More than half (58%) of operators expect overall costs to further increase this year with 98% having reported cashflow concerns, a new survey by international business payments firm, Equals Money, has revealed.
With finances facing an ever-growing squeeze and debts coming home to roost next month, the Lock In team take a look at what pub operators should be thinking about when it comes to managing cash flow, dealing with debt, handling the current utilities...
Even in the throes of a global pandemic, maintaining a stellar pub cellar is far from small beer, especially with potentially lower product throughput. The Morning Advertiser looks at how Covid-19 has shifted demand downstairs.
As pubs and bars reopened in England on ‘Super Saturday’ and eager patrons enjoyed a pint, little thought was given to the hard work that went on behind the scenes by Innserve technicians and customer services team to ensure everything flowed smoothly.
The presence of the Red Tractor logo is a mark of quality and of safety – in fact, many people will trade up if they see the hallmark. And, in these times, offering security means a lot to your potential customers.
Serving the best possible drinks is vital in keeping customers coming back – get it wrong and you can kiss those drinkers goodbye. But if you can keep your cellar in mint condition, you could make a real name for yourself
In celebration of the great British pub, The Morning Advertiser (MA) has commissioned Heath Ball, Pub of the Year winner at the Great British Pub Awards 2018, to edit the current issue of the magazine – which is out this week.
According to figures from luxury hospitality recruitment company The Change Group, the average salary of female hospitality staff has increased at a faster rate than male counterparts to narrow the sector’s gender pay gap.
According to statistics revealed by Chris Porter, chief executive of drinks industry charity The Benevolent at Craft Beer Rising 2019, only 46% of staff describe themselves as being ‘on top of their mental health’.
Safety issues are not only vital in keeping your customers out of harm’s way, they must be controlled so you retain your licence and stay out of legal trouble. Here, we look at how CCTV is crucial in general, and also at countering drugs and terrorism...