New World Trading

Winners: NWTC scooped six awards

NWTC sweeps board at Publican Awards

By Ed Bedington

The New World Trading Company (NWTC) swept the board across six categories to dominate the prestigious Publican Awards.

Rise to the top: how Whitby rose up the ranks

In association with Diageo

The diffident bar champion

By Nicholas Robinson

He may have experienced a meteoric rise up the ranks at the New World Trading Company, and he may be in great demand as a cocktail expert, including an appearance on TV, but Nick Whitby is still truly a modest bloke, with his feet firmly on the bar-room...

New World Trading Company Tribes employee app

People Development

NWTC launches Tribes employee engagement initiative

By James Wallin

The New World Trading Company is launching an innovative employee initiative which sees staff across the UK split into six ‘tribes’ competing against each other.

Publican Awards 2016: Best pub employer (2-50 sites)

Publican Awards 2016: Best pub employer (2-50 sites)

By Ben Winstanley

The New World Trading Company has taken home the gong for Best Pub Employer (2-50 sites), sponsored by Sky, at the 25th anniversary of the Publican Awards, held at Battersea Evolution in London.

Potential for 'hundreds' of Botanist sites

New World Trading Company

Potential for 'hundreds' of Botanist sites

By M&C Allegra

Chris Hill, the managing director of New World Trading Company, has told PMA sister title M&C there is potential for “hundreds” of sites under the company’s Botanist brand.

New world order


New world order

By Emily Sutherland

The New World Trading Company is putting interesting drinks at the forefront of its offer as the nine-strong group marches into the UK’s city centres. Liquor sales account for 66% of the group’s sales, and Botanist’s Newcastle branch has sold a cocktail...

MA300 pubs

MA300: Gusto and New World look to London

By John Harrington

Tim Bacon has set out his expansion plans for the Living Ventures-led Gusto brand and the recently renamed New World Trading Company, his pub-led venture backed by the Hill Capital Partners Food & Beverage Fund.