All news articles for October 2019

Increase the bottom line: new research reveals pub crawls are still a big hit with stag and hen parties

How do stags and hen dos benefit the trade?

By Alice Leader

A new survey has revealed pub crawls are a top way for stags and hens to see off their single status, with it being stag party’s number one choice of activity and second for hens.

A clear pathway: JDW offers current staff and new recruits career opportunities

JDW offers alternative to university

By Alice Leader

JD Wetherspoon (JDW) is sponsoring apprenticeships to boost the training and career opportunities for its existing staff as well as attract new team members.

Top tips for tips: new research reveals latest consumer dining habits

Southerners tip more than those in the north

By Alice Leader

A survey has revealed how generous diners are across the country and that staff with a friendly demeanour are more likely to convince consumers to bump up a tip.

Underage dilemma: alcohol-free beer could be a way of encouraging younger people to use pubs

Should pubs serve under-18s alcohol-free beer?

By Alice Leader

Every day, food and drinks such as a ripe banana or a slice of bread contain similar amounts of alcohol as an ‘alcohol-free’ beer, yet some operators do not permit sales of non-alcoholic drinks.

Fizzled out: parents are more likely to order water or low-sugar juice for their children over fizzy drinks, operators say

Parents shunning sodas for children at pub

By Emily Hawkins

Pub operators have responded to increased concern from parents over the sugary contents in their children’s drinks by adapting their menus.

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