Friday, August 14, 2020
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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...

New look for La Bonne Auberge

GLASGOW brasserie La Bonne Auberge has undergone major refurbishment ahead of the festive season. The six-figure project has created what is described as a “classic...
Mountblow Bar

Breath of fresh air for Clydebank bar

A pub in the Dalmuir area of Clydebank recently reopened its doors following an £80,000 refurbishment by Iona Pub Partnership.

Trade planning underway for big Euro 2012 kick-off

Operators are taking steps to turn the big games in Poland and the Ukraine into commercial success, finds Scott Wright THE anticipation is building as...

Talking all things tech

Busby Hotel deputy manager Kyle Smith discusses the benefits of EPOS.
• iPos inventors Robin Knox (left) and Paul Walton (right) with Meadow bar owner Christian White.

Payment system dots the i’s

New point of sale app designed to help operators track sales and stock A FORMER nightclub manager and an engineering student have launched a point...
Largs seafront

Is your business fully covered?

Operators must guard against the unexpected, say commercial insurance firms

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...

McCoy’s aims to woo rugby fans with trip offer

MCCOY’S has its sights set on rugby fans this autumn with the launch of a new promotion. The Rugby Road Trips promotion gives consumers the...

‘Vapers’ can be a breath of fresh air

Welcoming e-cigarette users into licensed premises can benefit trade, firms say Of all the challenges encountered by the Scottish trade in recent years, the smoking...