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Pubcos insist future can be bright for tie

Lease and tenancy operators say they’re working hard to make pub careers more attractive. Scott Wright reports IT’S often said that with problems come …

Waverley poised for future growth

Internal changes provide platform for wholesaler to lead consolidation WAVERLEYTBS is well placed to play a leading role in any further consolidation of the UK …

Pressure continues to mount on trade

Police and health lobby increasingly intervening in alcohol policy AS the fumes cleared in the wake of the smoking ban a few years back, it became clear that …

Why it pays to shop around

Quality, value for money and support are key priorities for operators in wine purchase decisions SOURCING wine for a bar, restaurant or hotel is a tricky …

Ashoka operator gets a taste for Italy

Nasreen Aksi tells Gillian McKenzie why she couldn’t resist a new culinary challenge TO say Nasreen Aksi hit the ground running when she took on her latest …

Let’s hope legal battle is swift

THE inevitable finally became reality in the Scottish drinks trade last week. It came when it was confirmed that the Scottish Government’s plans for a …

Ayr operator in pole position

Robertson gets adult entertainment nod at sixth time of asking PERSISTENCE paid off for Forbes Robertson recently when he was finally granted the right to …

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