19 May 2022

Can pubs be better employers?

With staffing challenges continuing to cause headaches for pub operators, the Lock In team tackle some of the issues that are causing the sector problems and […]
19 May 2022

Jubilee weekend could provide £105m boost for sector

The upcoming Platinum Jubilee bank holiday weekend could result in an estimated 90m pints sold, providing a Â105m boost for hospitality businesses, according to the British […]
18 May 2022

Gov urged to slash VAT rates as inflation hits 40-year high

Big players in the hospitality sector urged Government to slash VAT rates and provide financial help as inflation hits a 40 year high of 9%.
18 May 2022

Don’t get into a royal mess with your neighbours

The licensed trade has recently received a very welcome double boost in the form of licensing law.
18 May 2022

NTIA brings night-time advisors campaign to Brighton

The Night-Time Industries Association (NTIA) has planned to bring its campaign to establish a Night-Time Economy (NTE) Advisors in every major city in the UK to […]
18 May 2022

UK food & bev M&A deal value plummets by 85%

The UK food and beverage sectorâs mergers and acquisition deal value dropped by 85% in January to April, as Oghma Partners forecasts challenges ahead.
18 May 2022

Small businesses at ‘breaking point’ due to ‘crippling’ inflation rates

Simply Business has urged for long-lasting Government help for small businesses, with one in six believing they would never recover from the pandemic, with âcripplingâ inflation […]
17 May 2022

Tin of Sardines to open third site

Tin of Sardines, which made headlines when it opened the worldâs smallest gin bar in Durham, is set to open a third site, on Sunderlandâs sea […]
17 May 2022

Pubs report flat sales in April

Britainâs leading managed pub, bar and restaurant groups recorded like-for-like sales growth of 2% in April 2022, the latest Coffer CGA Business Tracker has revealed.
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