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Dehoga expects strong business with Christmas parties

2021-10-14T13:39:31.755Z

Christmas will be in a few weeks - and this year some companies could celebrate with colleagues again. Innkeepers hope for business.



Christmas will be in a few weeks - and this year some companies could celebrate with colleagues again.

Innkeepers hope for business.

Wiesbaden - After the pre-Christmas season 2020, which was marked by Corona, the innkeepers in Hesse are more optimistic about the last quarter this year.

"We expect strong business this year," said General Manager of the Dehoga Hotel and Restaurant Association in Hesse, Julius Wagner, of the German Press Agency.

Because Christmas parties by companies and in private settings had to be canceled due to the lockdown last year, the catering industry is assuming an increased need to catch up in the country.

The industry sees “a noticeably great need to organize Christmas parties in a pub,” says Wagner.

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According to a Dehoga survey, 64 percent of Hessian restaurateurs want to use the so-called 3G rule at celebrations, i.e. only allow access to guests who have been vaccinated, recovered or tested.

Eleven percent rely on the 2G rule, which only allows those who have been vaccinated and those who have recovered to participate in the celebrations.

The remaining 25 percent would decide which of the two rules to apply, depending on the situation.

Nevertheless, this does not automatically mean that the traditional Christmas party will return everywhere this year, according to the Hessian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (HIHK).

“The picture of whether there will be company Christmas parties or not will be very heterogeneous.

Many entrepreneurs and employees would like a festive get-together and will want to make it possible in a prudent way. ”As in the previous year, others would rely on digital formats or forego a celebration.

As a spokeswoman for the employers' association of the Hessian handicrafts said, according to discussions with members, “many people want to return to normal”.

Many companies preferred to book a party in the restaurant, as they felt secure by the rules that apply there.

dpa

Source: merkur

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