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Waste reduction: Pete Rayner (left), Nick Burns (middle) and Clare Clark (right) discuss how pubs can reduce their waste footprint

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How can your pub cut back on waste?

By Stuart Stone

Businesses are under increasing pressure to cut back on waste and recycle more. Nick Burns from Robinsons Brewery, Clare Clark from the Roebuck in central London, and Pete Rayner of Waste and Resources Action Programme (WRAP) look at the options for pubs...

Agent of change: Steve Burnett from Poppleston Allen addresses noise complaints at the MA500 conference in Sheffield

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How can your pub handle neighbours from hell?

By Stuart Stone

Steve Burnett from specialist licensing solicitors Poppleston Allen discusses the introduction of the agent-of-change principle and how it can help pubs hush hellish neighbours.

Star site: the NWTC boss Chris Hill sees Sheffield as a vibrant place that is full of character and energy (image credit) thinkstock.co.uk/tupungato)

The MA500 crowd is coming to Sheffield

By Nikkie Sutton

Multi-award-winning business The New World Trading Company opened one of its Botanist sites under two years ago in Sheffield – where the MA500 meets in September – and chief executive Chris Hill reveals the peaks and troughs of operating in the city.

Going multiple: Cambscuisine now has nine sites in its portfolio

The lowdown on Cambscuisine

By Nikkie Sutton

Crowdfunding to expand one of its brands, multiple operator Cambscuisine highlights the changing market and how to stay afloat in Cambridge.

Feedback is key: communication was the top response when young people were asked what they value from a manager

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Lazy Gen Z stereotypes ‘not backed by research’

By Claire Churchard

The popular stereotype that young people are lazy and narcissistic is not backed up by research, according to Josephine Hansom, director at YouthSight, speaking at MA500 in Cardiff.