Other operators

Regional growth: (l-r) managing director William Lees-Jones, general manager Neil Gorman and chairman Richard Lees-Jones

JW Lees continues its north-west expansion

By Emily Hawkins

Manchester-based brewery JW Lees has continued its expansion in the north-west with the acquisition of a Cheshire coaching inn to its portfolio.

International Women's Day: PR & Marketing

International Women's Day

The women at the top of on-trade PR and marketing

By Stuart Stone

Those in PR and marketing know everything about the businesses they support. The people who head a company's PR departments or own their own businesses are in enviable positions. Here six women at the top of the on-trade PR game tell their stories.

International Women's Day: Business leaders, in association with Plan B

International Women’s Day

The women who lead in the on-trade

By Nicholas Robinson

There are too few women at the top level in business across the world and the UK. While pubs and bars can't escape that fact either, here we tell the stories of nine women at the top in the on-trade.

Left to right: Anna Clissold (Admiral Taverns), Carl Milward, Debbie Milward (licensees) and Wayne Billyeald (Admiral Taverns)

Admiral spends £320,000 to reopen community pub

By Nicholas Robinson

Pub operator Admiral Taverns has pumped more than a quarter of a million pounds into the 18th century pub the Borough Arms, allowing the newly refurbished pub to reopen.

Outlook positive: Shepherd Neame sees its managed pubs as the principal area of investment and growth

Loss of brew contracts offset by managed growth at Shepherd Neame

By Stuart Stone

Shepherd Neame's latest interim results have revealed that while its managed pub division accounts for almost half of group revenue, the cancellation of contracts with Lidl and Asahi have seen its brewed beer volume shrink by almost a third.