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Net Affinity at NIHF Receptionist of the Year Award

- Posted on: 27/04/2018 -

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Left: Gavin Carroll, President of NI Hotels Federation; Alex Coyle, Shipquay Boutique Hotel, Derry-Londonderry, Winner of Most Promising Hotel Receptionist of the Year; Pamela Ballantine; Louise Denvir, Titanic Hotel Belfast, Runner Up in the Most Promising Hotel Receptionist of the Year category and William Cotter, Net Affinity

Right: William Cotter, Net Affinity; Alex Coyle, Shipquay Boutique Hotel, Derry-Londonderry, Winner of Most Promising Hotel Receptionist of the Year; Gavin Carroll, President of NI Hotels Federation

 

Net Affinity are delighted to have sponsored this years NIHF ‘Most Promising Hotel Receptionist of the Year’ Award. The competition was fierce with applications and interviews held throughout February and March. Our own Managing Director William Cotter and Sales Director Sharon Power Cowley were there on the night to give the award and support such a great event.

And the award goes to Alex Coyle of Shipquay Boutique Hotel, Derry-Londonderry. A big congratulations from all at Net Affinity for winning this years ‘Most Promising Hotel Receptionist of the Year’ award.

Though there can only be one winner, we would like to congratulate Louise Denvir of Titanic Hotel Belfast, who was runner up this year.

We are already looking forward to next year.

 

About Net Affinity

Net Affinity is an award winning Booking Technology, Design and Marketing Company working exclusively with hotels. Committed to driving more direct business at a lower cost of acquisition with proven conversion strategies for hotels, Net Affinity have collated the brightest, most commercially-focused, experienced and passionate team of professionals to deliver on these objectives.

About NIHF

The Northern Ireland Hotels Federation is the representative body for hotels, guesthouses and other accommodation providers in Northern Ireland. The hospitality industry in Northern Ireland has had a collective body since 1922, with the Federation being incorporated in 1999 to specifically focus on the accommodation sector. Developing services for the benefit of the industry, the Federation actively works in partnership with others to create the right conditions for tourism. Further information may be obtained from the official website: www.irelandhotels.com