX million of credit potential is available.At least 10 more credits are availableRequests are submitted to the Commission for the Implementation of the Credit Program “Kvarner Family 2015” by mail to the address: Primorje-Gorski Kotar County, Administrative Department for Tourism, Entrepreneurship and Rural Development, Slogin kula 2, 51 000 Rijeka or by personal delivery to the office of Primorje-Gorski Kotar County. located at: Slogin kula 2 (ground floor), Rijeka. All additional information can be obtained on tel. 051 / 351-261.The public invitation, the loan application form and the list of documentation to be attached to the application can be downloaded from the website of the Primorje-Gorski Kotar County: under Tenders. The deadline for submitting applications is until the credit potential is used.Published by: Nedo Pinezićlast_img read more

Women’s hockey team prepares for weekend road match

first_imgFor every series the No. 3 Wisconsin women’s hockey team has played this season, there have always been questions, some nagging doubts as to how well the Badgers can perform. And every series, the Badgers answered those questions with victories.This past weekend, the question was whether the Badgers could defeat long time conference rival and WCHA powerhouse Minnesota. Coming into the series with a deplorable 4-23-2 record against the Golden Gophers, one had to wonder if the Badgers would fall short again.The Badgers responded with a convincing sweep on the road, the first time Wisconsin had ever swept Minnesota. It was also the third time the Golden Gophers had been swept at home. The Badgers shutout the Gophers 2-0 Friday evening and won by a score of 6-2 Saturday evening.Wisconsin is now 11-1 on the season and is one of the most dominating teams in its conference.With a prolific offense and a stifling defense, there are few questions about Wisconsin being an elite team. The Badgers have shown that their success is not a fluke. And there are no obvious holes in what seems to be a very well rounded team.Veteran players such as Sharon Cole, Sara Bauer, Bobbi-Jo Slusar and Jinelle Zaugg continue to provide plenty of offense. However, there had been a question of forward Nikki Burish. Going into the series against Minnesota with just two assists, there was the question of why Burish was in a scoring slump.”You look at statistics and say ‘what kind of year is she having?'” head coach Mark Johnson said prior to the series against Minnesota. “But you look at face-offs, you look at penalty killing, you look at plus minus and how she’s playing in a lot of key situations … late in games and late in periods. [Burish] has done a lot of good things.””She’s getting a lot of chances, unfortunately the puck is hitting the goaltender, missing the net or hitting the post,” Johnson continued. “When you look at [the Nov. 9 game against Minnesota State], she probably could have had four or five goals just in that game. Hopefully, she can get on a bit of a hot streak. I think she’s playing pretty well.”Burish answered the question of her scoring drought early in the first period during Saturday’s game, giving her a goal and two assists.Key freshman such as Erica Lawler, Angie Keseley and Tia Hanson are also doing well to contribute to the offense. The three are among the top seven freshman point scorers this season, with Keseley leading the way with six goals and six assists.I just go out there every shift and work as hard as I can and see what I can do,” Lawler said of adjusting to college hockey. “Whatever happens, happens. I try not to think about things too much, I just try to be aggressive.”The Badgers will face Dartmouth and New Hampshire this weekend at the Dartmouth Tournament in Hanover, N.H. Both teams are undefeated against Wisconsin.Dartmouth is 3-0 against the Badgers while New Hampshire holds a record of 3-0-1 against the Badgers.Dartmouth is 4-4 this season and has accumulated 17 goals and allowed 18 goals in all eight games. The Dartmouth Big Green is lead on offense by Shannon Bowman, Danielle Grundy and Tiffany Hagge, who have nine, nine and eight points, respectively.The New Hampshire Wildcats’ offense is lead by Nicole Hekle, who was named as Hockey East’s offensive player of the week. She has five goals and 10 assists on the season, and had a hat trick against Northeastern this weekend. The Wildcats have scored 44 goals in just nine games this season and hold a record of 7-2.last_img read more