October, 2018 | Scottish Licensed Trade News

Scottish Licensed Trade News

Painting the town blue for International Gin and Tonic Day

Bombay Sapphire is launching a limited run of new gin and tonic serves enhanced by flavoured, edible paint …

Why your business can’t afford to ignore rising energy costs…

At Save On My Power, we recognise that volatility and rising wholesale costs in the energy market are of concern, especially when operating a business in the …

Team effort for licensing lawyers

Approachable, bold, connected: Pinsent Masons has over 60 years’ experience supporting Scottish operators …

Super service over every level of your business

Craig Stevenson of Stannah in Scotland looks at how lifts can help your business run smoothly …

Trade urged to “act now” on training

The Scottish Government has urged licensees whose personal licences were issued on or before September 1, 2009 to “act now” in order to renew their …

Don’t neglect the list’s softer side

A well-served quality soft drinks range has never been more important to nation’s on-trade …

U-turn needed on immigration plans

Concerns over UK Government attempt to curb net migration …

Ben campaign hits the road

Mental health awareness initiative to tour towns and cities …

Buzzworks’ maiden voyage to east coast

Scotts drops anchor in Port Edgar Marina, South Queensferry. Jack Walsh reports …

Tourist tax would harm economy

Claims levy would cost millions as consultation looms …

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