Pubs using tech solutions to tackle challenges posed by social distancing in reopened sites need to get tough on new partners to avoid ‘nasty’ shocks further down the line, according to Prask Sutton of Wi5 Technologies
With uncertainty in the air around how and when pubs are likely to be allowed to open and under what rules, one thing is definitely certain - technology will play a huge part in kick-starting the return to business.
With publicans unable to speak to customers directly during the Covid-19 shutdown, digital experts from Molson Coors and communications agency Jam outline why it’s important for pubs to be on the same social media page.
The growth of 5G networks – offering mobile internet speeds 10 to 20 times faster than previous generations – in rural areas can provide a wealth of opportunities for pubs according to Long Live the Local’s programme director David Cunningham.
Hospitality tech firm Fourth, a company that provides outlets with workforce management and cost-control software, has merged with a US partner to become what is claimed to be the world’s largest provider of end-to-end hospitality management systems....
There are around 20,000 fewer pubs in the UK than there were 30 years ago. This must be seen as an opportunity to make the most of fewer rivals. However, you still have to fight for every pound so take heed of these tips and make life a little easier.
The trade has come a long way in the 225 years since The Morning Advertiser was first printed, and technology has pushed the pub sector further forward in many aspects. Here we look at the key developments