All news articles for September 2019

Variety of sports: people want to watch all types of sports fixtures

In association with Molson Coors, Diageo and Sky

Make your pub the perfect place to watch sport

By Stuart Stone

According to Ipsos MORI’s Out of Home Viewing Panel, 2.1m fans watch sport on TV in out of home venues such as pubs and bars at least once a week. But how can operators upgrade their venue to cash in?

High street closures: Research by PricewaterhouseCoopers found that, on average, a high street store closed its doors for good every 90 minutes in the first half of 2019

Spotlight

How to future-proof the high street pub?

By Stuart Stone

With a swathe of new data revealing the extent to which our town centres are changing, we ask in what way, shape or form can the high street pub survive?

River safety: pubs are encouraged to sign up to training to help people who get into trouble in rivers around York (image: RNLI/Nathan Williams)

Pubs offered river rescue training

By Emily Hawkins

Staff at riverside pubs will be trained on how to rescue drinkers who experience trouble in the waters around York.

Cocktail craze: pubgoers want visually appealing drinks but are tending towards simpler serves, Pontoon’s Simon Weston said

Drinkers seeking ‘purist’ cocktails

By Emily Hawkins

Simple serves will be the next big trend within the cocktail category out-of-home, according to the director of a pre-batch cocktail company.

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