For the catering and hospitality industry it can feel like coronavirus is all doom and gloom, but we have seen some really positive things happening. Granted, we are in a similar situation as you. We are independent stocktakers for the catering and hospitality industry. Work has, understandably, stopped for us too.
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 […]
We are pleased to announce that we have teamed up with Flagship Training to bring you Industry Specific On-Line Training Courses. By being online you do not have the time and travelling costs of going to a training centre. You also do not need to get a group together as you would if you ran […]
Monday 24/4/17 Propelinfo.com – Starbucks’ first global franchisee expands with drive-thru site: 23.5 Degrees, Starbucks’ first franchisee globally, has expanded by opening a drive-thru store near Huntingdon. A total of 25 jobs have been created at the store at the newly extended Brampton Hut services on the A1/A14 Interchange, which will be the first drive- […]
Monday 10/4/17 Morningadvertiser.co.uk – Old chicken and a bloody, greasy fridge land pub with £7,000 bill By Nikkie Sutton, 10-Apr-2017 A Hertfordshire licensee has been ordered to pay more than £7,000 after it was found serving chicken breasts two days out-of-date to customers.
Monday 27/3/17 Bighospitality.co.uk – Trawling for seafood leaders: Restaurants should lead on fish sustainability By Tony Naylor, 27-Mar-2017 Consumer education could take a generation. It is high time that restaurants led with real vigour on seafood sustainability, writes Tony Naylor Read More
Monday 20/3/17 Propelinfo.com – Fever Bars relaunches Lincoln nightclub at former Lola Lo site: Fever Bars, led by managing director Mark Shorting, has relaunched a Lincoln nightclub at a former Lola Lo site it acquired from Eclectic Bars in November. Following a £250,000 refurbishment, the twin-themed basement club in High Street offers two separate areas […]
Monday 13/3/17 Morningadvertiser.co.uk – Chancellor’s £1,000 rates discount will ‘save 25% of pubs’ By Claire Churchard, 13-Mar-2017 The £1,000 business rates discount, unveiled by the Chancellor of the Exchequer last week, could be the difference between survival and closing down for 25% of small independent pubs, according to a snap poll of 100 sites. Read […]
Monday 6/3/17 Morningadvertiser.co.uk – Stocking rights clarification for MRO tenants By Liam Coleman, 06-Mar-2017 The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) has confirmed that stocking rights can be imposed on tenants by pubcos, even if the tenant has taken on the market-rent-only (MRO) option. Read More