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15:45

LifeStyle

The Directory: Destination weddings

Andrew Forbes

...experience of multi-faith and symbolic weddings and ceremonies. The Business of Weddings Following the success of Reviva Weddings, in 2019 Laura Charles established The Business of Weddings, offering professional coaching and transformation services to

11:17

Local

Benalmádena businesses donate toys to underprivileged children

TONY BRYANT

...three and fourteen benefited from the initiative, which was supported by Emabesa - the municipal water board - and numerous local businesses and associations. Councillor for Social Welfare Alicia Laddaga explained that, as well as providing

10:47

Local

Travel agents threaten legal action to claw back Covid flight cancellation refunds

Pilar Martínez

...who booked online, but travel agencies too. The unpaid amounts are suffocating these businesses and now the sector says that, after exhausting all other avenues, the only way out is the presentation of a barrage of lawsuits to the airlines to put an ... He also said that 40 per cent of the businesses that have not opened since the pandemic began. "The judicial route is the only recourse," he added.

13:14

Local

Tourism sector hopes measures will come with an aid package

Pilar Martínez

The Costa del Sol tourism industry hopes that the restrictions introduced on Wednesday by Andalusian president Juanma Moreno will come with an aid package for businesses. The president of the Costa del Sol hoteliers association (Aehcos), Luis ... Callejón Suñé, said that businesses were "running out of oxygen". The fact that half of Andalusians cannot leave their towns and that the region has closed its doors to the rest of the country until 9 November has put paid to any hopes of business this ... Businesses (CEA), Miguel Sánchez, said that the curfew and the closure of borders is a setback that has come at the worst possible time for the industry, and aggravates an already "chaotic" situation. "If the authorities don't act now, it will be a total

20:51

Gibraltar

Women in Business amalgamates with GFSB

Debbie Bartlett

The members of the Gibraltar Federation of Small Businesses have voted unanimously at a recent EGM to unite with the Women in Business Gibraltar association, which was founded in the 1990s as The Gibraltar Business Network. Following approval of ... businesses.

11:31

Local

An environmental business model

JENNIE RHODES

...that they "expected" a professional company to include sustainability as part of their business model. CEO of Fastighetsbyrån Overseas, Daniel Nilsson, says that all members of staff are really engaging with the project at all levels, and are keen to

14:33

Local

Bar, restaurant and club workers take to the streets to call for a rescue plan

juan Soto

...offices. After the march the business owners read a manifesto calling for direct help to be able to survive for the duration of the restrictions, for the IVA (value added tax) to be reduced to four per cent for the sector and for their 'autónomo' social ... and that without help many businesses could close down. He specified that currently 40% of hospitality establishments in the province are closed and that many will not pull up their shutters again. The vice-president of the association Andalucía

12:34

Local

Expat bar owners complain of lack of support from Fuengirola town hall

Tony Bryant

Fuengirola. A group of expats who own businesses in the port in Fuengirola held a meeting on Wednesday to discuss the current crisis they are facing regarding the fall in trade caused by the Covid-19 pandemic. The group, which has set up a Facebook ... realise that this is our livelihood," he said. Another business owner, who has had a bar in the port for more than 25 years but did not want to give his name, said that the situation is "devastating". "We have had a terrible summer and we have all

15:51

Opinion

Business as usual

Mark Nayler

business as usual, in other words.

14:37

Local

Nerja mayor to go on trial over illegal rubbish tip by river

Eugenio Cabezas

A court in the Axarquía has confirmed that it will summon the mayor of Nerja and one of his councillors to stand trial over the illegal tipping of rubbish by a local river bed. The investigation involves seven people from the building trade as well

15:56

Local

Refunds, a further ordeal for travel agencies already in crisis

JUAN SOTO

...people have still not received the money they had spent because of delays in payment by airlines and tour operators, and this is overwhelming a sector which is already suffering from a lack of business. The travel agents, who act as intermediaries ... the chain," he complains. According to Aedev's calculations, the sector has suffered losses of 90 per cent compared with turnover last year. The problem for the agencies, he adds, is that most of them are small businesses with little financial ... Ana Belén says it would be impossible for her to refund the clients directly because her business would have to close and then the clients would never receive their money. "When I phone the clients with good news, I am almost more excited than they

20:42

LifeStyle

The art of flamenco resilience

Tony Bryant

The cultural and entertainment business in the province of Malaga, as with the rest of the world, has suffered severely since the coronavirus pandemic struck in March 2020. The lack of tourists over the past 12 months has added further devastation

17:51

Opinion

Anyone for a tinny?

ANDREW J. LINN

...goatskins lined with pine resin, as in the 1950s. Finally Spain has its own canned wine, introduced remarkably enough by a young Berber lady of 33 with a US business school training. Sana Khouja worked for four years in a Priorato bodega and has selected a

13:07

Local

The cancellation of Malaga Fair comes at a cost of more than 60 million euros

ALBERTO GÓMEZ

...distributors, taxi drivers, hoteliers and all those who live from tourism are all losing out. I know that there are businesses that have closed due to the pandemic and others that are on the brink." New measures recently brought in, such as the ban on smoking ... them are needed for businesses to end the year with any profits." Request for aid The week of the fair is the most profitable for hotels in Malaga, a sector which is calling for a public aid package similar to that granted to the banks a decade ago

12:35

Local

Carrefour begins the revamp of its Supersol stores in Spain

ANDREA JIMÉNEZ

...in Spain, 112 Carrefour Market supermarkets, 912 Carrefour Express and 27 Supeco stores, in addition to its online retail business. The 172 stores acquired from Supersol will be added to this total. Malaga is the mainland province with the most

12:45

Opinion

Business as usual

Jennie Rhodes

...twice referred to the need for more "policemen" on the streets of England. So it seems that it's business as usual again. I can't imagine that it really occurred to any of these men that they might actually offend anyone and that the women would just ... hardly give a thought to. Perhaps the men, who felt it was OK to send the offensive image on 8 March, thought it would be fine to do so on the 9th. Thank goodness that's over for another year, they thought. Now we can go about our normal business and