Buell Business Advice Clinic
In partnership with The Buell Group, ScotHot offers free specialist business advice at the Buell Business Advice Clinic.
Offering practical solutions designed for you and your business, the Buell consultants, all experts in their fields, will be on hand to discuss any aspect of your business in complete confidence and will help you obtain insight into what may be possible to achieve in your business.
Check back soon or sign up here for updates.
Business experts in 2015 included:
Avvio is a market leader in supporting hotels with their online booking management strategy. Their aim is to help hotels maximise direct bookings whilst minimising commissions payable to Online Travel Agents. This they do for a broad range of high quality business across the UK and Ireland, by applying a series of techniques, algorithms and through enhancing web designs.
iHotelligence was founded by Keith Slowey in 2009. iHotelligence is a scalable, flexible and reliable integrated Hotel Management solution incorporating PMS, Integrated Booking Engine and Channel Management, CRM, Rate & Yield Management, BI and reporting functionality and finance suite. The system helps you improve sales, reduce costs and eliminate inefficiency.
Procure Wizard is an award-winning e-purchasing platform which enables organisations to control and manage all elements of the procurement cycle to reduce purchasing costs and streamline accounting & administration processes. It offers a solution which enables multi-site groups and independents to manage all elements of the cycle from Purchase to Pay using both local and national suppliers.
THE TENDER MANAGEMENT COMPANY
The Tender Management Company are Tendering and contract management experts offering independent tendering for multi-site hospitality groups. They specialise in identifying saving opportunities to ultimately reduce costs and increase profitability with no compromise on quality or service.
THE ENERGY DESK
The Energy Desk provides a range of services to help businesses save money on their energy and utility costs. These include: procurement; management and metering; engineering design and consultancy; telecoms; a ‘health check’ (to examine how you buy, monitor and control your energy) as well as independent advice to help you deal with changes in the government policy affecting business energy.