If handled well, rising prices allow hospitality businesses to better serve their customers, whilst focusing fully on customer service. A small marginal increase in prices, will mean that in order to have the same level of takings, or income, you do not need to serve as many customers, and therefore are likely to be able […]
I think we can all agree that the local pub is missed. Especially with the warmer weather we have been experiencing recently. The local beer garden would be a welcome treat on those sunny and warm evening. Right now however, it’s not meant to be. The local pub is a place of friendship, happiness and […]
With the recent lock down in the UK, thousands of pubs and restaurants are at risk of collapse. The latest research shows that insolvencies in the sector had spiked before the outbreak and these establishments now look to be more at risk of closure than ever before. There was a jump of 10% last year […]
Today I want to talk to you about how hospitality businesses can pivot and thrive during the present coronavirus pandemic. HOSPITALITY HIT HARDEST There was no doubt that this has been a very difficult time for the hospitality industry in the UK. For about a fortnight before we actually closed down, we were closed down on […]
Smart phones and mobile devices are a really great way for keeping in touch with employees, for scanning customer discount codes and more. However, they can also be a problem. Are they making your employees less productive? Mobile phones can be a huge workplace distraction for many employees. When you realise how much time employees […]
Here at Sterling Stock Auditors we have a strong background and a lot of experience in the catering business. We know how busy restaurant owners are and how full-on their days can be. This is why we have put together some top time saving hacks for running a restaurant.
While it may sound easy, one of the hardest parts of running a bar is getting the wet stock organised! If your wet stock is messy or disorganised this is a red flag for any hospitality business and a sure-fire sign that things are not as organised as they need to be.