Multiple operators

MA300 club rebrands as PMA500

By PMA

- Last updated on GMT

The Publican’s Morning Advertiser is delighted to announce the relaunch of its MA300 multiple operators club as the PMA500.

With membership now over the 500 mark, the club, which is open to operators with two or more sites, continues to go from strength to strength.

Ed Bedington, editor of the PMA, said: “We’re continuing to innovate and grow the club to maintain our position as the leading provider of events that offer insight, innovation and great networking opportunities for our members.

“The growth of the club is testament to how the multiple operator sector is rapidly expanding and we’re evolving our offer to keep pace with that dynamic market place.”

The PMA500 offer opportunities for members to gather three times a year to share best practice, knowledge and insight to help them grow their operations further.

With some of the UK’s leading operators taking an active part in the club, the PMA will continue to help provide a platform for members to improve their businesses even further.

Bedington added: “The club was originally founded as the MA100 in 2008​ and over the last eight years has steadily grown to reflect the changing environment​ and aid that sector’s growth.

“We’re now repositioning the club to focus on the future needs of those operators, to continue to help fuel growth to ensure they continue to thrive in the years ahead.”

The club is meeting in Nottingham today (27 January) and as well as taking in some of the exciting and interesting operations throughout the town, topics under discussion will include the New Living Wage and how operators will need to adapt their business to the new market conditions.

For further coverage of the PMA500, please see the special content channel on our website​.

Related topics: MA500 Business Club

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