All news articles for April 2019

Snap decisions: What should you keep in mind when posting images of customers?

Can you post images of customers on social media?

By Emily Hawkins

You want potential customers to see images of a bustling venue with happy faces when they look up your website or go to your social media page. But is there a risk in posting images of punters?

Quids in: a pub is serving a Sunday roast for less than the price of a packet of pork scratchings

Is this the cheapest Sunday lunch in Britain?

By Robert Mann

With pub roast dinners in Britain generally costing between £10 and £20 – one pub appears to be bucking the trend after claims it sells the ‘cheapest Sunday lunch in England’.

Punk rockers: James Watt (far left) and Martin Dickie (above left) invited about 15,000 investors to BrewDog’s annual AGM

Big interview

'We live and die by what’s in the glass'

By Stuart Stone

Martin Dickie and James Watt, founders of BrewDog – the brand that has plenty of bite to match its infamous bark – talked about how business is booming at the company AGM in Aberdeen

Legal advice: licensing solicitors Poppleston Allen lays down the law

Podcast

The Legal Surgery Podcast

By Ed Bedington

Running a pub can prove to be something of a legal minefield for all operators, but fear not! The Morning Advertiser has teamed up with legal experts Poppleston Allen to bring you a brand new podcast to answer your legal issues.