MA500 Business Club

Upcoming: the next event will be held on 18 May in Liverpool

Exciting line-up for Liverpool MA500 unveiled

By Nikkie Sutton

A rundown of what to expect at the upcoming MA500 business club meeting on 18 May at the Camp and Furnace in Liverpool's Baltic Triangle has been announced.

Award-winning: Hill's NWTC won six awards at this year's Publican Awards

NWTC to grow southern portfolio as Reading Botanist confirmed

By Liam Coleman

The New World Trading Company (NWTC) has confirmed that its Reading site will open on 29 May, as company chief executive Chris Hill says he plans to announce more south-east and south-west sites “over the coming two months”.

Opportunity: Be At One operations director Andrew Stones reveals what the city has to offer

MA500 Member Profile: Andrew Stones on why Liverpool is a good bet

By Nikkie Sutton

After its inception in 1998, Be At One now has more than 30 bars across the country. After opening its Liverpool site just six months ago, operations director Andrew Stones outlines why operators should consider the thriving city and what it has to offer...

Coming up: the next MA500 meeting will be in Liverpool on 18 May

Music in pubs: playing to win

By Nikkie Sutton

Music maestro Ethan Allen will be giving delegates the benefits of his expertise in helping pubs tap into live music at the next MA500 meeting on 18 May in Liverpool. He shares some of his top tips ahead of the event. Nikkie Sutton reports. 

Fundraising: Some of the ACI Charity Leaders who helped raise the £21,000 total with more than £10,000 going to Macmillan

ACI raises more than £20,000 for local charities

By Georgina Townshend

Anglian Country Inns (ACI) has accomplished a year-long goal after deciding to “do something special” during its 20th birthday year - raise £20,000 for local charities across its seven outlets in Hertfordshire and Norfolk.

Crisis call: securing the rights of existing staff may avoid a labour shortage

Brexit: employers concerned as future of EU workers remains unclear

By Michelle Perrett

Article 50 will be triggered today and the official countdown to Britain leaving the EU will begin in earnest, but the detail that is worrying most who work in the pub trade is the crisis in waiting around the residency and working rights of foreign employees...