Rebuilding the Pub Sector

Hospitality Week: experts will offer business insight in a series of online events

William Reed launches Hospitality Week

By MA Editorial

As part of William Reed Business Media’s commitment to connect the industry we are delighted to host Hospitality Week, a new and exciting digital experience offering insight, inspiration and learning.

Respect guidance: more than half (51%) of Generation Z – those aged between 18 and 24 years old – have visited a pub or bar at least once since sites reopened on 4 July

‘Generation congregate’ warned not to feel invincible

By Stuart Stone

While new Portman Group data has found that 18 to 24-year olds are most likely to have returned to pubs since lockdown, a World Health Organisation (WHO) official has warned them not to feel ‘invincible’.

Pubs leading the way: pubs have been more likely to reopen than restaurant businesses, according to data from CGA

Pub reopenings outstrip restaurants

By Emily Hawkins

Pubs are leading the way in hospitality sector reopenings despite only two thirds of licensed premises resuming trade before the end of July.

Slide: confidence in business future has dipped

Hospitality business confidence slides in just a week

By Nicholas Robinson

Pub and other hospitality operators have said confidence in the future of their businesses is not as strong compared with a week ago, according to the results of the latest Hospitality Leaders poll by Lumina.

Keep fighting: Martyn Cozens, UK on-trade sales director, Molson Coors Beverage Company shares his thoughts on how the sector must work together to recover

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Starting out on the road to recovery

By Martyn Cozens, UK on-trade sales director, Molson Coors Beverage Company

After what feels like a very long three months, our pubs and bars up and down the country have thrown open their doors and welcomed back people who have been dreaming about that long-overdue fresh pint of draught beer or cider.

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