Running your pub

Lack of trust: Jemima Withey fears inside theft after £21k stolen

Operator awarded £1 after manager stole £21k

By Georgina Townshend

A Suffolk publican has hit out after being awarded £1 from a former manager who admitted stealing more than £20,000 from the premises over the course of a few months.

Expert advice: beer sommelier Jane Peyton on how beer training for staff can benefits sales

Why it pays to educate your bar staff in beer

By Claire Churchard

Jane Peyton, beer writer and founder of the School of Booze, explains why educated bar staff can pave the way to higher profits for pubs and why paying more for quality beer is worth every penny. The Morning Advertiser caught up with her ahead of her...

Sport savvy: showing a multitude of sporting events can boost a pub’s profits, says MatchPint’s Dominic Collingwood

Who is today’s sports fan?

By Nikkie Sutton

Millennial customers are a promiscuous bunch, but pubs that show sport can capitalise on more than football.

New note, new checks: make sure your staff accept only genuine new £10 notes

Get your pub ready for the new £10 note

By Georgina Townshend

As with any business that handles cash, pubs will need to plan, prepare and train staff on key security features for the introduction of the brand new polymer £10 note, which will come into circulation tomorrow (14 September).