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By M&C Report team2011-10-17T08:21:00+01:00
The biggest single issue for D&D London is not lack of revenue – it’s staff, chief executive Des Gunewardena told MCA’s The Conversation.
Rent debts should not be written off, as it would penalise operators that have worked hard to pay off their arrears, Steven Kenee of Oakman Group has argued.
D&D London has had to plough in £15m into its UK estate during the pandemic – 10% of its annual revenue – but nothing into its US and France businesses, CEO Des Gunewardena has revealed.
Des Gunewardena, chief executive, D&D London and Peter Borg-Neal, executive chairman, Oakman Inns & Restaurants will feature on this afternoon’s edition of MCA’s The Conversation.
Oakman Inns’ executive chairman Peter Borg-Neal and Des Gunewardena, chief executive, D&D London will join the panel on next Monday’s edition of MCA’s The Conversation.
There’s still time to register for MCA’s The Conversation at 3pm where we are delighted to joined by with Peter Marks, chief executive, Rekom UK and Martin Wolstencroft, chief executive of Arc Inspirations to discuss the hot topics of the day.
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