Tribe Puts Their Thinking CAP On

Tribe Hospitality Group Galway have teamed up with CAP (Communication Awareness Programme) to design and launch a communication friendly menu. The company which operates in 7 locations around the city, has created this menu for individuals who find tasks such as ordering a sandwich or a coffee difficult.

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The communication friendly menus are available at selected locations around the city including Saol Cafe, Mr Waffle and Ground and Co in Salthill. Niamh Gallagher of Tribe Hospitality Group states quite simply, “The way we see it is, everyone has the right to order what they want.” All staff will get trained once a year to comply with the programme designed by CAP.

“We are also working with Galway Autism Partnership and they are coming into Ground & Co, Salthill to train the staff this coming Monday, the 17th” explained Niamh. Tribe have been working with CAP since 2018 and employ over 100 people in Galway. Its eateries and cafes are a firm part of Galway life. The success of the company however is down to more than just hospitality. The investment in staff and a clear career progression plan has seen the company grow by 70% in the last 3 years.

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In 2019 Tribe Hospitality Group achieved a quality mark, signifying it’s high standard of service and trust. The All-Star winning team at Tribe Hospitality Group is made up of Mr Waffle, Ground + Co, Baby Ground + Co, Delight, Saol Café and The Galway Plate. This combined group was awarded the coveted All-Ireland Business All-Star accreditation.

To find out more, pop in store or follow Saol Cafe, Mr Waffle and Ground and Co Salthill online.