From mask wearers at the same table chatting by text to a hunger for independent venues, The Morning Advertiser sifts through new insight to see what behaviour operators have picked up on since lockdown.
Yes that’s right, from bombs to beer. As it turns out, Budweiser Brewing Group’s (BBG) recently appointed on-trade sales director for the UK and Ireland Ryan Fritsch has an extensive background in bomb defusal, a skill he’s hopefully unlikely to need...
The number of hospitality and tourism companies going bust slumped to the lowest levels for almost 10 years during lockdown, despite having little or no trade during the closure period, new analysis has found.
Hospitality businesses near the capital’s employment hubs have been hit for more than £2bn by lost lunches and abandoned after-work drinks due to the Covid-19 pandemic, according to the Centre for Economics and Business Research (Cebr).
The British Beer & Pub Association (BBPA) has backed calls from the Local Government Association (LGA) to ringfence £1bn in grant funding that would otherwise be clawed back by the Government to help pubs affected by lockdown.