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How much could staff training save pubs during second lockdown?

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How much could upskilling bar staff during lockdown boost pub profits?

By The Morning Advertiser

While skipping keg day and ignoring pour form can leave profits languishing in drip trays, a renewed focus on staff training while venues are closed can help publicans boost their bottom line at a time when it matters most.

Should I serve cocktails when reopening after lockdown?

Post-lockdown profits hidden in cocktails

By Nicholas Robinson

It was the rising star of the on-trade outside of specialist bars, yet cocktails in pubs understandably took a bashing during and after the first coronavirus lockdown. But forget the category at your peril, because the money generated by cocktails prior...

What’s in the news 6 November?

Grave concerns about Government strategy

By Ed Bedington

The Morning Advertiser’s Ed Bedington spoke to Top 50 Gastropub operator, Brendan Padfield of the Unruly Pig, in Bromeswell, Suffolk, to get his views on the big stories of the past week.

Are pubs serving takeaways eligible for business grants in second lockdown?

Pubs operating takeaways are eligible for grants

By Nikkie Thatcher

Hospitality businesses serving takeaways are able to claim the business grants as their main mode of business has been banned, The Morning Advertiser (MA) has learnt.

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