Monday, March 25, 2019
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A team approach pays off in capital

Operator and pub company have worked together on several Edinburgh units CO-OPERATION between tenant and pub company has been crucial for one Edinburgh operator in...
McGinty’s Meal An’ Ale, which opened earlier this year, worked with Nicoll Russell Studios.

Time is on your side for a refresh

Small changes can make a big difference, firms say

Time to tap into trade technology

The right EPOS system can help operators maximise profits

The Orangery yields fruit on Ayrshire coast

With stunning views of the Firth of Clyde, the new glass-fronted restaurant at Seamill Hydro makes the most of its location, as Gillian McKenzie...

SWA cautious about new Holyrood regime

The Scottish Wholesale Association has questioned whether the election of a new SNP majority administration at Holyrood will benefit the country’s wholesale and cash and carry sector. SWA president George Benson pondered the consequences of Scotland’s new political leadership as he welcomed delegates to the association’s annual conference in Perthshire last month.

Keep your social life above board

ACROSS all aspects of the drinks and hospitality industries social media has, in many cases, become the preferred way of reaching large sections of...

Worthy of attention

Hygiene is vital, washroom firms say THERE are a lot of things that can put a customer off a venue, but few so certainly as...

Resist the urge to cut costs in cellar

New drink drive limit might be hitting trade, but cutting corners could prove damaging THE new Scottish drink drive limit has already had a well-publicised...

New kings of Borders castle

A SCOTTISH Borders hotel is set to be revamped by new owners. Roy and Lorna Curry bought Castle Venlaw Hotel in Peebles for an undisclosed...

Hygiene is more than just skin deep

The importance of keeping premises clean shouldn’t be underestimated THERE are a lot of factors that go into running a successful licensed premises. But even...