Meet the finalists: Best Tenanted/Leased Pub Company (up to 500 sites)

By The Morning Advertiser

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Group details: we’ve delved into each of the category finalists
Group details: we’ve delved into each of the category finalists

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The tenanted and leased sector continues to evolve and the family brewers are not resting on their laurels. Three strong finalists in this category represent the best in the business and are delivering real innovation and powering their partners to succeed.

Marston’s Venture division

Having gone through considerable restructuring and change Marston’s is now firmly focused on its pub operations from its impressive new headquarters in Wolverhampton.

Innovation is at the core of its Venture division as it looks to forge a new future in the pub sector. One of the ways it’s looking to achieve this is through the introduction of its new Pillar turnover concept, giving operators what it says is a more rewarding way to run their sites and make more money.

A strong grip on delivering solid relationships and excellent results is helping to drive this business forward into a new era.

Wells & Co

With the development of its new brewery operation, Brewpoint, on the outskirts of Bedford this is another business that is looking to forge a bright new future for itself.

Wells & Co is an impressive operation that is moving away from its traditional family brewer image, offering a great range of new brews, and launching innovative new initiatives such as it’s sales share agreement, which gives operators the chance to take on a franchise-style operation which gives them a percentage share of the sales, while Wells & Co cover the costs of utilities and Sky.

This is a company that is evolving and working hard to forge exceptionally strong relationships with its operators to help take its pubs to the next level.

Fuller, Smith & Turner

Another family brewer that is refusing to stand still, Fullers, Smith & Turner is working hard to empower its operators with the skills and tools they need to achieve success.

Considerable support is on offer to all tenants, and the company continues to invest into its internal BDM resources to give operators the chance to get as much as possible from the business.

A focus on ensuring that all pubs, at all levels, are given the chance to succeed is great to see within this business and there is a strong focus on building strong relationships through being transparent and working in partnership with tenants.

All of which is delivering impressive results both for the overall company and those operating pubs within the business.

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