It’s becoming even clearer that these proposals are poorly thought out – and at least some of the restrictions under contemplation may be simply unenforceable.
According to Lennoxtown-based business accountant Julie Campbell, using free social media to promote a hospitality offering can be surprisingly impactful on the bottom line, while funding for local advertising and marketing is often available via Business Gateway.
Urgent action is needed from both governments to protect the hospitality sector amid economic crisis, writes Colin Wilkinson, managing director of SLTA.
The much hoped for recovery still seems a long way away, writes Leon Thompson of UK Hospitality Scotland.
Recent reports have highlighted the recruitment difficulties being faced by the hospitality sector in Scotland, writes immigration lawyer Ashley Fleming.
Recent council motions may be well meaning but they are at odds with licensing, writes Stephen McGowan of TLT.
The Scottish Government consultation into calorie content rules has raised several concerns from the industry, writes lawyer Liam McMonagle.
Development opportunities help recruit and retain staff, says Star Pubs & Bars’ head of training
Changes on food policy are coming, so it’s more important than ever that the industry works together, writes Leon Thompson of UK Hospitality Scotland.
Ministers' attitudes towards late-night venues betrays a lack of understanding, writes Stephen McGowan.