Name: Andrea Currie Company: Miller Hospitality Position: Training and development manger Role: Andrea will use her wealth of experience from many hospitality venues to assist clients in developing their business. Track record: Andrea has worked in some of Belfast’s foremost food and beverage establishments and overseas. She previously worked in Dubai for the Jumeirah Group as a successful front of house manager and then as director of events.
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