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Winning with the water bill

Competition among suppliers could mean savings for pubs Since April 1, 2008, Scottish businesses, public sector, charitable and not-for-profit organisations have been able to choose which...

Dining out at the Douglas Arms

Recent refurbishment adds another string to this Banchory hotel’s bow A CAREER in the licensed trade has seen Douglas Arms Hotel owner Steven Ross travel a...

Time for trade to show its Christmas spirit

IT’S all very well holding a raft of premium spirits – but do your customers know what you stock and how each spirit can...

Is your festive stock covered?

It’s vital operators make sure they are fully insured ahead of Christmas, firms say The mistletoe is up, the drinks and food menus are in...

Pub quiz roll-out is music to firm’s ears

TECHNOLOGY firm Startle is set to roll out BBC Radio 2’s PopMaster music quiz to pubs after signing an agreement with the broadcaster.

Tidy pubs clean up

Well-trained staff and a clear schedule is a must for on-trade success, firms say

A house that’s fit for royalty

Multi-million pound refurbishment has transformed historic hotel

Operators split on future prospects

THE hospitality industry remains split over business prospects in 2012, new research has suggested. A survey carried out by consultant Baker Tilly found that...

Trade mustn’t miss a technology trick

Comprehensive systems can improve efficiency and profits RISING costs remain a concern for many operators in the Scottish trade. From increases in payroll and the price...
A commercial kitchen

Modern kitchens need to sparkle

Consumers are more aware of hygiene standards in venues than they’ve ever been

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