More men than women regularly go out little teenagers going out is mostly a popular pastime for more mature guests. Nearly two-thirds of the visitors of restaurants and pubs are over 40 years old. Almost every fifth guest is even 60 years or older. This is expert, Scheessel near Hamburg, Germany, from a study of the international market of CHD. The age distribution of our guests shows that average a few young people regularly encountered in the classical gastronomy. Although 19 percent of the population is under 18 years of age, only six percent of the guests are not yet of legal age. “Only about one-third of the guests are in the celebration age ‘ between 18 and 39 years”, Thilo Lambracht, CEO of CHD expert reports / market square Hotel Ltd., considering the average age of the guests under the age of 18, without which, it turns out that there is no age gap. The proportion of those aged 18 to 49 year olds is almost “as high as the proportion of the over 50 years in the hospitality industry”, so Labib.
The more mature guests are in each type of gastronomy”(over 40 years old) in the majority. The proportion among 39 year-olds is significantly higher only in bars, clubs or lounges. For comparison: in a la carte restaurants are around 65 percent of the guests of earlier semester. Regular going out has to do with the financial strength and that is simply higher than in young people with more mature audiences,”Labib analyzed. Age has to do with sense of community and transparency: the proportion of the over 60 years is particularly high in pubs with nearly 22 percent. For comparison: in bars are only about 12 percent of the guests at the senior age.
About 53 percent of the guests are male, 47 percent are female. The gender distribution is very different depending on the type of gastronomy: bars/clubs/lounges there is an oversupply (59%). However, more women in Cafes (55%) are found. And in pubs the situation is even clearer: 63 percent of our guests are men. Still a man’s game is, discussions at the beer at the bar or at the meeting”said Labib. More fundamentals of gastronomy expert emerge from the current study results of CHD: the average Bon in German catering is 14.50 euros. More than half of the guests is between 60 and 120 minutes. The most important line of business data are in the hospitality industry in Germany study 2008 “(290 euro + VAT) to find; Orders under shop.chd-expert.de. About CHD expert / Marktplatz Hotel GmbH: the divisions range from market research about direct marketing and data management. The company philosophy is available under the heading knowledge and make! “.” The company was group in 1997 as a founder of Marktplatz Hotel GmbH and is one of about seven years to the international CHD expert with branches in all economically important countries in Europe and United States and Canada. CHD expert is one of the preferred partners of the Hotel Association of Germany (IHA). The customer base includes companies in the areas of food & beverages, equipment and media. More at: for more information: Thilo Lambracht, Labib t chd-expert de CHD expert Marktplatz Hotel GmbH Veerser WEG 2 b, D 27383 Scheessel (near Hamburg) Tel.
Droughts, cyclones and floods visible signs of climate change are Dessau/Dusseldorf – droughts, hurricanes and floods are the visible signs of climate change and put humanity before one of the biggest challenges of the 21st century. A study of the Federal Environmental Agency according to every German citizen caused annually a CO2 emission of 10.6 tonnes per year. Accordingly, the voluntary compensation of greenhouse gas emissions has become a growing business segment. Provider calculate the quantity of emissions to offset this and fund their own climate protection projects through a corresponding amount of money. By CO2 neutral flying, the nature protection Association WWF offers the possibility to avoid the carbon emissions elsewhere. 14 euro for a flight under 1,000 kilometers will benefit a biogas project in Nepal.
The Climate Alliance provides for 99 Euro the certificate of the climate-neutral citizen”on. Here, too, environmental protection projects offset total CO2 emissions. Among the international celebrities, there are already numerous pioneering. So Martin Hiden actively contributes as first footballer to voluntary climate protection. This emerges from a report by the online magazine. Therefore the national team players will to compensate in the future all CO2 emissions caused by car or train journeys, and air travel, investment in Austrian climate protection projects. And also businesses have recognized that commitment for environmental protection is an important criterion for an increasing number of customers and investors.
According to the Kyoto Protocol, a company produces then climate-neutral, if it creates a proper balance for the greenhouse gas emissions that occur during the manufacturing process. ClimatePartner with the business model provides climate-neutral printing”printers the opportunity to integrate the voluntary climate protection in its own business processes. The compensation payments will be invested directly in a hydroelectric power plant in Guatemala. Now more and more companies opt for climate-neutral printing. Pinsker print and media, with locations in Mainburg and Munich, added as one of the first printers in Germany in the last year its offering in the commercial printing with climate-neutral print products. Ingrid Amon-Tran, environmental expert at the Heidelberger Druckmaschinen AG, stressed that currently different methods when calculating the CO2 emissions are offered. They differ, for example, whether and with what emission factor paper as a key raw material included in the calculation. Therefore uniform standards in the printing industry for the calculation of emissions would be desirable in the future. “Regardless of this discussion we should not lose sight of, that any measure to reduce the energy consumption for the environment means a profit and cost savings”, sums up Amon-Tran. Heidelberger Druckmaschinen AG 2008 writes out the environmental eco printing award at this year’s drupa in Dusseldorf. On the international trade fair for the printing and media industry an independent jury will evaluate future-oriented individual solutions by printers. It includes representatives from the industry, as well as scientists from the Institute for energy and environmental research Heidelberg GmbH (IFEU) and representatives of environmental organizations. The environmental award want, we show that the image increases, make a commitment to the environment money helps and corresponding investments pay for themselves quickly. Heidelberg wants to promote eco commitment and support and make sure that print is green”, so Jurgen Rautert, Member of the Management Board at Heidelberg. Patrick Schroeder, Gunnar Sohn