February, 2014 | Scottish Licensed Trade News

Scottish Licensed Trade News

Trade digs deep for the Ben

THE trade dug deep at this year’s Ben Dinner to raise around £90,000 for the charity. More than 960 guests from across Scotland’s licensed trade and …

Scholars awarded at HIT conference

Raymond Blanc keynote speaker at Emerging Talent event in Glasgow By Dave Hunter SUCCESS in the hospitality industry was the hot topic when renowned chef …

System targets genuine reviews

Operator will know which diner has submitted comments THE Glasgow-based firm behind an online restaurant reservation service has launched a new website it says …

No consensus on new fees regime

The current licence fees regime “could be improved” – but group set up to review system fails to reach

Visitor numbers up in the islands

Tourism injects £100 million into economies, survey finds SCOTLAND’s northern islands are welcoming more visitors than ever before, according to a recent …

Cider category is a jack of all trades

Diverse sector appeals to a wide range of consumers, say drinks firms THE cider category has taken the trade by storm over the past few years. Where once there …

Wholesalers gear up for the Games

Firms are preparing for what looks set to be a busy summer of trading BIG events can often result in travel delays and tailbacks – and with Glasgow hosting …

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