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Try your best: there is a potential market during the Rugby World Cup

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Early morning Rugby World Cup – worth screening?

By Nicholas Robinson

With the Rugby World Cup taking place in Japan this year, the majority of matches will be televised early in the morning. What are the risks and opportunities for licensees?

The perfect match: according to a new report, pubs contribute £40m to grassroots sport

Pubs contribute £40m to grassroots sport

By Stuart Stone

A report examining the link between the on-trade and grassroots sport has revealed pubs contribute, on average, more than £1,000 each to nearby clubs each year.

Cost of sport: should pubs charge an entrance fee, or introduce a minimum spend, for customers watching live TV sport?

Should pubs charge customers to watch live sport?

By Stuart Stone

After a photo emerged on social media of a pub charging customers an entrance fee to watch televised sport – which entitled them to two drinks at the bar – The Morning Advertiser asked whether or not it was something that other operators would get on...

Let's dance: The Foundry's Mark Joseph explains that establishing a good reputation through sport has driven customers to other events at the pub such as discos

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Meet the GBPA best for sport finalists: The Foundry, Aberdeen, Scotland

By MA Editorial

Making its debut as a finalist in the ‘best for sport’ category at the 2019 Great British Pub Awards – and the category’s only representative from north of the border – why is sport is so important to The Foundry in Aberdeen?

Six of the best: finalists in the Best for Sport category at the 2019 Great British Pub Awards explain why sport is so important to their businesses

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How can showing sport boost your business?

By MA Editorial

We spoke to the six finalists in the ‘best for sport’ category at the 2019 Great British Pub Awards to find out how sport gives their business that winning feeling.

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