July, 2012 | Scottish Licensed Trade News

Scottish Licensed Trade News

On your marks for an Olympian summer

The London Games, which open tomorrow, offer a great opportunity to boost trade, says CCE Scotland boss Alan Halliday WE’VE seen the stunning reception given …

Inver House rides the whisky wave

Airdrie-based distiller sees profits rise as core brands drive growth INVER House Distillers rode on the coat-tails of the continuing whisky export boom as it …

Concern remains over bank lending

A MOVE to unblock the faltering flow of credit from banks to small businesses has received a cautious welcome. Colin Borland, head of external affairs at the …

Time not right for beer duty strips, industry says

TENNENT’S brewer C&C Group has joined a chorus of industry voices questioning plans to introduce duty stamps on bottles and cans of beer. Dublin-based …

Bruichladdich agrees terms with Rémy

THE UK subsidiary of Rémy Cointreau is close to concluding a £58 million acquisition of the Bruichladdich distillery. The Cognac house has agreed a deal to …

GK revamps lease deals

BELHAVEN owner Greene King will next month launch a new range of lease and tenancy deals in a bid to ensure it attracts and retains the best talent to run its …

Are you cookie compliant?

Licensed venues with an online presence should make sure they comply with new European regulations, writes solicitor Claire McCracken IF your business operates …

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